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Sticcessors to WMITNJEY & WOKCESTEKS, 

-DEALERS IN 




FURNITURE, 

CARPETINGS AND UPHOLSTERY GOODS, 

SHADES, DRAPERIES, &c, 
3\ H. ROBINSON cfc OO., 

Formerly GREGORY & ROBINSON. 

IMPORTERS, JOBBERS, and RETAILERS. 

FRENCH AND AMERICAN 

»&»£& SAif«iff? 



9 

40ff WASHINGTON STREETj 

BOSTON. 



John H. Robinson, 
Charles H. Whitmarsh 
Charles "W. Robinson. 



Cambridge Granite Polishing Works, 

CAMBRIDGE, MASS. 



SCORGIEj WIGHT Sr CO.j 



EXECUTE ALL KINDS OF 



POLISHED GRANITE WORK, 

Monuments, Sarcophagus, Columns, Founts, and 

Vases. Also, Curbing, and all kinds of 

Cemetery Work. 

258 MT. AUBURN ST., CAMBRIDGE, MASS. 




CHARLES 0. PRATT & CO., 

Tin Plate and Sheet Iron 



WO fLXSZXSfCS, 

And dealers in 

COOK and PARLOR STOVES, 

STOVE LININGS, &c. 

Stoves and Manges of all kinds 
repaired in the best manner at the 
shortest notice. Orders solicited and 
promptly attended to. 

226 Cambridge St., E. Cambridge. 




MANUFACTURER OF 



PliLil SilT 



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127 Gross Street, BOSTON. 

Corner of North Street. 

jiyOrders by mail promptly attended to. 

CENTER HOUSE, 

ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN. 
84 & 86 Friend Street, Junct. Washington, 

Near Hanover Street, . . BOSTON. 

G. H. TIBBETTS, .... Proprietor. 



Newly Furnished Rooms at 75 cents and $1.00 per day. 



ALBERT P. 6REENLEAF, 




Plastering. 



LICENSED DRAIN LAYER. 

JOBBING OF ALL KINDS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 

Order Box, 509 Main St., and 6 Douglass, 

CAMBRIDGEPORT. 

MOSES FAIRBANKS & CO., 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

Belfast Ginger Ale 

SODA, MINERAL WATER, 

SYRUPS, AND TONIC BEER. 

Also, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 

Ale, Porter, Cider, and Lager Beer, 

In Bottles, Bbls., Half-Bbls., and Kegs, for Family Use. 



General Agents for the Celebrated Vienna Lager Beer, in Kegs, Bottles, &c. 

Howard Athenaeum Building, 

HOWARD STREET, 
BOSTONj - - MASS. 




MOSES FAIRBANKS, 



LEVI FAIRBANKS, 



OTIS S. NEALE. 




3L £^L w 7 ^5 

NTENNIAL. 

This superb furnace will show the 
greatest improvements yet made in 
wrought or plate-iron furnaces, in- 
cluding Chilson's Anti-Clinker 
Grate, decidedly the best plan ever 
seen for removing clinkers and keep- 
ing a continuous fire, ensures a large 
saving in fuel, and simplifies and les- 
sens the work of attending the fur- 
nace. It has my Sifting Grate, which 
moves on rollers and dumps. It 
will show at a glance the most beau- 
tiful mechanical style and superior 
workmanship ever seen in a 
wrought-iron furnace. The wrought 
iron I have made to order of the best 
quality of stock. They are war- 
ranted gas-tight. Forty years of 
thorough practical and mechanical 
experience in the invention and 
manufacturing of furnaces in their 
various forms of wrought and cast 
iron, enables me to know how a fur- 
nace should be made to accomplish 
the best results, give the purchaser 
perfect satisfaction, and save the 
money which is frequently worse 
than thrown away on furnaces got 
up by those having no mechanical 
skill or practical knowledge of the 
business. Sizes suited to all classes 
of buildings, set either in brick-work or portables in double sheet-iron casings. 

MY ENTIRELY NEW 

AND 





No housekeeper in want of a Portable Range should fail to see this splendid 
range. It has all the modern improvements suited to a strictly first-class 
range. 



CONE FURNACE 



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Special attention is directed to the 
important improvements made in 1875 
in my well-known Standard Cone 
Furnace, including my Anti-Clink- 
BB GRATE, the most important im- 
provement ever made for removing 
clinkers and keeping a Continuous 
Fire, also ensuring a large Saving in 
Fuel. It also simplifies and lessens 
the work of attending the furnace. 
This celebrated furnace has had no 
rival since its first introduction, and 
with the improvement of 1875 it will 
he more appreciated than ever before. 
From the day this furnace was intro- 
duced into the market the demand for 
it has been constantly increasing, un- 
til there were about thirty thousand 
in use before the improvements of 
1875 were made. Sizes adapted to all 
classes of buildings. 
This furnace has received two Gold 
a?r and several Silver Medals, first 
\ premiums, and the only Gold Medal 
[ever awarded to any furnace in Mas- 
sachusetts. Set either in brick-work or 
portables in double sheet-iron casings. 

With this full line of wrought and 
cast-iron furnaces, I am enabled to 

offer inducements to purchasers of furnaces which cannot fail to give perfect 

satisfaction both as to quality and price. 
Also, my Arlington Brick Set Cooking Range, with all the new and 

best improvements ; this is the most substantial and splendid range ever seen 

in any kitchen. 

Also, COOKL\G AND PARLOR STOVES, ORATES, etc., etc. 

Special attention given to putting np Furnaces and Ranges in 

any part of the country. 

NOTHING BUT WHAT IS STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS WORK 
IS MANUFACTURED R1T ME. 




Warerooms, 99 & 101 Blackstone St., BOSTON 

FOUNDRV AT MANSFIELD, MASS. 

GARDNER CHILSON. 



CAMBRIDGE LAUNDRY, 

Soden St., near Western Ave., Cambridgeport. 
General Office in Boston, No. 13 Bromfield Street. 

Agencies, 18 Cambridge St. and 207 Hanover St., Boston. 

Orders may be left at 102 Green St., Cambridgeport. 

All clothes received will be washed and ironed, unless otherwise directed. Goods col- 
lected or delivered to any part of Cambridge or Boston proper free of expense. "Work 
done with neatness and dispatch. 

LEONARD COIXl, Proprietor. 



WM. R. GRAY, Sec'y. GEO. M. RUTTRICK, Pres't. 

A. V. ADAMS, Ass't Sec'y. | E. D. GOODRICH, Vice-Pres't. 



THE 

GLOBE 

Insurance Company, 




NO. 7 EXCHANGE PLACE, 
BOSTON. 



DORCHESTER MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMP'Y, 

Neponset, Boston, Mass. 
E. J. EAKEK, President. W. F. TEMPLE, Secretary. 



Personal Property 81,819,090.00 

Real Estate 8,959,971.00 

Real Estate $24,000.00 

Personal Property 1,000.00 

Notes Receivable 33,500.00 

§18.400 U. S. 5-20 Bonds 22,034.00 

213 Shares Boston & Albany R. R. . .30,246.00 

140 " Old Colony R. R 15,260.00 

30 " Blue Hill National Bank. 3,540.00 
30 " Columbian " " 4,080.00 

20 " Howard " " 2,400.00 



20 Shares Continental Nat'nal Bank 2,400.00 
12 " Hide & Leather " " 1,488.00 
10 " New England " " 1,400.00 

Uncollected Policies 8,224.34 

Cash on hand in Bank 15,022.90 

Div'ds and Interest earned to date.. . 1,750.00 



$166,345.24 
Amount of Deposit Notes availa- ) 
ble to pay losses, which is better J 100,000.00 
than a borrowed guarantee fund ) 

8266,345,24 



$70,000 cash surplus, and S170,000 available surplus, over amount required to insure all 
our risks. 

The Company continues to pay Return Premiums on Surrendered Policies, and Divi- 
dends on terminated paid-up policies, viz., 40 per cent on those run five years, 25 per cent 
on those run three years, 15 per cent on those run one year. 



GREENOUGH'S 



CAMBRIDGE BIRECTOBT 



FOR 1876. 



CONTAINING 



A GENERAL DIRECTORY OF THE RESIDENTS, 

CITY AND COUNTY REGISTER, BUSINESS 

DIRECTORY, A MAP, ETC., ETC. 

JVo. xxr. 




BOSTON: 

aREENOUQH <& CO., 

242 WASHINGTON STEEET, 
1876. 



I»MOE, 



$2.50. 



Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1876, by W. A. Greenough, jr. 
in the Office of the Librarian of Congress at Washington. 



CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 



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HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS. 

Main Street, - - CAMBRIDGEPQRT. 

HIT. F. SESE1WOOD, 

509 Main Street, Cambridgeport, 

Manufacturer of and Dealer in 



FURNACES 

Stoves, Ranges, 

Drain Pipe, etc. 



Sole Agent in Cambridgeport for the Cele- 
brated 



PEERLESS FURNACE, I 



COOD NEWS RANGE 




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INTRODUCTORY. 



This is the twenty-fifth number of the Cambridge Direc- 
tory, and from a small volume of 112 pages, besides advertise- 
ments, published in 1848, it has steadily increased each year, 
until now we present our patrons with a large octavo volume 
of more than 500 pages, containing over 16,000 names; also a 
Business Directory, list of Societies, Municipal Officers, and all 
information desired by citizens or strangers in such a work as 
this. 

We have noted from our last year's Directory 4661 removals, 
alterations, etc., erased 4,701 names, and have added 4,841 new 
names. The number in this year's Directory being 16,450 
names. This shows (without the Business Directory changes), 
9,362 instances where last years Directory will mislead persons 
who may refer thereto, besides many changes in societies, cor- 
porations, etc. This shows that but a little more than onerthird 
of last year's Directory is now of any value. 

The amount of labor annually bestowed upon the preparation 
of this work cannot be appreciated by the uninitiated; some idea, 
however, may be obtained of tt from the fact that no person's 
name is inserted unless reprocured by our agents every year. 
The canvass is commenced the- 1st of October, and a large 
force of canvassers, compilers, proofreaders, printers, etc., con- 
stantly employed upon it until Jan. 1st, the time for publication ; 
and it is only with a system established by an experience of 
twenty years that we are enabled to present it in so short a 
time and in such a satisfactory manner to the public. 

GREENOUGH A CO. 
Boston, Jan. 1st, 1876. 



CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 



u* dfi$ & co,, 

General Insurance Agents. 

INSURANCE CAPITAL REPRESENTED, $50,000,000. 

lit) Wtm STRUT, ©MDSRBSilPQRT, 

AKD 

53 DEVONSHIRE STREET, BOSTON. 

GEORGE G. WRIGHT, 

DEALER IN 

FLOUR, MEAL, 

Hay and Grain, 

86 MOUNT AUBURN STREET, 

CAfflBRIDQE. 

JAMES THOMAS & CO., 

I114©I111, 

Ladies' and Children's STRAW and FELT HATS, 

Altered in all the Fashionable Styles. 

GENTLEMEN'S PANAMA and STEAW HATS 

Cleaned and Trimmed in a superior manner. 

No. 19 Province Street, . . . BOSTON. 

(Leading from School to Bromfield Street.) 




CONTENTS 



PAGE. 

Abbreviations '. • 33 

Advertising Department follows 504 

.Banks 490-492 

Bridges .'. 30 

Business Directory ■ 449 

Business Directory of Patrons in other Cities 9 

Calendar 15 

Cambridge Water Board 482 

Cemeteries 30 

Churches 498 

City Government • 481 

College Buildings, etc 28 

Corporations ..492 

County Officers and Courts 483 

Episcopal Theological School 488 

Fire Alarm Telegraph 485 

Fire Department 484 

General Directory , 33 

Grand Army of the Bepublic 496 

Halls, Buildings, Blocks, etc 27 

Harvard College 485 

Index to Advertisements . 8 

Insurance Co , 490 

Introductory * 5 

Justices of the Peace 483 

Knights of Pythias 496 

Location of Signal Boxes. 485 

Map opp. title page 

Masonic 494 

Military Organizations 497 

Odd Fellows 495 

Police Department 482 

Post Offices 493 

Railroad Stations 504 

Savings Banks 490-492 

Schools .488 

Societies 502 

Streets, Avenues, Courts, etc 17 

Temperance Organizations 497 

Ward Boundaries 30 

Wharves : 29 



INDEX TO CAMBRIDGE ADVERTISEMENTS. 



PAGB. 

Adams John P., gas fixtures 8 

Alger Edwin A., lawyer 36 

Andrews R. M., painter 2 

Aylward James, liquors 8 

Bacon Robert, shirt, collar, and cuff 

manufacturer 11 

Bailey Isaac W. & Co., carpenters 13 

Barron Thomas E., baker 24 

Baumeister A., plumber 2 

Becker F., florist 11 

Belcher G. G-., sign painter 19 

Bennink E. A? Mrs., millinery. ., 16 

Bettinson J. W., express fiont 32 

Billings Clarence H., merchant tailor, 

foot liues general directory 
Bird Henry M., Broadway Iron Foundry 22 
Bird H. & Co., ins. agents. . . .opp. contents 

Blake Edwin H., grocer 9 

Blevins John J., slater 23 

Braman, Shaw & Co., furniture mnfrs... 42 
Broadway Iron Foundry, Henry M. Bird, 

proprietor 22 

Brooks Wm. C. & Co, coal and wood. . . 19 

Buck Silas E. & Co., clothing 23 

Builders Foundry Co., Sain' 1 Vance, agt. 24 
Burnett & Brown, machine blacksmiths 23 
Burpee Joseph E., furnace setter and 

mason 22 

Burrage Brothers, lumber 21 - 

Cambridge Chronicle, Linn B. Porter, 

proprietor 11 

Cambrmge Granite Polishing Works, 

opposite inside front cover 
Cambridge Laundry, Leonard Cox, pro- 
prietor front colored 

Cambridge Mutual Fire Insurance Co. . . 7 

Cambridge National Bank 491 

Cambridge Press, James Cox, prop'r 10 

Cambridge SavingslBank 490 

Campbell Bros. & Co., boilermakers. ... 5 

Carroll J. H.. sewing machines front 32 

Chapman & Cogan, carpenters front 32 

Charles River National Bank of Cam- 
bridge 491 

Cofran Samuel M., brick manufacturer. 4 

Conlan & Quinn, coopers 19 

Conway James, tailor 14 

Cox James, prop. Cambridge Press 10 

Cox Leonard, proprietor Cambridge 

Laundry front colored 

Danforth Charles H., photographer 1 

Davis Curtis & Co., soap manufacturers 30 

Davis James C. & Son, soap mnfrs 30 

Davis & Bates, grain, meal, &c 18 

Day, Collins & Co., drain pipe, 

over calendar 
Demuth William A., fancy glassblower 15 

Devens Thomas, undertaker 13 

Dolloff Benj. W., groceries and provisions 26 

Donnelly J. H. S., dry goods front 32 

Draper F. & Co., britannia and hardware 9 
East Cambridge and Boston Coach Line 16 

Eyre & Co., kid glove cleaners 17 

First National Bank of Cambridge 491 

Fitzpatrick Frank, provisions 19 

Flanagan Lewis C, pharmacist 3 

Flinn Edmund, jr., painter 18 

Fuller & Watriss, hardware, 

opposite introductory 

Fuller & Whitney, civil engineers 33 

Furlong & Willard, country produce ... 21 

Gale & Wood, lumber front cover 

Geringer R., upholsterer front cover 

Gore David & Son, pavers and contrac- 
tors 26 

Graves Cyrus E., feather bed renovator. 3 
Greene & Co., steam and gas fitters, opp. 187 
Greenleaf Albert P., mason and builder, 

front colored 
Greenleaf Geo. W. & Co., plumbers and 

gas fitters , . . 19 

Greenwood Wm. P., hardware, stoves, 
etc opposite introductory 



PAGE 

Hale Edwin B., lawyer 36 

Hastings W. B. & Co., insurance agents, 

opposite streets 16 

Hawkes Levi & Co., plumbers 8 

Hayden Z. & P. M., carpenters 9 

Hayward & Kimball, furniture mnfrs.. . 10 
Holt Homer C, counsellor at law, 

colored insert opposite 464 

Holt W. B., painter and glazier 14 

Howes L. W., lawyer 36 

Hoyt B. F., sofa and lounge frames 8 

Hughes Geo. H., painter 24 

Hunnewell C. H., real estate 9 

Hurd Amos D., wheelwright 2 

Ivers W. Mrs., millinery 17 

Jansson C. A., picture frames 11 

Jones C. L. & Co., soap and candle 

manufacturers 30 

Joseph I. & J., fruits 25 

Kelley Joseph J., cabinet maker 12 

Kelsey Bros. & Co., furniture 14 

Kendall Joshua, private school 4 

Kennedy Frank A., cracker baker, 

outside back cover 

Kidder M. H., dining rooms 19 

Kimball Robert R., provisions 3 

Kimball William, merchant tailor 9 

Lechmere National Bank 492 

Lenf est Solomon, job printer 26 

Lennon John, auctioneer 24 

Lerned Andrew, boots and shoes 4 

Lockhart Wm. L., undertaker 22 

Lombard H. E. & Co., printers. . . .opp. 260 

Mack Peter F., painter 42 

Mallen J. F., merchant tailor 28 

Marsden James, grocer 3 

Martin Joseph, fur skin dyer 1J 

Mason & Buffum, bell hangers 5 

Mason W. A., engineer and surveyor. . . <* 
McDonald Alexander, marble and gran- 
ite worker *J 

McDonnell James, practical tailor La 

Mclntire Charles J., counsellor at law, 

insert opp. 464 

Moore Charles & Co., hardware, etc 24 

Myles Thos. F., merchant tailor 3 

National City Bank of Cambridge 490 

Nesbitt John & R. B., carpenters 20 

Nevons Hiram, paver ** 

Norris Albert & Co.; carpenters 4 

Parker Artemas, granite. . - 17 

Parker & Ward, flour, grain, etc 1 

Parsons C. A., fish and oysters 26 

Pattee Charles H., lawyer. . insert opp. 464 

Penniman T. J. & Co., carriages 12 

Pettingell & Sawyer, oil clothing -. 23 

Pettingill & Pear, spring beds, etc.. on map 
Porter Linn B., proprietor Cambridge 

Chronicle "■ 

Potter W, C, furniture mover 17 

Pratt Charles O. & Co., stoves, tin ware, 

etc front colored 

Pratt D. G., wood and ivory turner, 

back cover 

Rawson & Hittinger, engine mnfrs 27 

Reardon William H., plumber fr. cover 

Reddiug's Russia Salve 8 

ReedG. S., dentist 39 

Riley & Son, merchant tailors 25 

Rivinius F. W. & L. A., stoves, etc 4 

Robbins & Whitney, stoves, etc 10 

Ross Robert & Son, contractors 8 

Rowe R. B., express 25 

Rugg S. F., auctioneer 34 

Sawin's Cambridge & Boston Express. . 35 
Sawyer Chas. A., painter and glazier — 44 

Sawyer E. D. & Co., lumber 18 

Sawyer J. S., gravel roofing front cover 

Scorgie, Wight & Co., granite, 

opp. inside front cover 
Scranton H. A., turning and sawing. ... 22 

Shedd J. J., painter 3 

Slack Robert H., architect 33 



CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 



PAGE 

Souther John C, provisions 1 

Springer & Jewell, carpenters 17 

Squire John P. & Co., pork, lard, and 

hams — 6 

Starbuck James C, furnaces, ranges, 

and stoves 20 

Stearns A. W., carpenter 5 

Stickney N. N. & Co., lumber 5 

Stiles John C, E. Cambridge and Bos- 
ton coach line 16 

Sullivan T,, express and job wagon 5 

Thayer J. H. & J. P. & Co., painters. ... 16 
Thurston, Hall & Co., cracker bakers. . . 6 

Tibbetts George F., baker 16 

Wadsworth G-. H., groceries 13 

"Waitt Freeman C, Boston Express 15 

Walworth Manufacturing Co., steam and 
gas pipe, etc 23 



PAGE 

Warren, photographer front cover 

Webb Wm W., carriage mnfr.opp. calendar 
Webber J. H., architect and ins. agent. . 25 

Weitze Robert, sausages front 32 

Wellington Horatio & Co., coal and wood 21 
Wentworth T. B., pew and pulpit builder 15 

Whittemore & Hale, soap mnfrs 30 

Willard Chas. E.. coal and wood. back cover 

Wilson John, builder 13 

Wood Alfred, grocer 2 

Woodbury & Co., planing mill 12 

Worcester Brothers, furniture and car- 

petings opp. inside front cover 

Wright George G., flour, etc. .opp. contents 

Wyeth James H. & Co., grocers 27 

Wyman William, coal and wood 15 



INDEX TO BOSTON ADVEETISEMENTS. 



Ailman John H., optician 34 

Andrews J. D., photographer 28 

Asbestos Felting Co., H. W. Sayre, supt. 27 

Atwood D. & Co., oysters 35 

Bacon Robert, shirt, collar, and cuff 

manufacturer 11 

Bancroft Joseph H., paper hangings, 

insert opp. 465 
Bancroft & Boyden, furniture, etc., 

foot lines on pages 

Barnes T. P. & Son, hardware 39 

Beals J. J., clock manufacturer 29 

Bettinson J. W„ express front 32 

Bicknell W. H. & Co., hardware, 

back cover 
Bird H. & Co , insurance agents, 

opp. contents 

Black J. W. & Co., photographers 29 

Boston Engraving and Printing Co., 

back cover 

Boston Nickel Plating Co 34 

Boyd J., parlor suites front colored 

Bradbury Benj. F., apothecary, 

inside back cover 
Braman, Shaw & Co., furniture mnfrs. . 42 

Brown W. F. & Co., printers 28 

Brown & Alger, lawyers 36 

Burnett & Brown, machine blacksmiths 23 
Butler Wm. S. & Co., white and linen 

goods opp. 272 

Cambridge Laundry, L. Cox, propr., 

front colored page 
Center House, G. H. Tibbetts, propr., 

front colored 
Chilson Gardner, stoves, furnaces, etc., 

front colored 
Chubbuck Levi, stoves and furnaces, 

inside front cover 
Clapp Otis & Son, homoeopathic books 

and medicines 33 

Codman & Shurtleff , dental instruments 32 

Cofran S. M., brick manufacturer 4 

Colby Sarah A., M. D., physician 42 

Comstock, Gove & Co., soda and mineral 

water 27 

Coolidge, Smith & Co., gloves hosiery, 

etc opp. 272 

Cox Leonard, prop. Cambridge Laundry, 

front colored page 
Cromack J. B., millinery goods, 

foot lines on pages 
Cutter & Parker, doors, sashes, and 

blinds on map 

Davis Curtis & Co., soap mnfrs 30 



Davis James C. & Son, soap mnlrs 30 

Day, Collins & Co., drain pipe, 

over calendar 

Dee & Doyle, florists back cover 

Dennison & Co., tags 43 and back title 

Doane & Greenough, stationers. back cover 
Dorchester Mutual Fire Insurance Co. 

front colored 

Dudley Sanford H., lawyer 14 

Dunne George C, agent Portland Stone 

Ware Co back colored page 

Dyer, Taylor & Rice, hats, caps, and 

furs on map 

East Cambridge and Boston Coach Line, 

John C. Stiles, proprietor 16 

Eayrs W. N., private school 33 

Erickson A., sailmaker opp. calendar 

Fairbanks Moses & Co., soda, mineral 

water, etc front colored 

Fay Charles F., insurance and mortagage 

broker 29 

Fuller Seth W., bell hanger back cover 

Fuller & Whitney, civil engineers and 

surveyors — 33 

Gale & Wood, lumber front cover 

Globe Insurance Co front colored 

Gore David & Son, pavers and contrac- 
tors 26 

Greenleaf & Co., wire workers 39 

Harding Webb, silver ware 40 

Hardy AN., photographer, 

opp. inside back cover 
Harris, Chipman & Co., carpets. front cover 
Hastings W. B. & Co., insurance agents, 

opp. streets, p. 16 front 
Hatfield L. & Son, " Averill Chemical 

Paint " opp. calendar 

Hilton J. F. , mutton, lamb, etc. 35 

Holman John & Co., feathers 29 

Homer, Lane & Co., crockery ware, 

insert opp. 465 

Howes L. W., lawyer 36 

Hyde H. P., real estate 27 

Jones C. L. & Co., soap mnfrs 30 

Kendall & Farmer, coppersmiths 34 

Lamkin G., boots and shoes 29 

Latham J. & Co., chromos 41 

Learned Isaac M. & Co., restaurant, 

opp. inside back cover 
Leonard George, real estate, insert opp. 186 

Lincoln & Hopkinson, wooden ware 8 

Lombard N. C, mechanical engineer, 

opp. calendar 



CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 



PAGE 

Lovejoy "William S., dining saloon 33 

Macdonald & Sons, bookbinders 44 

Martin James & Son, sailmakers, 

insert opp. 273 

Massachusetts Mutual Insurance Co 38 

McGann T. F., gas fittings 40 

Mclntire Charles J., lawyer. insert opp. 464 

Mercantile Savings Institution on map 

Meyer Chas. E. & Co., picture frames, 

etc ! 44 

Newhall Alfred, pianos, 

foot lines on business directory 

Norris Gr. W., pianos 28 

North Chas. H. & Co., provisions 40 

Parker Artemas, granite 17 

Parker & Gannett, agricultural ware- 
house and seedstore 37 

Parker Horatio G-., lawyer 36 

Pattee Charles H., lawyer. . insert opp. 464 
Periy Herbert L., real estate... .back cover 

Pettengill John W., lawyer 35 

Pettingill & Pear, spring beds on map 

Pierce S. S. & Co., grocers back cover 

Portland Stone Ware Co., drain pipe, 

etc back colored page 

Reed G-. S., dentist 39 

Richardson & Hale, lawyers 36 

Robinson J. H. & Co., paper hangings, 

opp. inside front cover 

Robinson J. R., steam engineer 40 

Rogers & Co., china and crockery ware, 

opp. inside back cover 

Rowe R. B., express 25 

Rugg S. F., auctioneer 34 

Sanger E. A. & Co., butter, cheese, and 
eggs 35 



PAGE 

Sawin's Cambridge and Boston Express. 35 
Sayre H. W.,supt. Asbestos Felting Co.. 27 
Skinner Alvah, watches and jewelry, 

insert opp. 465 

Slack Robert H., architect 33 

Slocomb O. J., hatter . . back cover 

Smith & Thayer, provisions 35 

Spear E. D., physician 31 

Spencer A. H., solicitor of patents 41 

Squire John P. & Co., pork, lard, and 

hams 6 

Stearns A. T. & Sons, lumber 39 

Stearns Nathaniel C, house furnishing 

goods opp. inside back cover 

Stiles John C, proprietor East Cam- 
bridge and Boston Coach Liue 16 

The Golden Rule, W. H. H. Murray, 

editor inside back cover 

Thomas C. G., lawyer insert opp. 464 

Thomas James & Co., hat bleachers, 

opposite contents 
Tibbetts G. H., prop. Center House, 

front colored 
Union Mutual Life Insurance Co., 

front cover 

Waitt's Boston Express 15 

"Walworth Manufacturing Co., steam 

and gas pipe, etc 23 

Warren, photographer front cover 

"Warren S. D. &Co., printing paper 38 

"Wellington Horatio & Co., wood and 

coal o 

"Whittemore & Hale, soap mnfrs 3 q 

Wilcox David & Co., hat mnfrs 3 y 

Winnett J. & Co.. real estate agents 42 

Wyman Wm., coal and wood 15 



LINCOLN & H0PKINS0N, 



Wholesale Dealers in 



WOODEN WARE, 

Plain and Japanned Tin Ware, 

WILLOW GOODS, BROOMS, BRUSHES, MATS, CORDAGE, 
French, German, and American Baskets, &c, 

15 & 16 FANEUIL HALL SQUARE, BOSTON. 



Alexander Lincoln. 



(South Side.) William L. Hopkinson. 



JAMES AYLWAED, 




"WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 





No. 6 Gore St., East Cambridge, 

Agent for 

COOK'S CELEBRATED ALES, 

In Bottles, Barrels, and Half Barrels, for Family and Store use. 

Also, Portsmouth, Burton, and Burkhardt's Breweries. Bye Whiskies, 
from 2 to 10 years old. All my liquors are of the first quality and warranted. 



CAMB RIDGE DIRECTORY, 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY OF PATRONS IN BOSTON AND VICINITY. 



Agricultural Machines and Tools. 

Parker & Gannett, 49 North Market, Bos- 
ton (see adv. dept., p. 37) 

Ale, .Porter, and Cider. 

Comstock, Gove & Co., 30 Canal and 27 
Merrimac, Boston (see adv. dept., p. 27) 

Fairbanks Moses & Co., Howard, Boston 
(see advt. front colored page) 

Annunciators for Hotels. 

Fuller Seth W., 63 Devonshire, Boston (see 
advt. on back cover) 

Apothecary. 

Bradbury Benj. F., 443 Washington, Boston 
(see advt. inside back cover) 

Architect. 

Slack Robert H., 76 Devonshire, Boston 
(see adv. dept., p. 33) 

Atomizers. 

Codnian & Shurtleff, 13 and 15 Treinont, 
Boston (see adv. dept., p. 32) 

Auctioneer. 

Rugg S. F., 5 Tremont, Boston (see adv. 
dept., p. 34) 

Awnings. 

Erickson A., 38 North Market, Boston (see 
advt. opp. calendar) 

Martin James & Son, 114 Commercial, Bos- 
ton (see advt. opp. p. 273) 

Baskets and Toys. 

Stearns N. C, 41 West, Boston (see advt. 
opp. inside back cover) 

Bell Hanger. 

Fuller Seth W., 63 Devonshire, Boston (see 
advt. on back cover) 

Blacksmiths. 

Burnett & Brown, 12 and 14 Bowker, Bos- 
ton (see adv. dept., p. 23) 

Boiler and Pipe Covering. 

Asbestos Felting Co., H. W. Sayre, supt., 
11 Pemberton square, Boston (see adv. 
dept., p. 27) 

Bookbinders. 

Macdonald & Sons, 11 Chardon, Boston (see 
adv. dept., p. 44) 

Boots and Shoes. 

Lamkin G., 10 Tremont Row, Boston (see 
adv. dept., p. 29) 

Boston Copper Weather Vanes. 

Parker & Gannett, 49 No. Market, Boston 
(see adv. dept., p. 37) 

Brass and Iron Founders. 

Walworth Manufacturing Co., 69 Kilby, 
Boston (see adv. dept., p. 23) 

Brick Manufacturers. 

Cofran Samuel M., order box, Mechanics 

Exchange, 17 Court, Boston (see adv. 

dept., p. 4) 
Gore David & Son (dealers), 6 Traveller 

building, State, Boston (see adv. dept., p. 

26) 

Brooms. 

Lincoln & Hopkinson, 1£ and 16 F. H. sq.. 
Boston (see advt. p. 8) 



Bullard's Improved Hay Tedder. 

Parker & Gannett, 49 No. Market, Boston 
(see adv. dept., p. 37) 

Butter, Cheese, and Eggs. 

Sanger E. A. & Co., 34 N. F. H. Market, 
Boston (see adv. dept., p. 35) 

Carpets. 

Harris, Chipman & Co., 44 Washington, 
Boston (see advt. on front cover) 

Cement. 

Asbestos Felting Co., H. W. Sayre, supt., 
11 Pemberton square, Boston (see adv. 
dept., p. 27) 

Portland Stone Ware Co., 50 Kilby, Boston 
(see advt. back colored page) 

Chairs (Folding). 

Pettingill & Pear, 35 Brattle, Boston (see 
advt. on map) 

Chimney Flues. 

Portland Stone Ware Co., 60 Kilby, Bos- 
ton (see advt. back colored page) 

Chimney Tops. 

Portland Stone Ware Co., 50 Kilby, Boston 
(see advt. back colored page) 

Chromos. 

Latham J. & Co., 419 Washington, Boston 
(see adv. dept., p. 41) 

Cider Mills and Cider, Wine and 
Lard Presses. 

Parker & Gannett,- 49 North Market, Bos- 
ton (see adv. dept., p. 37) 

Cider and Wine Mills and Corn 
Shelters. 

Parker & Gannett, 49 North Market, Bos- 
ton (see adv. dept., p. 37) 

Civil Engineers. 

Fuller & Whitney, 39 Court, Boston (see 
adv. dept., p. 33) 

Clock Manufacturers. 

Beals J. J., 86 Court, Boston (see adv. dept., 
p. 29) 

Coal and Wood. 

Wellington Horatio & Co., 11 Kilby, Boston 

(see adv. dept., p. 21) 
Wyman William, 40 State, Boston (see adv. 

dept., p. 15) 

C oppersmiths. 

Kendall & Farmer, 65 to 69 Merrimac, Bos- 
ton (see ady. dept., p. 34) 

Crockery, China, and Glassware. 

Homer, Lane & Co., 52 and 54 Union, and 

39 and 41 Friend, Boston (see advt. insert 

opp. p. 465) 
Rogers & Co., 54 to 62 Canal and 147 to 155 

Friend, Boston (see advt. opp. inside 

back cover) 

Curled Hair. 

Holman John & Co., 60 Union, 47 Friend, 
and 115 Hanover, Boston (see adv. dept., 
p. 29) 

Cutlery. 

Barnes T. P. & Sons, 180 Washington, Bos- 
ton (see adv. dept., p. 39) 

Stearns N. C, 41 West, Boston (see advt. 
opp. inside back cover) 



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CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 



Dental and Surgical Instruments. 

Codraan & Shurtleff, 13 and 15 Treraont, 
Boston (see adv. dept., p. 32) 

Dentist. 

Reed G. S., 48 Essex, Boston, and 56 Trow- 
bridge, Cambridge (see adv. dept., p. 39) 

Dining Room. 

Lovejoy Wra. S., 21 Court, Boston (see adv. 
dept., p. 38) 

Doors, Sashes, and Blinds. 

Cutter & Parker, 9 & 10 Charlestown, Boa- 
ton (see advt. on map) 

Drain Tile. 

Portland Stone Ware Co., 50 Kilby, Boston 
(see advt. back colored page) 

Drain and Sewer Pipe. 

Day, Collins & Co., 40 Bromfield, Boston 

(see advt. over calendar) 
Portland Stone Ware Co., 50 Kilby, Boston 

(see advt. back colored page) 

Dyer. 

SUFFOLK DYE HOUSE, S. Sibley, prop., 
1 Tremont Row 

Elastic Hose. 

Codman & Shurtleff, 13 & 15 Tremont, Bos- 
ton (see adv. dept., p. 32) 

Electric Annunciators and Bells. 

Fuller Seth W., 63 Devonshire, Boston (see 
advt. on back cover) 

Embroideries and Laces. 

Butler Wm. S. & Co., 90 and 92 Tremont. 

(see advt opp. p. 272) 
Coolidge, Smith & Co., 70 and 72 Tremont 

(see advt. opp. p. 272) 

Engineer (Steam). 

Robinson J. R., 55 Simmons building, Bos- 
ton (see adv. dept., p. 40) 

Engravers. 

Boston Engraving and Printing Co., 32 
Winter, Boston (see advt. on back cover) 

Engravings, Chromos, etc. 

Meyer Chas. E. & Co., Ill and 113 Wash- 
ington, Boston (see adv. dept., p. 44) 

Expresses. 

Bettinson J. W., 91 Kilby, 8 and 10 Court 
square, 57 Kingston, and 35 Brattle, Bos- 
ton (see advt. p. 32 front) 

Rowe R. B., 38 F. H. square, Boston (see 
adv. dept., p. 25) 

Sawin Moses M., 8, 10, and 34 Court square, 
174 Washington, and 75 Kilby (see adv. 
dept., p. 35) 

Waitt's Express, 117 Court, Boston (see adv. 
dept., p. 15) 

Fancy Goods. 

Butler Wm. S. & Co., 90 and 92 Tremont, 

(see advt. opp. p. 272) 
Coolidge, Smith & Co., 70 and 72 Tremont, 

Boston (see advt. opp. p. 272) 

Feathers. 

Holman John & Co., 60 Union, 47 Friend, 
and 115 Hanover, Boston (see adv. dept., 
p. 29) 



Fertilizers. 

North Chas. H. & Co., 27 and 29 F. H. Mar- 
ket, store Nos. 33 and 34 North Market, 
Boston (see adv. dept., p. 40) 

Squire John P. & Co., 21, 23, and 25 F. H. 
Market and 39 North Market, Boston (see 
adv. dept., p. 6) 

Fire Brick, Clay and Tile. 

Portland Stone Ware Co., 50 Kilby, Boston 
(see advt. back colored page) 

Fishing Tackle. 

Barnes T. P. & Sons, 180 Washington, Bos- 
ton (see adv. dept., p. 39) 

Flags. 

Erickson A., 38 No. Market, Boston (see 
advt. opp. calendar) 

Martin James & Son, 114 Commercial, Bos- 
ton (see advt. opp. p. 273) 

Florists. 

Dee & Doyle, 57 Tremont, Boston (see advt. 
on back cover) 

Flower Pots. 

Portland Stone Ware Co., 50 Kilby, Boston 
(see advt. back colored page) 

Foundry Supplies. 

Portland Stone Ware Co., 50 Kilby, Boston 
(see advt. back colored page) 

Furnaces, Banges, and Stoves. 

Chilson Gardner, 99 Blackstone, Boston 
(see advt. front colored pages) 

Furniture. 

Bancroft & Boyden, 180 Tremont, Boston 
(see advt. foot lines general directory) 

Braman, Shaw & Co., 27 Sudbury, Boston 
(see adv. dept., p. 42) 

Garden, Grain, and Field Seeds. 

Parker & Gannett, 49 No. Market, Boston 
(see adv. dept., p. 37) 

Garden Vases. 

Day, Collins & Co., 40 Bromfield, Boston 
(see advt. over calendar) 

Gas Burners. 

McGann T. F., 104 & 106 Portland, Boston 
(see adv. dept., p. 40) 

Gas Fittings and Fixtures. 

McGann T. F., 104 & 106 Portland, Boston 
(see adv. dept., p. 40) 

Gasometer Manufacturers. 

Walworth Manufacturing Co., 69 Kilby, 
Boston (see adv. dept., p. 23) 

Ginger Ale. 

Comstock, Gove & Co., 30 Canal, and 27 
Merrimac, Boston (see adv. dept., p. 10) 

Fairbanks Moses & Co., Howard, Boston 
(see advt. front colored page) 

Granite. 

Parker Artemas, order box, Mechanics Ex- 
change, 17 Court, Boston (see adv. dept. 
P-17) 

Grocers. 

Pierce S. S. & Co., cor. Court and Tremont, 
Boston (see advt. on back cover) 

Gutters and Conductors. 

St?arns A. T. & Sons, 35 Congress, Boston 
(see adv. dept., p. 39) 



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Hard-ware and Cutlery. 

Barnes T. P. & Sons, 180 Washington, Bos- 
ton (see adv. dept., p. 39) 

Bicknell W. H. & Co., 80 Friend, Boston 
(see advt. on back cover) 

Stearns N. C , 41 West, Boston (see advt. 
opp. inside back cover) 

Hat Bleachers. 

Thomas James & Co., 19 Province, Boston 
(see advt. opp. contents) 

Hat Manufacturers. 

Wilcox David & Co., 28 and 30 Avery, Bos- 
ton (see adv. dept., p. 39) 

Hats, Caps, Furs, etc. 

Dyer, Taylor & Bice, 61 and 67 Chauncy, 
and 39, 41, and 43 Bedford, Boston (see 
advt. on map) 

Hatter. 

Slocomb, Washington, n. Haymarket sq., 
Boston (see advt. on back cover) 

Hay, Straw, and Corn Stalk Cut- 
ters. 

Parker & Gannett, 49 North Market, Bos- 
ton (see adv. dept., p. 37) 

Hogs, Live and Dressed. 

North Chas. H. & Co., 27 and 29 F. H. Mar- 
ket, store Nos. 33 and 34 North Market, 
Boston (see adv. dept., p. 40) 

Squire John P. & Co., 21, 23, and 25 F. H. 
Market, and 39 North Market, Boston (see 
adv. dept., p. 6) 

Homoeopathic Books & medicines. 

Clapp Otis & Son, 3 Albion building, Bea- 
con, Boston (see adv. dept., p. 33) 

Horse Hoes and Cultivators. 

Parker & Gannett, 49 No. Market, Boston 
(see adv. dept., p. 37) 

Hosiery, Gloves, and Corsets. 

Butler Wm. S. & Co., 90 and 92 Tremont. 

(see advt. opp. p. 272) 
Coolidge, Smith & Co., 70 and 72 Tremont, 

Boston (see advt. opp. p. 272) 

House Furnishing Articles. 

Lincoln & Hopkinson, 15 and 16 F. H. sq., 

Boston (see advt. p. 8) 
Stearns N. C, 41 West, Boston (see advt. 

opp. inside back cover) 

Ice Plows and Tools. 

Parker & Gannett, 49 No. Market, Boston 
(see adv dept., p. 37) 

Insurance Agents. 

Bird H. & Co., 53 Devonshire, Boston (see 

advt. opp. contents) 
Fay Charles F., 3 School, Boston (see adv 

dept., p. 29) 
Hastings W. B. & Co , 7 Exchange place, 

Boston (see advt. opp. streets, p. 16 front) 

Insurance Companies. 

Dorchester Mutual Fire Insurance Co. (Ne- 
ponset), Boston (see advt. front col. page) 

Globe Insurance Co., 7 Exchange place, 
Boston (see advfc. front colored page) 

Mass. Mutual Insurance Co., 39 Court, Bos- 
ton (see adv. dept., p. 38) 

Union Mutual Life Insurance Co., 153 Tre- 
mont, Boston (see advt. on front cover) 

Iron Pipe and fittings. 

Walworth Manufacturing Co., 69 Kilby 
Boston (see adv. dept., p. 23) 



Italian Awnings. 

Erickson A., 38 North Market, Boston (see 
advt. opp. calendar) 

Martin James & Son, 114 Commercial, Bos- 
ton (see advt. opp. p. 273) 

Jewelry, Watches, and Plate. 

Skinner Alvah, 62 Hanover, Boston (see 
advt. opp. p. 465) 

Kaolin. 

Portland Stone Ware Co., 50 Kilby, Boston 
(see advt. back colored page) 

Lamps, 

Homer, Lane & Co., 52 and 54 Union, 39 
and 41 Friend, *Boston (see advt. insert 
opp. p. 465) 

Land Tile. 

Portland Stone "Ware Co., 50 Kilby, Boston 
(see advt. back colored page) 

Lard Oil. 

North Chas. H. & Co., 27 and 29 F. H. Mar- 
ket, store Nos. 33 and 34 North Market, 
Boston (see adv. dept., p. 40) 

Squire John P. & Co., 21, 23, and 25 F. H. 
Market, and 39 North Market, Boston 
(see adv. dept., p. 6) 

Laundry. 

Cambridge Laundry, Leonard Cox, prop., 
13 Bromfield, Boston (see advt. front col- 
ored page) 

Lawn Mowers (for Horse and 
Hand.) 

Parker & Gannett, 49 North Market, Bos- 
ton (see adv. dept., p. 37) 

Lawyers. 

Brown & Alger, 13 Court sq., Boston (see 
adv. dept., p. 36) 

Dudley Sanford H., 40 Water, Boston (see 
adv. dept.. p. 14) 

Howes L. W., 33 School, Boston (see adv. 
dept., p. 36) 

Mclntire Charles J., 242 Washington, Bos- 
ton (see advt. opp. p. 464) 

Parker Horatio G., 186 Washington, Boston 
(see adv. dept., p. 36) 

Pattee Charles H., 33 School, Boston (see 
advt. insert opp. p. 464) 

Pettengill John W., 223 Washington, Bos- 
ton (see adv. dept., p. 35) 

Richardson & Hale, 20 Court, Boston (see 
adv. dept., p. 36) 

Thomas C. G., 20 Court, Boston (see advt. 
opp. p. 464) 

Lime, Hair, and Cement. 

Gale & Wood, 44 Kilby, Boston (see advt. 
on front cover) 

Looking Glasses. 

Meyer Charles E. & Co., Ill and 113 Wash- 
ington, Boston (see adv. dept., p. 44) 

Lumber. 

Gale & Wood, 44 Kilby, Boston (see advt. 

on front cover) 
Stearns A. T. & Sons, 35 Congress, Boston 

(see adv. dept., p. 39) 

Machine Blacksmiths. 

Burnett & Brown-, 12 & 14 Bowker, Boston 
(see adv. dept., p. 23) 

manufacturing Company. 

Portland Stone Ware Co., 50 Kilby, Boston 
(see advt. back colored page) 



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Iflason's Supplies. 

Portland Stone "Ware Co., 50 Kilby, Boston 
(see advt. back colored page) 

Mechanical Engineer. 

Lombard N. C, 40 State, Boston (see advt. 
opp. calendar) 

Merchandise Tags and Labels. 

Dennison & Co., 19 Milk, Boston (see adv. 
dept., p. 43, and under back title) 

Millinery Goods. 

Butler Win. S. & Co., 90 and 92 Tremont, 

(see advt. opp. p. 272) 
Coolidge, Smith & Co., 70 and 72 Tremont, 

Boston (see advt. opp. p. 272) 
Cromack J. B., 26 Temple place (see advt. 

foot-lines on general directory) 

Newspaper. 

The Golden Rule, Rev. W. H. H. Murray, 
editor, 146 Tremont, Boston (see advt. in- 
side back cover) 

Nickel Plating. 

Boston Nickel Plating Co., 13 and 15 Bow- 
ker, Boston (see adv. dept., p. 34) 

Optician. 

Ailman John EL, 14 Bromfield, Boston (see 
adv. dept., p. 34) 

Oysters. 

Atwood D. & Co., 32 F. H. sq., Boston (see 
adv. dept., p. 35) 

Paint. 

Hatfield L. & Son, Fort Hill square, Oliver 
street, Boston (see advt. opp, calendar) 

Paper (Printing). 

Warren S. D. & Co., 220 Devonshire, 
Boston (see adv. dept., p. 38) 

Paper Hangings. 

Bancroft J. H., 119 & 121 Hanover, Boston 

(see advt. opp. p. 465) 
Robinson J. H, & Co., 406 Washington, 

Boston (see advt. opp. inside front cover) 

Patent Water Drawers. 

Parker & Gannett. 49 No. Market, Boston 
(see adv. dept., p. 37) 

Patents (Solicitors of). 

Lombard N. C, 40 State, Boston (see advt. 

opp. calendar) 
Spencer A. H., 28 State, Boston (see adv. 

dept., p. 41) 

Pavers. 

Gore David & Son, 6 Traveller Building, 
State, Boston (see adv. dept., p. 26) 

Photographers. 

Andrews J. D., 63 Court, Boston (see adv. 
dept., p. 28) 

Black J. W. & Co., 333 Washington, Bos- 
ton (see adv. dept., p. 29) 

Hardy A. N., 22 Winter, Boston (see advt. 
back colored page) 

Warren, 465 Washington, Boston (see 
advt. on front cover) 

Physicians. 

Colby Sarah A., M. D., 17 Hanson, Boston 

(see adv. dept., p. 42) 
Spear E. D., 897 Washington, Boston (see 

adv. dept., p. 31) 



Pianos. 

Newhall Alfred, 639 Washington, Boston 
(see advt. foot lines business directory) 

Norris G. W., 1 Pemberton sq., Boston 
(see adv. dept., p. 28) 

Picture Frames. 
Meyer Charles E. & Co., Ill and 113 Wash- 
ington, Boston (see adv. dept., p. 44) 

Plow Castings. 

Parker & Gannett, 49 No. Market, Boston 
(see adv. dept., p. 37) 

Plows and Harrows (all kinds). 

Parker and Gannett, 49 No. Market, Bos- 
ton (see adv. dept., p. 37) 

Pork, t-aril, and Hams. 

North Chas. H. & Co., 27 and 29 F. H. 

Market, store Nos. 33 and 34 No. Market, 

Boston (see adv. dept., p. 40) 
Squire John P. & Co., 21, 23, and 25 F. H. 

Market and 39 No. Market, Boston (see 

adv. dept., p. 6) 

Pork Packers. 

North Chas. H. & Co., 27 and 29 F. H. 

Market, store Nos. 33 and 34 No. Market, 

Boston (see adv. dept., p. 40) 
Squire John P. & Co., 21, 23, and 25 F. H. 

Market and 39 No. Market, Boston (see 

adv. dept., p. 6) 

Powder (Dupont's). 

Barnes T. P. & Sons, 180 Washington, Bos- 
ton (see adv. dept., p. 39) 

Printers. 

Boston Engraving and Printing Co., 32 
Winter, Boston (see advt. on back cover) 

Brown W. F. & Co.. 50 Bromfield, Boston 
(see adv. dept., p. 28) 

Private School (English and Clas- 
sical). 

Eayrs W. N., 150 Tremont, Boston (see adv. 
dept., p. 33) 

Provisions. 

Hilton J. F., 5 and 7 F. H. Market, Boston 

(see adv. dept., p. 35) 
Smith & Thayer, 10 Cambridge, Boston 

(see adv. dept., p. 35) 

Provisions (Wholesale). 

North Chas. H. & Co., 27 and 29 F. H. 

Market, store Nos. 33 and 34 No. Market, 

Boston (see adv. dept., p. 40) 
Squire John P. & Co.,. 21, 23, and 25 F. H. 

Market and 39 No. Market, Boston (see 

adv. dept., p. 6) 

Railroad Contractors. 

Gore David & Son, 6 Traveller building, 
State, Boston (see adv. dept., p. 26) 

Real £ state and Mortgages. 

Fay Charles F., 3 School, Boston (see adv. 

dept., p. 29) 
Hyde H. P., 231 Washington, Boston (see 

adv. dept., p. 27) 
Leonard George, 7 Exchange place, Boston 

(see advt. col'd insert opp. p. 186) 
Wionett J. & Co., 5 Tremont, Boston (see 

adv. dept., p. 42) 

Restaurant. 

Learned Isaac M. & Co., 413 Washington, 
Boston (see advt. opp. inside back cover) 



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Roofing Felt. 

Asbestos Felting Co., H. TV. Sayre, supt., 
11 Pemberton sq., Boston (see adv. dept., 
P- 27) 

Sailniakers. 

Erickson A., 38 No. Market, Boston (see 

advt. opp. ca'ender) 
Martin James & Son, 114 Commercial, 

Boston (see advt. opp. p. 273) 

Savings Bank. 

Mercantile Savings Institution, 581 Wash- 
ington, Boston (see advt. on map) 

Scythes. 

Parker & Gannett, 49 No. Market. Boston 
(see adv. dept., p. 37) 



Shirts, Collars, and Cuffs. 

Bacon Robert, under Tremont House, Bos- 
ton (see adv. dept., p. 11) 



Silver and Plated Ware. 

Harding Webb, 235 Washington, Boston 

(see adv. dept., p. 40) 
Homer, Lane & Co., 52 and 54 Union, 39 

and 41 Friend, Boston (see advt. insert 

opp. p. 465) 
Skinner Alvah, 62 H mover, Boston (see 

advt. opp. p. 465) 

Skates. 

Barnes T. P. & Sons, 180 Washington, Bos- 
ton (see adv. dept., p. 39) 

Small Wares. 

Butler Wm. S. & Co., 90 and 92 Tremont 

(see advt. opp. p. 272) 
Coolidge, Smith & Co., 70 and 72 Tremont 

(see advt. opp. p. 272) 



Soap Manufacturers. 

Davis Curtis & Co., 21 Merchants row, Bos- 
ton (see adv. dept., p. 30) 

Davis James C. & Son, 15 Broad, Boston 
(see adv. dept., p. 30) 

Jones C. L. & Co., 220 State, Boston (see 
adv. dept., p. 30) 



Soda and Mineral Water. 

Comstock, Gove & Co.. 30 Canal, and 27 
Merrimac, Boston (see adv. dept.. p. 12) 

Fairbanks Mose^ & Co., Howard, Boston 
(see advt. front colored page) 

Speaking Tubes. 

Fuller Seth W., 63 Devonshire, Boston (see 
advt. on back cover) 



Spectacles, Eye Glasses, &c. 

Ailman John H., 14 Bromfield, Boston (see 
adv. dept., p. 34) 

Sporting Goods. 

Barnes T. P. & Sons, 180 Washington, Bos- 
ton (see adv. dept., p. 39) 



Spring Beds. , 

Bancroft & Boy den, 180 Tremont, B ston 
(see advt. foot lines on gene.al directory) 

Pettingill & Pear, 35 Brattle, Boston (see 
advt. on map) 

Stationers and Blank Book Man- 
ufacturers. 

Doane & Greenough, 116 State, Boston (see 
advt. on back cover) 

Stone Ware Brain Pipe. 

Portland Stone Ware Co., 50 Kilby, Boston 
(see advt. back colored page) 

Stone Ware Goods. 
Portland Stone Ware Co., 50 Kllby, Bos- 
ton (see advt. back colored page) 

Surveyors. 

Fuller & Whitnev, 39 Court, Boston (see 
adv. dept., p. 33) 

Tags (Shipping). 

Dennison & Co., 19 Milk, Boston (see adv. 
dept., p. 43, and under back title) 



Tents and Flags. 

Erickson A., 38 No. Market, Boston (see 
advt. opp. calendar) 

Martin James & Son, 114 Commercial, Bos- 
ton (see advt. opp. p. 273) 



Tiles. 

Portland Stone Ware Co., 50 Kiby, Boston 
(see advt. back c jlored page) 

Tin Ware. 

Lincoln & Hopkinson, 15 and 16 F. H. Sq , 
Boston (see advt. p. 8) 



Tools. 

Barnes T. P. & Sons, 180 Washington, Bos- 
ton (see adv. dept., p. 39) 

Trusses. 

Codman & Shurtleff, 13 and 15 Tremont, 
Boston (see adv. dept., p. 32) 

Upholstery Goods. 

Bancroft & Boyden, 180 Tremont, Boston 
(see advt. foot lines general directory) 

Window Shades. 

Harris, Chipman & Co., 44 Washington, 
Boston (see advt. on front cover) 

Wire Workers. 

Greenleaf G. & Co., 90 Union, Boston (see 
adv. dept., p. 39) 



Wooden and Willow Ware. 

Lincoln & Hopkinson, 15 and 16 F H. Sq., 

Boston (see advt. p. 8) 
Stearns N. C, 41 West, Boston (see advt. 

opp. in&ide back cover) 



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X>Air, COLLINS Cto OO-, 

brain Mpe, tell JUbipg, Chijnney Pipe and Jop$. 

CONTRACTORS FOR LAYING SEWERS AND DRAINS. 
Particular attention to House Drains and Cesspools. 

Office, Junction Main St. and Broadway, Cambridgeport. 



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CAMBRIDGE DIRECTOBT. 



W. B. HASTINGS & CO., 

GENERAL 



INSURANCE AGENTS 



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la., 



97 Cambridge Street, 

EAST CAMBRIDGE, MASS., 

And 7 Exchange Place, - BOSTON 

REPRESENT THE FOLLOWING COMPANIES: 

North British and Mercantile, of London and 
Edinburgh, Fire Assets^ 

Lancashire, of Manchester, England, 

Insurance Co. of North America, of Phi 

Franklin, of Philadelphia, 

Fire Association, of Philadelphia, 

Westchester, of New York, 

Faneuil Hall, of Boston, 

First National, of Worcester, - 

Holyoke Mutual, of Salem, - 

German American, of New York, - 

John Hancock Life, - - - 

Hartford Life and Accident, 

Northern, of New York, 

St. Paul, of St. Paul, - - - 

Scottish Commercial, of Glasgow, Scotland, 

Queen Fire Insurance Company, of Liverpool 
and London, England, 

Orient, of Hartford, - - - - 

Atlas, of Hartford, , 



$13,000,000 

10,000,000 

4,000,000 

3,500,000 

2,500,000 

600,000 

275,000 

200,000 

300,000 

1,500,000 

2,600,000 

2,000,000 

300,000 

500,000 

750,000 

£2,000,000 

$650,000 

500,000 



Risks Placed in any First-class Company. 

LOSSES PROMPTLY ADJUSTED. 



Orders sent by mail promptly attended to. 



CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 17 



STREETS, COURTS, AVENUES, ETC. 



Acacia, from 13 Ash to Hawthorne 

Albro> from Western avenue to Blackstone 

Allen, from 178 North avenue to 8 Orchard 

Allston, from 114 Magazine to Waverly, east to Fort 

Washington 
Allston court, from 100 Allston 
Amory, from 329 Broadway to 190 Hampshire 
Amory place, from 11 Amory, west [Corner 

Antrim, from 353 Broadway to 532 Cambridge, Atwoocl's 
Appian way, from 63 Brattle to 3 Garden 
Appleton, from 155 Brattle to Concord avenue 
Arlington, from 131 North avenue to Washington av. 
Arrow, from 866 Main to 13 Bow 
Ash, from 84 Brattle, south to the Charles river 
Ashburton place, from 26 Essex 
Ash street place, from 12 Ash, east 
Athens, from 22 Mount Auburn, south 
Atlantic avenue, from Main, opposite Portland, to Fort 

Washington 
Auburn, from 20 Western avenue to Sidney 
Auburn court, from 62 Auburn to 23 Watson 
Austin, from 439 Main to 1.0 Inman 
Austin place, from 86 Austin, south 
Avon, from 25 Shepard to 40 Linnasan 
Avon Hill street, continuation of Avon 
Avon place, from Avon Hill, near Linnsean 
Baldwin, from 661 Cambridge to 78 Kirkland 
Baldwin court, from 26 Baldwin, east 
Baldwin's court, from 97 Main, L. P. 
Baldwin place, from 35 Baldwin, west 
Ballord place, from 94 Putnam avenue 
Banks, from 10 Mount Auburn to Western avenue 
Bath, from 158 Mount Auburn, south 
Bay, from 776 Main to 288 Kinnaird 
Beacon, from Hampshire, at Atwood's corner, west to 

Somerville line 
Beaver, from 10 Cowperthwait to 19 Flagg 
Beck's park, Harvard, junction Main 
Bedford, from Porter to Somerville line 
Beech, from 188 North avenue to Somerville line 
Bell, from Allston to Hamilton, between Sidney and 

Waverly 
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18 CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 

Belmont, from North avenue, near A. R. R., to Jackson 

Bennet, from Murray, west 

Bent, from Third to Ninth 

Berkeley, from 9 Phillips place to 4 Craigie 

Berkshire, from Bristol, north 

Bigelow, from 691 Main to 282 Harvard 

Binney, from Third, to Ninth 

Blackstone, from 129 River to Western avenue 

Blair place, from 72 Bolton 

Blanche, from 16 Front, south 

Boardman, from 183 Harvard to 256 Broadway 

Boardman place, from 20 Boardman 

Bolton, from 111 Dublin, west and east 

Bond, from 43 Concord avenue to 58 Garden 

Bow, from 902 Main, to 59 Mount Auburn 

Bowdoin, from 1 Wright to 22 Linnsean 

Brattle, from 9 Harvard square to Mount Auburn at 

Fresh Pond lane 
Brattle square, from 34 Brattle to 99 Mount Auburn 
Brewer, from 146 Mount Auburn, south 
Brewery, from 166 Broadway to Main 
Bridge, from Craigie's Bridge, East Cambridge, to Som- 

erville line [ton line 

Brighton, from 9 Harvard sq. to Brighton bridge, Brigh- 
Bristol, from 17 Market to Portland 
Broadway, from 99 Main, Ward 2, to Cambridge at the 

College grounds 
Brookline, from 520 Main to the Charles river 
Brooks, from 361 Main to 34 School 
Brown, from 124 Brattle to 13 Foster 
Buckingham, from 25 Craigie to 58 Concord avenue 
Cambridge, from 96 Bridge to 8 Kirkland 
Camden place, from 245 Mount Auburn 
Camp, from John to Lerned 
Carson, from 180 Gore to 239 Cambridge 
Carver, from 70 Sacramento to Hammond 
Cedar, from 339 North avenue to 39 Spruce 
Cedar square, from 37 Cedar to Belmont 
Central place, from 21 Western avenue, north 
Central square, junction Main, River, Magazine, and 

Western avenue 
Centre, from 21 Hancock to 8 Dana 
Channing, from 168 Brattle to Mount Auburn 
Chapman place, from 13 Gerry to 14 Brewer 
Charles, from 121 Third, west 
Charles River, from 52 Mount Auburn to 11 Dyke 
Chatham, from 51 Hancock to 36 Dana 
Chauncy, from 21 North avenue to 15 Concord avenue 
Cherry, from 421 Main to 176 Harvard 



CAMBEIDGE DIRECTORY. 19 



Cherry court, from 22 Cherry 

Chester, from 260 North avenue to Somerville line 

Chestnut, from 168 Pleasant to Waverley, Ward 4 

Church, from 13 Harvard row to 45 Brattle 

Clark, from 387 Main to 20 Webster avenue. 

Clary, from Prospect, near Houghton 

Clay, from 93 Spruce to 40 Harvey 

Clifton, from 117 Spruce to 64 Harvey 

Clinton, from 707 Main to 290 Harvard 

Coggswell avenue, from 237 North av. to Fitchburg R. R. 

Coggswell place, from Mead to Coggswell avenue 

Columbia, from 473 Main to Somerville line 

Concord avenue, from 3 Waterhouse to Belmont line 

Conlon's court, from 152 Third, east 

Coolidge av., from Mount Auburn to Watertown line 

Corliss place, rear 13 Antrim 

Cottage, from 45 Pearl to 44 Pleasent, Ward 4 

Cottage court, from 8. Cottage, south, Ward 4 

Cowperthwaite, from 25 Banks to 38 De Wolf 

Craigie, from 28 Concord avenue to 141 Brattle 

Crane, changed to Grant 

Creek, from 56 Fairmont 

Creighton, from North av., near Walden, to Richdale av. 

Crescent, from 104 Oxford to 61 Sacramento 

Crescent avenue, from Walden to Raymond 

Crossland, from 77 Clark to Bristol 

Curve place, from 57 Kirkland, north 

Dailey alley, from 47 Cambridge to Gore 

Dang, from 787 Main to 634 Cambridge [Niagara 

Dana square, Magazine, from Lawrence to Lake and 

Daniels court, from 15 Hilliard, west 

Davenport, from Elm, near Somerville line, south 

Davis, from 125 Harvard to 42 Hampshire 

Day, from 274 North avenue to Somerville line 

Daye court, from 8 Blackstone, west 

Deacon, from Pioneer, east and west 

Derby lane, from 362 Broadway to West 

Decatur, from 81 Brookline to 66 Pearl 

Decatur court, from 10 East Perry, south 

De Wolf, from 38 Mount Auburn to Flagg 

De Wolf court, from 11 De Wolf, west 

Dexter, from Washington avenue to Raymond 

Dickinson, from Broadway to Davis 

Dinsmore court, from 33 Willard, west 

Distillhouse, from 365 Cambridge to Somerville line 

Divinity avenue, from 27 Kirkland, north 

Dock, from 70 Broadway to 197 Main 

Donnell, from 99 Concord avenue to 140 Garden 

Douglass, from 513 Main to 50 Austin 



20 CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 

Douglass court, from Douglass, near Main 

Dover, from 286 North avenue to Somerville line 

Dublin, from 109 Garden to 74 Spruce 

Dunster, from 1 Harvard square to College wharf 

Dyke, from 27 De Wolf to Holyoke 

East, from 113 Bridge, north to Hall's wharf 

Eaton, from 23 Cherry to 14 Pine 

Eighth, from 214 Cambridge, south 

Eliot, from 104 Mount Auburn to 68 Brighton 

Ellery, from 811 Main to 654 Cambridge 

Ellsworth avenue, from 403 Broadway to 612 Cambridge 

Elm, from 213 Harvard to Somerville line, Ward 4 

Elm, from Cottage to Russell, Ward 5 

Elmer, from Sands, north [Coolidge av. 

Elmwood avenue, from 182 Brattle to Mount Auburn, near 

Eminett, from Garden to Raymond 

Emmons, from Baldwin, west 

Ericsson court, from 91 Green, North 

Erie, from 120 Brookline to 84 Magazine 

Essex, from 591 Main to 238 Harvard 

Essex court, from 51 Essex 

Eustis court, from 110 Oxford, east 

Everett, from 42 North avenue to 45 Oxford 

Fairfield, from Spruce, near North Avenue, to Pemberton 

Fairmont, from Magazine to 100 River 

Farwell place, from 53 Brattle 

Fayerweather, from 181 Brattle, north, to Vassal lane 

Fayette, from 369 Broadway to 504 Cambridge 

Felton, from 469 Broadway to 728 Cambridge 

Fifth, from 68 Winter to 75 Charles 

First, from 32 Cambridge to Thorndike 

Flagg, from 33 Banks to De Wolf 

Flagg court, from 2 Banks 

Florence, from Magazine to Pleasant 

Follen, from 9 Concord avenue to 13 Waterhouse 

Forest, from 120 North avenue to Somerville line 

Fort Putnam, junction of Fourth and Otis 

Fort Washington, Washington square, from Waverly, 

foot of Allston to G. J. R. R. 
Foster, from 21 Willard to 14 Lowell 
Foster place, from Foster, north 
Foxcroft, from Washington avenue to Avon Hill 
Fourth, from 244 Bridge to 43 Charles 
Francis avenue, from Kirkland, north 
Frank, from 324 North avenue to Somerville line 
Franklin, from 29 Sidney to 22 Putnam avenue 
Fresh Pond lane, from 253 Brattle to Fresh Pond Hotel 
Frisbie place, from 23 Kirkland, north 
Front, from 484 Main to 9 Village 



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Front street court, from 14 Front, south 
Frost, from 12 Roseland to Harris 
Garden, from North av., at the Colleges, to Walden 
Garden court, from Garden, near Dublin, east 
Garden street place, from 37 Garden 
Gardner, from 31 Tremont to 110 Prospect 
Gerry, from 138 Mount Auburn, south 
Gilpin, from 357 Main to 76 Washington 
Gore, from 152 Bridge to Somerville 
Gore place, from 132 Gore 
Grant, from 24 DeWolf to 17 Banks 
Gray place, from 91 Harvard 
Green, from 13 Sidney to 9 Putnam avenue 
Greenough av., from Highland avenue to Ellsworth av. 
Groveland, from 20 Spruce, south, to Fitchburg R. R. 
Hamilton, from 98 Magazine to Waverly 
Hammond, from 62 Oxford to Carver 
Hampshire, from 179 Broadway, L. P., to Atwood's Cor. 
Hancock, from Franklin to 386 Broadway 
Harding, from 321 Cambridge to Somerville line 
Harris, from 22 Frost to Beacon, Somerville line 
Harrison, from 349 Main to 68 Washington 
Harvard, from 201 Main, L. P., to 1 Harvard square 
Harvard row, from Lyceum building, Harvard square, to 
Church [North av. 

Harvard square, junction of 472 Harvard, Brattle, and 
Harvey, from 9 Cedar, west 
Hastings, from G. J. R. R. to 56 Moore 
Hastings square, Brookline, between Chestnut and Henry 
Hawthorne, from 96 Brattle to Mt. Auburn 
Hawthorne avenue, from 222 Brattle to Vassal lane 
Hayes court, from Putnam avenue, east 
Healey, from Parker to Buckingham 
Henderson place, from Day, east, n. Somerville line 
Henry, from Waverly to 158 Pearl 
Hews, from 66 Putnam av. to Western avenue 
Highland, from Appleton to Reservoir 
Highland avenue, from 393 Broadway to 588 Cambridge 
Hilliard, from 60 Brattle to 133 Mt. Auburn * 
Hollis, from 285 North avenue to 37 Spruce 
Holly avenue, from Madison to Wyeth 
Holmes place, from 2 North avenue to Kirkland 
Holyoke, from 448 Harvard to Dyke 
Holyoke place, from 64 Mt. Auburn to 30 Holyoke 
Houghton, from Prospect to Somerville line 
Howard, from 71 River to Kinnaird, Ward 4 
Hubbard avenue, from Walden to Raymond 
Huron, from Hawthorne av. to Lake View av., and east 
Inman, from 677 Main to 214 Hampshire 



22 CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 

Inman place, from 57 Inman to Jones alley 

Irving, from 456 Broadway to 52 Kirkland 

Jackson, from 105 Spruce to 52 Harvey 

James, from 81 Brattle to 12 Mason 

Jarvis, from 24 North avenue to 31 Oxford 

Jay, from 51 River to Kinnaird 

Jefferson, from Warren to 22 Harding 

Jennings court, from 2 Front, south 

John, from Cameron, west 

Jones alley, from 350 Broadway to 13 West 

Jordan place, from 134 Broadway 

Kinnaird, from 45 River to 30 Putnam avenue 

Kirkland, from North av., n. the common, to Somerville 

line 
Kirkland place, from 35 Kirkland, north 
Lake, from 83 Pearl to 76 Magazine 

Lake View avenue, from 189 Brattle to Concord avenue 
Lambert avenue, from 145 North avenue, west 
Lamson place, from 42 Essex 
Langdon, from 49 North avenue to 11 Chauncy 
Laurel, from 77 Pleasant to 78 River 
Lawrence, from 73 Pearl, to 66 Magazine 
Lechmere place, from 48 North, west, to Boston and 

Lowell R. R. 
Lee, from 721 Main to 372 Broadway 
Leighton court, from 26 East, west 
Lerned, from Cameron, n. Somerville line, west 
Lexington avenue, from 197 Brattle to Vassal lane 
Lilac court, from Portland, west, near Hampshire 
Lincoln, from Webster avenue to 90 Elm 
Lincoln place, from 7 Lincoln, north 
Linden, from 424 Harvard to 61 Mt. Auburn 
Line, from 559 Cambridge to 90 Kirkland 
Linnsean, from 111 North avenue to 69 Garden 
Lopez, from 65 Brookline to 52 Pearl 
Loughrey avenue, from Pioneer to Dock 
Lowell, from 156 Brattle to 269 Mt. Auburn 
Lowland avenue, from 40 Spring, south 
Lyman, from Murray, west 

Madison, from 63 Concord avenue to 90 Garden 
Magazine, from 610 Main to Captain's Island 
Magazine court, from 117 Magazine to 12 Walnut court 
Magee court, from Putnam avenue, east 
Main, from West Boston bridge to 400 Harvard 
Maple avenue, from 381 Broadway to 56*4 Cambridge 
Market, from 207 Broadway to 32 Elm 
Marvin place, from 58 Columbia 
Mason, from 85 Brattle to 11 Garden 
Maynard place, from 261 Mount Auburn 



CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 23 

McCabe, from 277 Cambridge to 10 Jefferson 

McDonald, from Mt. Auburn, opp. Cemetery gate, north 

McLean place, from 41 Cedar 

Meacham, from 294 North avenue to Somerville line 

Mead, from Walden, near F. R. R., to Coggswell avenue 

Mechanic square, junction Broadway, Hampshire, Webster 
avenue and Portland streets 

Mellen, from 5.0 North avenue to 55 Oxford 

Milk, from Union square, 150 North avenue, to Somer- 
ville line 

Mill, from 25 DeWolf to 50 Holyoke 

Montgomery, from 79 Spruce to 28 Harvey 

Moore, from 357 Main to 212 Broadway 

Mt. Auburn, from 842 Main to Belmont line 

Mt. Auburn place, from 132 Mt. Auburn, south 

Mt. Pleasant, from Walden to Dexter 

Mt. Vernon, from 139 North avenue • 

Mullins court, from 46 Winter 

Munroe, from Court, west to Sixth 

Murdock, from 164 Hampshire to 9 Gardner 

Murray, from 11 Eliot to Brighton [School 

Myrtle place, from 31 Moore, between Washington and 

Newton, from Chestnut to Walnut, between Pearl and 
Magazine 

Niagara, from 16 Lawrence to 17 Lake 

Nicholls place, from 21 Baldwin, west 

Ninth, from 238 Cambridge to Potter 

Norfolk, from 549 Main to Somerville line 

Norfolk court, from Norfolk, bet. Broadway and Harvard 

Norfolk place, from 66 Norfolk 

Norris, from 319 North avenue 

North, from 13 Water to 16 East 

North avenue, from Harvard square to Arlington line 

Norton, from 25 Bowdoin to 10 Avon 

Norton place, from 12 Norton 

Nutting place, from 128 Mt. Auburn, south 

Oak, from 509 Cambridge to Somerville line 

Orchard, from 9 Davenport to Somerville line 

Osborn, from 368 Main, south, to the marsh 

Otis, from First to Ninth 

Otter, from 24 Cowperthwait to. 21 DeWolf 

Oxford, from 13 Kirkland to Somerville line 

Pacific, from Sidney, east, to Atlantic avenue 

Palmer, from 8 Brattle to 16 Church 

Park, from 81 Magazine to 80 Pleasant 

Parker, from 50 Concord avenue, south 

Pearl, from 568 Main to the Charles river 

Pemberton, from Spruce, near North avenue, to Fairfield 

Percy place, from 40 Essex, east 



24 CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 

Perry, from 61 Pearl to 54 Magazine 

Pettengill's court, from 58 Second, east 

Phillips place, from 9 Mason to 18 Garden 

Pine, from 87 School to 190 Harvard 

Pioneer, from 52 Broadway to Deacon, L. P. 

Pioneer avenue, from 32 Broadway to Pioneer 

Pioneer place, from Dock to Broadway 

Pleasant, from 672 Main to Florence 

Pleasant court, from 67 Pleasant 

Pleasant place, from 50 Pleasant 

Plymouth, from 91 Hampshire to 19 Portland 

Plympton, from 404 Harvard to Bow 

Porter, from 37 Warren to 38 Harding 

Portland, from Main to Cambridge 

Potter, from Third to Ninth 

Prescott, from 391 Harvard to 472 Broadway 

Prince, from 99 Magazine to 112 Pleasant 

Prison Point Road, from Bridge, near Craigie's bridge, to 

Charlestown 
Prospect, from 617 Main to Somerville line 
Putnam avenue, from 1 Mt. Auburn to Waverly 
Putnam court, from 54 Putnam avenue 
Putnam place, from 80 Putnam avenue, east 
Quincy, from 900 Main to 28 Kirkland 
Railroad, from 140 Dublin to Sargent 
Raymond, from 51 Linnaean to Fitchburg R. R. 
Reed, from 67 Spruce to 16 Harvey 
Regent, from North avenue to Richdale avenue 
-Remington, from 857 Main to 380 Harvard 
Reservoir, from 10 Fayer weather to Vassal lane 
Revere, from 134 Mt. Auburn to Gerry 
Rice, from 297 North avenue to 60 Cedar [avenue 

Richdale avenue, from Raymond, east, to near Lambert 
River, from 620 Main to Brighton line 
Riverside place, from Western avenue, opp. Blackstone 
Rockwell, from 85 Pleasant to 86 River 
Rogers, from Third to Ninth 
Rollins court, from 8 Watson, south 
Roseland, from 138 North avenue to Somerville line 
Russell, from 240 North avenue to Somerville line 
Sacramento, from 70 North avenue to Somerville line 
Sacramento place, from 29 Sacramento, north 
Sands, from Putnam avenue to the Charles river 
Sargent, from 67 Spruce to Railroad 
Saville, from Appleton to Walden 
Sceva place, from 14 Green 
School, from 331 Main to 23 Austin 
School street court, from 37 School to 12 Myrtle place 
Seckel, from Webster avenue to Winsor 



CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 25 

Second, from 24 Gore to 28 Spring 

Second street court, from 64 Second 

Seventh, from north of Cambridge to south of Thorndike 

Shawmut avenue, from 23 Arlington to Lambert avenue 

Shepard, from 63 North avenue to 47 Garden 

Short, from 145 Bridge to 42 North, Ward 3 

Sibley court, from 19 Sparks, west [Auburn 

Sidney, from Henry to Hamilton, and from 8 Front to 

Sixth, from 144 Gore to Harvard, junction Main 

Soden, from 29 Western avenue to 150 Franklin 

Soden place, from 14 Soclen 

Somerset, from Walnut court to the creek 

South, from 41 Holyoke to 64 Brighton 

Sparks, from 237 Mt. Auburn to 80 Concord avenue 

Sparks street court, from 70 Concord avenue to Sparks 

Spring, from 72 Second to Ninth 

Spring place, from rear 126 Spring to rear 140 do. 

Spruce, from 257 N^orth avenue to the meadows 

Squire's court, from 164 Gore, south 

State, from 13 Front to Osborn 

Stevens' court, from 11 Fourth, west 

Stinson's court, from 8 Pofter 

Story, from 48 Brattle to 125 Mt. Auburn 

Suffolk, from 49 Columbia to 46 Norfolk 

Summer, from 105 Prospect to Inman # 

Sumner, from 735 Cambridge to 38 Kirkland 

Tannery, from 382 North avenue to the almshouse 

Temple, from 641 Main to 134 Austin 

Tenney, from 39 Orchard to Elm, Somerville line 

Third, from Boston and Lowell Railroad, East Cambridge, 

to 27 Main, L. P. 
Thorndike, from First to Ninth 
Tremont, from 303 Broadway to Somerville line 
Trowbridge, from 839 Main to Kirkland 
Tufts, from Magazine to Pearl, south of Chestnut • 
Tuttle, from 8 Don n ell to 9 Wyeth 
Union, from 37 Market to 8 Lincoln 
Union square, junction 160 North avenue with Milk 
Upton, from 35 Magazine to 56 Pleasant 
Valentine, from 95 Brookline to 80 Pearl 
Vassal lane, from 85 Sparks to Lake View avenue 
Vernon, from 700 Main to 129 Green 
Village, from 18 State to 35 Front 
Vine, from 99 South Third to Ninth 
Walclen, from 225 North avenue to Vassal lane 
Walker, from Shepard, opposite Wallace, to Linnaean 
Walker place, from 130 Third, east 
Wallace, from 41 Garden to 38 Shepard 
Walnut court, from 97 Walnut 



26 CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 

Ware, from 385 Harvard to 462 Broadway 
Warland, from 71 Magazine to 70 Pleasant 
Warren, from 263 Cambridge to Somerville line 
Washington, from 275 Main to 32 Norfolk 
Washington avenue, from Lambert avenue to Foxcroft 
Washington square (see Fort Washington) 
Water, from 185 Bridge to Miller's river 
Waterhouse, from 17 Garden to 11 North avenue 
Watson, from 49 Brookline to 40 Pearl 
Waverly, from Henry to Hamilton 
Webster avenue, from 49 Hampshire to Somerville line 
Wendell, from 58 North avenue to Carver 
West, from 53 In man to Lee [Brookline 

Westacott court, from Walnut, north, between Pearl and 
Western avenue, from 622 Main, Central square, to Brigh- 
ton line 
White, from Union square to Elm in Somerville, Ward 5 
Whitney's court, from 8 Essex 
Willard, from 114 Brattle to 185 Mt. Auburn 
Willard court, from 19 Foster 
Willard street court, from 18 Willard 
William, from 37 Pearl to 26 River 
Willow place, from 345 Cambridge to Somerville line 
Winsor, from 403 Main to Somerville line 
Winter, from 206 Bridge to 4 Fifth 
Winthrop,*from 33 Holyoke to 8 Eliot 
Winthrop square, corner 94- Mt. Auburn and Brighton 
Worcester, from 59 Columbia to 54 Norfolk 
Wright, from 69 North avenue to 8 Norton 
Wyeth, from 79 Concord avenue to 106 Garden 



HALLS, BUILDINGS, BLOCKS, &c. 

Agassiz Building, Sacramento, cor. Oxford 

Almshouse, Tannery 

Baldwin's block, Main, near West Boston bridge 

Beacon Building, Cambridge, corner Springfield 

Beacon Hall, Cambridge, corner Springfield 

Boyle's block, from 34 Charles 

Brewer's block, Brattle square 

Brimmer block, Harvard, near G. J. R. R. 

Broadway block, Broadway, near Main 

Brooks buildings, Main, L. P. 

City Hall, 666 Main 

Clark's block, 497 Main 

Concordia Hall, 200 Cambridge 



CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 



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Conservatory Hall, 4 Lee, corner Main 

Court House, Third, corner Otis, E. C. 

Cuddy's block, 159 Columbia 

Dolton's block, Harvard, corner Linden 

Douglass block, Main, corner Essex 

Dunham's block, 872 to 878 Main 

Emmet Hall, 6 Brattle 

Forester's Hall, Main, corner Winsor 

Foster's block, 87 Main 

Freemason's Hall, Dunster, near Harvard square 

G. A. R. Hall (post 57), 99 Cambridge, East Cambridge 

G. A. R. Hall (post 56), Palmer, corner Brattle 

Gault's block, Pleasant, near Fairmount 

Hannum's block, Broadway, near G. J. R. R. 

Harugari Hall, Sixth, corner Spring 

Harvard, or Little's block, Harvard square, cor. Dunster 

Henderson's block, North avenue, opposite Walden 

Hews block, Western avenue, n. Putnam avenue 

Hixon's block, Pearl ■ 

Hixon's new block, 17 Magazine 

House of Correction, Thorndike, E. C. 

Hovey's block, 402 Main 

Hyde's block, Main, opposite Central square 

Institute Hall, 107 Cambridge 

Irving Hall, 555 Main 

Kernan's block, rear 13 to 17 Charles River 

Lamson's block, rear 42 Essex 

Lechmere block, Bridge, junction Cambridge 

Lechmere Bank building, Cambridge, corner Second 

Lechmere building, Cambridge, junction Bridge 

Linehan's block, Third, near Winter 

Little's block, same as Harvard block 

Long's block, rear 134 Broadway 

Lyceum building, Harvard square, corner Brattle 

Lyceum Hall, Lyceum building, Harvard square 

Main block, Main, corner Pearl 

Malone's block, 189 and 191 Hampshire 

Masonic block, Main, near Temple 

Masonic Hall, 53 Cambridge, East Cambridge 

Masonic Hall, 633 Main, Cambridgeport 

Masonic Hall, 149 North avenue, North Cambridge 

Melledge's block, Main, corner Norfolk 

Memorial Hall, 547 Main, corner Norfolk 

Moore's block, Mt. Auburn, corner Charles River 

Moore's block, North avenue, near Walden 

Moore's building, 6 to 8 Brattle 

Odd Fellows' Hall, 85 Cambridge, East Cambridge 

Odd Fellows' Hall, 583 Main, Cambridgeport 

Odd Fellows' Hall, Holyoke, corner Main 



28 CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 

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Osborn's block, State 
Potter's block, 187 to 199 North avenue 
Pythian Hall, Hyde's block, 603 Main 
Ramsay's building, 1 Brattle 
Reed's block, 41 Cedar 

Rogers' block, Main, between Washington, and Brewery 
Saunders' block, 38 to 42 North avenue 
Shea's block, 151 to 155 Bridge 
Shepherd's block, rear 10 Charles River 
Shepherd's block, 9 Charles River 
Smart's building, rear 386 Main 

Sons of Temperance Hall, Lechmere Bank building, Cam- 
bridge, East Cambridge 
Squire's block, Squire's court, from 164 Gore 
State Arsenal, Chauncy, corner Concord avenue 
Stone's block, 27 to 35 Blackstone 
Stratton's block, Cambridge, near Fifth 
Swiney's block, Gore, near Fifth 
Symond's block, 24 DeWolf 

Temperance Hall, Union square, North Cambridge 
Temple block, Main, corner Temple 
Temple Hall, Temple, corner Main 
Union Hall, 631 Main, nearly opposite Central square 
Viles block, Main, corner Pioneer, L. P. 
Vining's block, Main, corner Austin [Corner 

Waitt's Hall, Cambridge, junction Hampshire, At wood's 
Warland block, Harvard 
Washington Hall, Wood's block, 573 Main 
Watson's block, 560 Main 
Webster Hall, Main, corner Norfolk 
Welch's block, North, opposite N. E. Glass Works 
Wellington Hall, Pearl 

Wheatland's block, Cambridge, junction Bridge 
Whitney's block, 465 Main 
Whitney's building, Brattle square 
Wood's block, Main, opposite Pearl 



COLLEGE BUILDINGS, &c. 

Alumni Hall, junc. Kirkland, Quincy, and Cambridge 

Appleton Chapel, College yard 

Astronomical Observatory, Garden, opp. Linnaaan 

Botanic Garden, Garden, corner Linnasan 

Boylston Hall, College yard 

College House, 1 to 13 Harvard row 

Dane Hall, College yard 



CAMBEIDGE DIRECTORY. 29 

Divinity Hall, Divinity avenue 

Gore Hall, College yard 

Gray's Hall, College yard 

Harvard Gymnasium, junction Broadway, Quincy, and 

Cambridge 
Harvard Hall, College yard 
Holden Chapel, College yard 
Hollis Hall, College yard 
Holyoke House, 450 to 458 Harvard 
Lawrence Hall, Brattle, near Mason 
Lawrence Scientific School, Kirkland, cor. Holmes place 
Massachusetts Hall, College yard 

Matthews Hall, College yard [Oxford 

Museum of Comparative Zoology, Divinity avenue and 
Stoughton Hall, College yard 
Thayer Hall, College yard 
University Hall, College yard 
Wadsworth House, College yard 
Weld Hall, College yard ■ 
Zoological Hall, Divinity avenue 



WHABVES. 

Boynton's wharf, 48 Bridge, East Cambridge 

Brooks wharf, 221 Bridge 

Burrage, Shepherd & Co.'s wharf, Broadway, L. P. 

City wharf, Main, opp. Dock 

College wharf, foot of Dunster 

Day & Collins wharf, Main, near Pioneer, L. P. 

Gale & Wood's wharf, Main, L. P. 

Gas wharf, foot of Bath 

Gas wharf, Third, near Broad canal 

Hall's wharf, foot of East street, E. C. 

Hasting's wharf, East, near Bridge, E. C. 

Holmes & Rugg's wharf, River, near City Mills 

Holt's wharf, East, near Bridge, E. C. 

Hubbard's wharf, foot of Charles river 

Luke & Bent's wharf, Main, near Pioneer 

N. E. Glass House wharf, foot of North 

Revere Sugar Refinery wharf, foot of Water 

Sanborn's wharf, Bridge, near Cambridge, E. C. 

Smith's wharf, Main, nearly opp. Dock 

Tower's wharf, rear 139 Broadway 

Warren's wharf, Bridge street, next to Craigie's bridge 

Wellington H. & Co.'s wharf, Bridge, n. Craigie's bridge 

Wy man's wharf, east end of Craigie's bridge 

Winthrop wharf, foot of DeWolf 



30 CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 

CEMETERIES. 

Cambridge, Coolidge avenue, near Watertown line 
Catholic, Spruce, opposite Jackson 
Mt. Auburn, Mt. Auburn street, near Watertown line 
Old Burying ground, Ward 1, North avenue, opp. College 
grounds, B. F. Wyeth, superintendent. 



BRIDGES. 

Brookline Bridge, from Brookline street, Cambridgeport, 
to Brookline [to Brighton 

Cambridge Great Bridge, from Brighton street, Cambridge, 

Craigie Bridge, from Cambridge street, East Cambridge, 
to Boston 

Prison Point Bridge, from Prison Point road, East Cam- 
bridge to Charlestown [Brighton 

River-street Bridge, from River street, Cambridgeport, to 

West Boston Bridge, from Main street, Cambridgeport, to 
Boston [to Brighton 

Western av. Bridge, from Western av., Cambridgeport, 



WARD BOUNDARIES. 

WARD 1. Beginning at the boundary line between 
Cambridge and Belmont, on Concord avenue, thence by 
the centre of Concord avenue to Bond street, thence by 
the centre of said street to Garden street, thence by the 
centre of Garden street to Shepard street, thence by the 
centre of Shepard street to North avenue, thence by the 
centre of North avenue to Sacramento street, thence by 
the centre of Sacramento street to the boundary line be- 
tween Cambridge and Somerville, thence by said boundary 
line to a point which would be struck by the central line 
of Dana street if extended northerly to said boundary 
line, thence by a line to Dana street, and by the centre of 
Dana street to Main street, thence by the centre of Main 
street to Mount Auburn street, thence by the centre of 
Mount Auburn street to Putnam 'avenue, thence by the 
centre of Putnam avenue to Western avenue, thence by 
the centre of Western avenue to the boundary line be- 
tween Cambridge and Brighton, thence by said boundary 
line to the boundary line between Cambridge and Water- 



CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 31 

town, thence by the last-mentioned boundary line to the 
boundary line between Cambridge and Belmont, thence 
by the last-mentioned boundary line to the point begun at. 

WARD 2. Beginning at the boundary line between 
Cambridge and Somerville, at a point which would be 
struck by the central line of Dana street, if extended 
northerly to said boundary line, thence by a line to Dana 
street and by the centre of Dana street to Main street, 
thence through the centre of Main street to Norfolk street, 
thence by the centre of Norfolk street to Washington 
street, thence by .the centre of Washington street to the 
junction of Washington and Main streets, thence by a line 
at a right angle southerly to the water, thence by the 
water to the mouth of Broad canal, thence by the centre 
of Broad canal to North canal, thence by the centre of 
North canal, and northerly, in a line continued therefrom 
to the boundary line between Cambridge and Somerville,* 
thence by said boundary line to the point begun at. 

WARD 3. Beginning at the mouth of Broad canal, 
thence by the centre of Broad canal to North canal, 
thence by the centre of North canal and northerly in a 
line continued therefrom, to the boundary line between 
Cambridge and Somerville, thence by said boundary line 
to the waters of Charles river, thence by the water to the 
point begun at. 

WARD 4. Beginning at the boundary line between 
Cambridge and Brighton, on Western avenue, thence 
through the centre of Western avenue to Putnam avenue, 
thence through the centre of Putnam avenue to Mount 
Auburn street, thence through the centre of Mount Auburn 
street to Main street, thence through the centre of Main 
street to Norfolk street, thence through the centre of Nor- 
folk street to Washington street, thence through the centre 
of Washington street to the junction of Washington and 
Main streets, thence by a line at a right angle southerly 
to the water, thence by the water to the point begun at. 

WARD 5. Beginning at the boundary line between 
Cambridge and Belmont, on Concord avenue, thence by 
the centre of Concord avenue to Bond street, thence by 
the centre of said street to Garden street, thence by the 
centre of Garden street to Shepard, thence by the centre 
of Shepard street to North avenue, thence by the centre 
of North avenue to Sacramento street, thence by the centre 
of Sacramento street to the boundary line between Cam- 
bridge and Somerville, thence by said boundary line to 
the boundary line between Cambridge and Arlington, 
thence by the said last mentioned boundary line to the 
point begun at. 



32 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



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Dealer in first-class 

116 CAMBRIDGE ST.. EAST CAMBRIDGE. 

Only agent in Cambridge for the Singer Sewing Machines. All 
kinds of Sewing Machines repaired. 

AGENT FOR E. BUTTERICK'H PATTERNS. 

No. 113 Cambridge St., E. Cambridge, Mass. 

DRY GOODS & fiflLLlMERY. 

Also, Agent for Mine. DEMOREST'S PATTERNS. 

CHAPMAN <£ COCAK, 

CARPENTERS # SIGN MAKERS, 

11 GORE STREET, 

1AST CAMBRIDGE. 




All Orders promptly attended to. 



ROBERT WEITZE, 

Manufacturer of all kinds of 

SAUSACES. 

ALSO, DEALERS IN 

Meats and Vegetables. 

Cor. Thorndike and Eighth Streets, EAST CAMBRIDGE. 



AliBj ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 



E. 





Offices in Boston, 91 Kilby St., 8 and 10 

Court Square, 57 Kingston, and 

30 Brattle Streets. 

OFFICE IN EAST CAMBRIDGE P. 0. 

Personal attention paid to moving Furniture and Pianos. 

ORDERS SOLICITED. RESIDENCE, 67 OTIS STREET. 



CAMBRIDGE 

DIRECTORY, 

3L &V ®» 

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ABBREVIATIONS USED IN THIS DIRECTORY. 

Ab., above; agt., agent; asst., assistant; av., avenue; b. or bds., boards; bet., 
between; bldg., building; blk., block; (B.) Boston ; com. mer., commission 
merchant; c. or cor., corner; ct., court; Ep. Theo. School, Episcopal Theolog- 
ical School; h., house; lab., laborer; L. P., Lower Port; H. U., Harvard Uni- 
versity; mkr., maker; mnfr., manufacturer; M. & H. Organ Co., Mason & 
Hamlin Organ Co. ; n., near; opp., opposite; pi., place: P. O., Post Office; 
pres., president; rd., road; Rev., reverend; r., rear; st., street; sec, secretary; 
sq., square; supt., superintendent; treas., treasurer; (U. S. N.), United States 
Navy; (U. S. A.), United States Army; U. R. Co., Union Railway Company; 
whol., wholesale; wid., widow; whf., wharf. 

AARON MOSS, cigarmaker, house 65 Washington 

Aaron Solomon, cigarmaker, house 9 Seventh 

Abbot Anne W. Miss, boards 23 Berkeley 

Abbot Elias B., teamster, boards 10-East 

Abbot Eugene B., lumber (14 State B.), h. 37 Inman 

Abbot Ezra, Bussey Prof, of New Testament criticism, 

and interpretation, H. U., h. 23 Berkeley 
Abbot Francis E., editor "Index," (1 Tremont place, B.), 

house 56 Shepard [Berkeley 

Abbott William F., teacher (40 Winter, B.), boards 21 
Abbott Brazillian C, coffinmaker Lockhart's, house at So. 

Boston [41 Clark 

Abbott Chas. S., piano key maker, 139 Broadway, house 
Abbott Edward, clergyman, house Channing 
Abbott Edward M., house 7 Chauncy 
Abbott Elizabeth' C, wid. of Jesse B., h. 11 Suffolk 
Abbott George H., train dispatcher B. & A. R. R., house 

5 Dickinson 
Abbott George W., house 294 Harvard 
Abbott Horatio N., engineer, Bridge, cor. Third, house 

154 Cambridge 

BUSINESS SUITS, °a^;JS?S££S3S?«>- 



34 CAMBRIDGE [A] DIRECTORY. 

Abbott John, confectionery, etc., 251 Broadway, house 

86 Moore 
Abbott John P., printer, house 414 Cambridge 
Abbott Joseph, clerk (B.), house 8 Douglass 
Abbott Levi B., machinist, house 122 Auburn 
Abbott Lucy K. Mrs., boarding, 5 Dickinson 
Abbott Wm. A., foreman J. P. Squire & Co., h. 168 Gore 
Abele Frank, currier F. Fischer's, house Tannery 
Abele Valentine, currier F. Fischer's, boards F. Abele's, 

Tannery 
Abercrombie Daniel W., student H. IT., rooms 26 Brattle 

square 
Abercrombie Sarah G., wid. of Milo B., h. 26 Brattle sq. 
Abercrombie Talulah G. Miss, teacher Quincy primary 

school, boards 26 Brattle square 
Aberle Jacob, cooper, house 169 Spring 
Aberle John, cooper, boards 169 Spring 
Abrams Daniel, laborer, boards 131 Pleasant 
Abroe Mary Ann, widow, house 37 Willard 
Ackerman Temperance Mrs., house 324 Harvard 
Ackers John L. P., pointer, boards 49 River 
Ackers Sarah A., widow of John, house 24 Jay 
Ackers William H., printer, house 24 Jay 
Adam Alexander, blacksmith, house 222 Broadway 
Adams Albert, mason, house 17 Winthrop 
Adams Alexander L., house 12 Story 
Adams Charles J., deputy jailer and master House of Cor- 
rection, house Thorndike, cor. Third 
Adams Charles T., student H. IT., rooms 13 Kirkland pi. 
Adams Chas. W., bookkeeper (22 Sudbury, B.), house 

442 Broadway 
Adams David J., jr., hat and clothes cutter, bds. 70 Second 
Adams Dean J., at J. P. Squire & Co., h. 110 Otis 
Adams E. French, bookkeeper (70 Chauncy, B.), boards 

91 Thorndike 
Adams Frances A. Miss, h. 7 Pioneer avenue 
Adams Frank S., clerk (60 Summer, B.), bds. 57 Spring 
Adams Harry H., inspector (Custom House, B.), house 

104 Thorndike 
Adams Helen Mrs., house 3 Wallace 
Adams Henry, assistant Professor Df History, H. IT., rooms 

3 Wadsworth House 
Adams James, laborer, house 161 Thorndike 
Adams James, laborer, boards 22 Fairmont 
Adams James, teamster, boards 243 Broadway 
Adams James S., printer, boards 77 River 
Adams John, brassfinisher, house 162 Otis 

JD PROM API/ Millinery and Straw Goods, nnCTnM 
. D. UnlHYlAUIV, JVo. 26 Temple Place, DUO I UN. 



CAMBRIDGE [A] DIRECTORY. 35 

ADAMS JOHN P., gasfixtures, 12 Harvard row,, house 

12 Shepard 
Adams J. French (Adams & Menard), stairbuilder, 

Seventh, corner Cambridge, house 91 Thorndike 
Adams J. Getney, bookkeeper (136 South Market, B.), 

house Wallace, near Garden [Somerville 

Adams Lyman M., carriagepainter, 446 Main, boards at 
Adams Margaret, widow of John, house Fairmont 
Adams Mehitable, widow, house 339 Broadway 
Adams Reuben A., auctioneer, house 322 North avenue 
Adams Susan F. Mrs., house 349 Broadway 
Adams Theodore P., teacher High school, Broadway, h. 

at Boston 
Adams William R. (Wm. R. Adams & Co.), fancy goods, 

106 Cambridge, house do. 
Adams Wm. R. & Co. (W. R. Adams and Oliver H. 

Durrell), fancy goods, 106 Cambridge 
Adams & Menard (J. French Adams & John H. Menard), 

stairbuilders, Seventh, corner Cambridge 
Adamski Andrew, cabinetmaker, house 114 Third 
Aeger-Edmund, laborer, house Clifton 
Agassiz Alexander E. R., curator Zoological Museum, and 

(67 Milk, B.), boards 36 Quincy 
Agassiz Elizabeth, widow of Louis, house 36 Quincy 
Agust Seth, laborer, house 84 Third 
Ahearn Dennis, laborer, house 57 Amory 
Ahearn Eugene, laborer, house 152 Bridge 
Ahearn James, cigarmaker, house 452 Cambridge 
Ahearn Mary, widow, house 104 Third 
Ahearn Maurice, laborer, house 149 Dublin 
Ahearn Richard, blacksmith J. W. Gerry, boards Dublin, 

corner Spruce 
Ahearn Thomas, marbleworker, house 41 Jefferson 
Ahearn Timothy, baker, house 170 Franklin 
Ahern John F., carver, boards 291 Cambridge 
Ahern Michael, painter, house 163 Columbia 
Ahern Michael, bricklayer, house 2 Baldwin place 
Ahern William, carver Braman, Shaw & Co., house 291 

Cambridge 
Aiken Charles H., clerk, Cambridge, opposite Distillhouse, 

boards 152 Spring 
Aiken John A., law student, boards 14 Ware 
Aiken Joseph M. (Aiken & Woodard), charcoal, hay and 

straw, Cambridge, opp. Distillhouse, house 152 Spring 
Aiken & Woodard (Joseph M. Aiken and Jonas Wood- 
ard), charcoal, hay and straw, Cambridge, opposite 

Distillhouse 

DRESS SUITS. 43 ° C S T ,X? " 0. R BILLING^ 



36 CAMBRIDGE [A] DIRECTORY. 

Aikens Patrick, stonemason, house 323 Cambridge 
Aikins William H., teamster, house 4 Gray place 
Akerley Alfred, waiter, boards 7 Appian way 
Akerley Margaret, widow of Porter, house 7 Appian way 
Akerman M. Louise Miss, teacher Riverside primary school, 

boards 9 Sumner 
Albee Sumner, attorney (20 Court, B.), house 30 Essex 
Alberts Albert, laborer, house 34 Charles 
Alberts Clement P., clerk Revere Sugar Refinery, boards 

34 Charles 
Alden Albert, house 59 Spring 
Alden Amos, asst. warden, Almshouse, boards do. 
Alden Ann Mrs., confectionery, etc., 546 Main, house do. 
Alden Charles A., oil (181 Broad, B.), boards 18 Hancock 
Alden Fannie L., music teacher, house 471 Main 
Alden Frank, printer, boards 99 Mt. Auburn 
Alden George A., com. mer. (190 Congress B.), house 317 

Harvard 
Alden James B. (32 Broad, B.), house 4 Langdon 
Alden Joseph W., house 4 Langdon 
Alden Julius E. Mrs., dressmaker, house 471 Main 
Alden Sophia D., widow of Elbridge G., h. 18 Hancock 
Alden Thomas, bookbinder, house 546 Main 
Alden William R., plasterer, h. 2 Symonds block, DeWolf 
Alden William T., flyiinisher M. & H. Organ Co., house 

438 Main 
Alexander Abram, grocer, 637 Main, bds. 32 Western av. 
Alexander Daniel, laborer, house 93 Elm 
Alexander Giles R., carpenter, house 148 Pleasant 
Alexander Hugh, hostler F. A. Kennedy, house 3 Green 
Alexander James, laborer, house 44 DeWolf 
Alexander James A., engineer, house 25 Gore 
Alexander J. Scott, policeman, station 2, h. 10 Brookline 
Alexander Thomas, printer, house 15 Summer 
Alfred Frank E., law student, rooms 62 Trowbridge 
Alger Alpheus B., student H. XL, boards E. A. Alger's, 

Mt. Vernon 
Alger Arthur M., clerk (Somerville), bds. 33 Sacramento 
ALGER EDWIN A., lawyer (13 Court sq., B.), house 

Mt. Vernon 
Alger Frederick W., clerk, bds. E. A. Alger's, Mt. Vernon 
Alger Morton, house 33 Sacramento 
Alghieri Simon, caterer, house 56 Worcester 
Allan Geo. T., cook, basement 559 Main, bds. do. 
Allan Thomas, machinist, boards Pearl 
Allard Benjamin H., express, house 11 William 
Allard Charles N., baker, house 22 Brooks place 

SPRING BEDS w&PSStiEffi&B, B *?i r o %&ffl£ a ' 



CAMBKIDGE [A] DIRECTORY. 37 

Allen Albert F., clerk, 356 Main, h. 250 Broadway 

Allen Ann, widow of Robert, house 11 Fifth 

Allen Alexander V. G. Rev., Prof. Episcopal Theological 

School, house 3 Mason 
Allen Benjamin F., house 10 Norton 
Allen Caleb C, house 26 Columbia 
Allen Caroline N. Mrs., dressmaker, house 10 Norton 
Allen Catherine, widow of John C, h. 102 Brookline 
Allen Charles G., clerk (127 State, B.), bds. 69 Brattle 
Allen Charles P., stairbuilcler, house 203 Hampshire 
Allen Christopher, laborer, house 200 Norfolk 
Allen Daniel, boilermaker, house 7 Pioneer place 
Allen Edward E., telegraph operator, bds. 203 Hampshire 
Allen Eliza, widow, house 412 Cambridge 
Allen Fannie Miss, teacher Thorndike Grammar school, 

boards 11 Fifth 
Allen Frank A., Oriental Tea Co. (85 Court, B.), h. 782 

Main 
Allen Gardner W., student H. XL, rooms 43 Gray's Hall 
Allen George, currier, boards 112 Oxford 
Allen George, tinsmith, bds. rear 203 Franklin 
Allen George, pressman Welch, Bigelow & Co., house 4 

Charles River 
Allen Geo. H., keymaker M. & H. Organ Co. 
Allen Harlen P., carpenter, bds. 203 Hampshire 
Allen Henry George, proofreader J. Wilson & Son, house 

14 Ware 
Allen Horace G., law student, boards 14 Ware 
Allen James, blacksmith F. O. Henley & Co., h. Franklin 
Allen James H., tailor (B.), house 116 Inman 
Allen Jeremiah, laborer, house Porter, near Harding 
Allen Joel A., asst. in Museum of Comparative Zoology, 

house 53 Oxford 
Allen John B., blacksmith, 368 Main, house 22 Lopez 
Allen Joseph H., clergyman, house 5 Garden 
Allen J. Addison (Allen & Scott), provisions, 35 River, 

house 9 Rockwell 
.Allen Mary, widow of Henry, house 51 Gore 
Allen Mary, widow of Jonathan, house 7 William 
Allen Richard M. (56 Devonshire, B.), bds. 5 Garden 
Allen Robert, glasscutter, boards 42 Winter 
Allen Russell C., student, boards 5 Garden 
Allen Susan, widow, house 3 Lamson block, Essex 
Allen Thomas, ship chandler (China), h. 16 Boardman 
Allen Thomas, machinist, boards Pearl, near Green 
Allen Wilkes, dentist, 69 Brattle, house do. 
Allen William, surveyor, boards 412 Cambridge 

FANCY SUITS, ^-S» B A^Sr^, CAMBRIDGE. 



38 CAMBRIDGE [A] DIRECTORY. 

Allen Wra. B., principal Morse grammar school (Som- 

erville), house 282 North avenue 
Allen William H. B., superintendent Whitney dyewood 

mills, house 13 Market 
Allen William Martin, paper ruler (^299 Washington, B.), 

house 16 Squire's court 
Allen & Scott (J. Addison Allen and Geo. R. Scott), pro- 
visions, 35 River 
Alley Elliott E., upholsterer, house 131 Thorndike 
Alley Emma B , teacher Training School, bds. 17 Upton 
Alley W. Frank, traveling salesman, 503 Main, boards 82 

Magazine 
Allison Geo. A., paints and oils (29 India, B.), house 

Coggswell avenue, corner Mead 
Allon Henry, laborer, house Belmont, near Cedar 
Allyn Rebecca P. Mrs., house 5 Berkeley 
Almorth Gustav, telescope maker, house 105 Allston 
Alphan Garrat, soapmaker, house 122 Brookline 
Alphan James, teamster, house 122 Brookline 
Ambrose John L., second assistant clerk of Courts, Court 

House, East Cambridge, boards 74 Otis 
Ambrose Lorenzo, woodcarver, h. Charles, n. Sixth 
Ambrosi Toni, carver, house Vine, cor. Sixth 
Amee Ellen, widow of John, house 894 Main 
Amee Lucy A., widow of Jacob, house 894 Main 
Amee William A., clerk, 5 Harvard sq., bds. 894 Main 
American Net and Twine Co. (James S. Shepherd, John 

W. Fairbanks, Wra. Stowe, Marshall N. Rice, Andrew 

A. French, and Sally Nickerson), nets and twines, 

Third, office 43 Commercial, Boston 
American Ship Chandlery Co. (Wm. H. Greene and 

Michael R. Hanley), Wm. H. Greene, agent, ship 

chandlery, hardware, and galvanizing of iron, 21 

Hampshire, cor. Portland 
Ames Chas. E., driver U. R. Co., house 3 Frank 
Ames James B., assistant professor of law H. U., rooms 

"69 Brattle 
Ames John G., carpenter, house 23 Front 
Ames Timothy, captain of police, station No. 1, house 28 

Mellen 
Ammidon Philip R., paperhangings (2 A, Hamilton pi., B.), 

h. Orchard, cor. Tenney 
Anderson Adolph, laborer, house 53 Clark 
Anderson Alexander, laborer, house 5 Sparks 
Anderson Alexander, woodturner, bds. 13 School 
Anderson Arabella Mrs., boardinghouse, 69 Mt. Auburn 
Anderson Charles, laborer, h. rear 80 Brighton 

J, B. CROMACK, Feathers and Flowers, T^llce. BOSTON. 



CAMBRIDGE [A] DIRECTORY. 39 

Anderson Charles E., carriagepainter, 446 Main, boards 

42 Winsor 
Anderson Eliza Miss, dressmaker, house 59 Third 
Anderson Elizabeth, widow of Benjamin, h. 9 Seventh 
Anderson Frank E., assistant professor of Greek H. U., 

rooms 7 Matthews Hall 
Anderson Frank K., clerk, 35 River, bds. 11 Elmer 
Anderson Henry, carpenter, boards 449 Cambridge 
Anderson James, bootmaker, house rear 20 Foster 
Anderson James, teamster, house rear 80 Brighton 
Anderson James, carpenter, Palmer, n. Brattle, house 15 

Brewer 
Anderson James, jr., carpenter, boards 15 Brewer 
Anderson James, laborer, house 6 South 
Anderson John, slater, house rear 17 Baldwin 
Anderson John, clerk A. Wood, bds. Garden street court 
Anderson Mary J., widow, house 53 Clark 
Anderson Matthew, carpenter, house 11 Elmer 
Anderson Matthew, printer, house Raymond, n. Linnean 
Anderson Pierre, carpenter, boards 97 River 
Anderson Robert, clerk, Memorial Hall, h. 15 Brewer 
Anderson Stephen, brassmoulder, (33 Hawkins, B.), h. 

118 Spring 
Anderson Thomas, painter, house 327 Cambridge 
Anderson William, glasscutter, house 12 Fourth 
Anderson William, printer J. Wilson & Son, boards 4 

Charles River 

Anderson , student H. U., rooms 30 Mt. Auburn 

Andrew Frank, polisher, house 105 Fourth 

Andrews Geo. B., teamster, house 107 Otis 

Andrews James H., cabinetmaker, bds. 33 Cambridge 

Andrews John, bookbinder, boards 21 Cottage 

Andrews John D., casemaker M. & H. Organ Co., house 

233^ Broadway [av. 

Andrews Launcelot, student H. XL, bds. 27 Ellsworth 
Andrews Mary, widow, house 171 Winsor 
Andrews Mary E. Miss, teacher private school, 29 Ever- 
ett, boards do. 
ANDREWS ROBERT M., painter, Palmer, n. Church, 

h. 2 Shepherd's block, Charles River 
Andrews Robert R., dentist, Whitney's bldg., 23 Brattle 

square, h. 834 Main 
Andrews Samuel, printer, boards 77 River 
Andrews Samuel G., proofreader, Riverside, h. 77 River 
Andrews William E., tinsmith, house 25 Prince 
Andrews William H., hardware dealer, Henderson's blk., 

North Cambridge, h. Day, Somerville line 

IMPORTED GOODS, AT »S&S2a« s '- 430 Harmrt St. 



40 CAMBRIDGE [A] DIRECTORY. 

Andrews William K., wheelwright J. A. Henderson, h. 
at Somerville [90>^ Inman 

Andros Henry S., druggist and apothecary, 641 Main, h. 
Angier Everett M., teamster, 17 East, bds. 10 East 
Anglim James, laborer, house 5 Flagg court 
Anglin John, varnisher, h. Third, near Gas Works 
Anglin Michael, laborer, h. Flagg, near Banks 
Anglin Sarah, widow, house 10 Hastings 
Amiable Mary E. Mrs., house 28 Spring 
Ansell Stevens H., galvanizer, house 233 Franklin 
Anshelm John H., boot and shoemaker, 158 Harvard, 

house do. 
Ansorge Alfred E., organ regulator, h. 5 Ashburton pi. 
Anthony John G., ass't professor Zoological Museum, h. 

96 Franklin 
Apel Frederick, currier, house Ninth, near Cambridge 
Appleby Joseph H., organmaker, house 37 Erie 
Appleby Mark H., laborer, house 4 Long's block 
Applegate Judson A. (L. Pratt & Co.), jeweler, 475 Main, 

house 11 State 
Appleton C. Frank, clerk (122 Court, B.), h. 56 Dana 
Appleton Charles T. P., shoedealer (122 Court, B. ), h. 

67 Dana 
Appleton Henry K., jr., apothecary, 105 Cambridge, h. 

148 do. 
Appleton John H., student H. U., boards 67 Dana 
Appleton J. Warren, house 180 Harvard 
Appleton S. H. Mrs., house 19 Everett 
Appleton Warren J., house and signpainter (75 Devon- 
shire, B.), h. 12 Cottage 
Applin Benjamin, stairbuilder, house 7 Dover 
Applin Clarence S., house 131 North avenue 
Applin Sumner (Braman, Shaw & Co.), furniture mnfr., 

54 Bridge, house 131 North avenue 
Apsey Wm. S., pastor North Cambridge Baptist Society, 

house 11 Coggswell avenue 
Apthorp Harrison O., teacher of elocution, h. 17 Putnam 

avenue 
Apthorp Harrison O., jr., student H. U., rooms 17 Put- 
nam avenue 
Apthorp John V., clerk (4 Exchange place, B.), rooms 17 

Putnam avenue 
Arakelyan Jacob J., printer, boards 82 Magazine 
Archambeau Alfred, gardener, h. Kirkland, cor. Baldwin 
Archibald Thomas, lather, house 192 Norfolk 
Arey Charles, currier, boards 91 Chestnut 
Arey David B., currier, house 91 Chestnut 

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CAMBEIDGE [A] DIKECTOET. 41 

Arey Reuben, jr., leather (95 High, B.), h. 132 Austin 

Arkerson Albert, ropemaker, house 12 Park 

Arkerson Charles A., clerk, (96 Hanover, B.), boards 85 

River 
Arkerson Francis, ropemaker, house 3 Long's block, rear 

136 Broadway 
Arkerson George, boards 85 River 
Arkerson John, laborer, house 10 Willard court 
Arkerson Leonard, rope manfr. (Brighton), h. 85 River 
Arkerson M. Etta Miss, teacher Training school, boards 

85 River 
Armstrong Asa, cabinetmaker, 77 Main, h. at Somerville 
Armstrong Charles, lithographer Riverside Press, house 

48 Pleasant 
Armstrong Henrietta, widow, house 50 Cherry 
Armstrong Henry, furniture polisher G. Woods & Co., 

boards 6 Green 
Armstrong Jane, widow of James, washerwoman, house 

15 Dyke 
Armstrong James, clergyman, house 67 Mt. Auburn 
Armstrong James, laborer, house 11 K Lopez 
Armstrong John, laborer, house rear Mt. Auburn, near 

Elmwood avenue 
Armstrong Mary A., widow of Wm. C, house 24 Cherry 
Armstrong Osmon S., machinist, boards 67 Mt. Auburn 
Armstrong Samuel, clerk, 195 Cambridge, boards 133 

Cambridge 
Armstrong Samuel, cooper (Atlantic avenue, foot of 

Richmond, B.), boards 186 Norfolk 
Armstrong William, marbleworker, house 28 Vine 
Armyle Patrick, laborer, boards 7 Hayes court 
Arno Oliver H., regulator M. & H. Organ Co., house 225 

Broadway 
Arnold George, coal (86 Water, B.), h. 58 Mt. Auburn 
Arnold George A., ass't librarian law school H. U., bds. 

62 Trowbridge 
Arnold George B., teamster, house 119 Spring 
Arnold Gershom E., boquet maker Hovey & Co., boards 

80 Inman 
Arnold George Henry, boards 58 Mt. Auburn 
Arnold Jane Miss, dressmaker, house 90 Auburn 
Arnold John H., librarian Harvard law school, house 62 

Trowbridge [bldg., B.), h. 5 Park 

Arnold Joseph W., bookseller and publisher (4 Studio 
Arnold Margaret Miss, nurse, house 90 Auburn 
Arnold Samuel S., hide and leather dealer (12 Matthews, 

B.), house 741 Main 

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42 CAMBRIDGE [A] DIRECTORY. 

Arnold Thomas, carpenter, house 4 Lincoln 

Artemus John, baker, house Warren, near Porter 

Artesani Alfred, shoemaker, house 17 Walnut court 

Arteson William, laborer, house 161 Broadway 

Ash Charles W., yardmaster Bostou & Lowell R. R., h. 

30 Second 
Ash John T., machinist, 12 Gore, house at Somerville 
Ashburner Annie Miss, house 71 Kirkland 
Ashburner Grace Miss, house 71 Kirkland 
Ashcroft Joseph, carver, house 339 Main 
Ashley Luke P., clerk, 6 Brattle, boards 5 Daniel's court 
Ashman Peter, teamster, house 24 Donnell 
Atchinson Mitchell, carpenter, house 95 Webster avenue 
Athearn Lydia R., house 39 Essex 
Athearn Susan F., teacher Harvard Grammar school, 

room 5, boards 39 Essex 
Atherton Herrick, cooper, house 172 Gore 
Atherton Lewis B., painter L. & N. R. R. shop, house 115 

Spring 
Atkins Alexander, bar-tender, 111 Cambridge, h. 83 Gore 
Atkins Ellen, widow of Reuben, boards 1 Sixth 
Atkins Emilie E. Mrs., dressmaker, 563 Main, house do. 
Atkins Nathan K., billiards, 111 Cambridge, bds. 81 Gore 
Atkins Silas H., planer, house rear 59 Winter 
Atkins Walter, printer, boards R. M. Nicholson's, Lake 

View avenue 
Atkins William, carpenter, house 27 West 
Atkinson Andrew, porter, house 8 Hastings 
Atkinson Kinsman, clergyman, house 10 Appian way 
Atkinson Richard H., molder G. Woods & Co., h. at Boston 
Atkinson William D., painter, h. 11 Roger's blk., Main 
Atkinson William H., student H. U., bds. 10 Appian way 
Atwill Emeline N., widow of John B., house Russell, cor. 

North avenue 
Atwood Benjamin F., bookkeeper (70 Summer, B.), house 

60 Otis [133 Otis 

Atwood Charles H., ticketmaster B. L. & N. R. R., house 
Atwood David, oyster-dealer (32 Faneuil Hall sq., B.), 

house 79 Auburn 
Atwood Elizabeth M., widow of Stephen, h. 83 Pleasant 
Atwood Ephraim, bookkeeper (153 Tremont, B.), house 

89 Thorndike [5 Watson 

Atwood George M., clerk (Blackstone Market, B.), bds. 
Atwood Hiram H., hotel (Newport, R. I.), h. 67 Norfolk 
Atwood Lyman W., laborer, house 83 Pleasant 
Atwood Stephen W., trav. agent, house 95 Inman 
Atwood Warren H., law student, rooms 4 Mt. Auburn 

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CAMBRIDGE [g] DIRECTORY. 43 

Audette Thomas, laborer, house 134 Spruce 

Auerbach Maximilian, public library (Boylston, B.), house 

97 Inman 
Austin Alexander, laborer, house 30 Winter 
Austin Alfred G., printer, house 16 Upton 
Austin Bridget, widow, house 116 Fourth 
Austin Charles A., brushmaker (86 Chardon, B.), house 

185 Cambridge [Arlington 

Austin Edward P.. prof, of astronomy, H. U., house 15 
Austin George L., boards 7 Everett 
Austin James R., cabinetmaker, house r. 39 Union 
Austin Nathan N., butter maker, house 98 Pearl 
Austin Patrick, laborer, house 58 Winter 
Austin Robert, book agent, boards 12 Suffolk 
Austin Susan S., widow of Richard T., h. 21 Linnasan 
Austin Thomas, laborer, house 230 Bridge 
Authier Alphonso, potter, bds. Crescent av., n. pottery 
Authier Joseph, potter, h. Crescent av., n. pottery 
Averell Chas. B., boards 36 Moore 
Averell Charles H. (71 Hanover, B.), house 36 Moore 
Averell Geary C, carpenter, house 30 Upton 
Averell Leonard M. (64 Broad, B.), bds. 26 Upton 
Averill Arthur B., engineer, almshouse, Tannery, bds. do. 
Averill Joseph, carpenter, house 104 Norfolk 
Averill Joseph W., warden of city almshouse, Tannery, 

house do. [32 Broadway 

Avery Chas. B., commercial traveler (88 North, B.), bds. 
Avery John, teamster, house 32 Broadway 
Axmann Christiana, widow of John, h. 21 Seventh 
Axtman John, brassfinisher, house 46 Spring 
Ayer Frank, carpenter, boards Front 
Ayer Olive Mrs., house 7 Dover 

Ayers Addie A., bookkeeper N. E. Glass Co., bds. at Boston 
Ayers Andrew J., carpenter, house 22 Upton 
Ayers Ann, widow of William, house 47 Fifth 
Ayers Daniel, laborer, house 65 Elm 
Ayers Thomas, carver Braman, Shaw & Co., h. 50 Fifth 
Ayers William F., cabinetmaker (B.), house 47 Fifth 
Aylward James, liquors (wholesale), 6 Gore, house do. 
Aylward Richard, teamster, h. 102 Webster avenue 
Aylward William J., carpenter, h. Harvey, opp. Clay 

BABB CHAS. H., coach driver, bds. 108 Cambridge 
Babbitt Albert, bronzer (B.), house 105 Prospect 
Babbitt Maria P. Mrs., house 16 Wendell 
Babcock Frank H., varnish mnfr., bds. 21 Magazine 
Babcock Georgianna Mrs , house 35 Winsor 

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44 CAMBRIDGE [ft] DIRECTORY. 

Babcock John, copal varnish manufacturer (149 Milk, B.), 

house 21 Magazine 
Babcock John M. L. Rev., editor of " The New Age" 

(235 Washington, B.), h. 53 Holyoke 
Babcock Lysander F., varnish maker, h. 109 Western av. 
Bachelder Samuel H., britannia worker, h. 58 Gore 
Bachmann Herrmann, cigar mnfr., 25 Winter, h. do. 
Bachoff John, currier, h. Harvey, n. Montgomery 
Backus Ellen, widow, house 67 Washington 
Backus Frederick E., telegrapher, house 82 Green 
Backus Georgia L. Miss, teacher Felton primary school, 

boards 255 Broadway 
Bacon Allen J., sub-agent Redding's Russia salve, 25 Main, 

house 114 Norfolk [dike 

Bacon Charles Edwin, clerk, 436 Harvard, bds. 158 Thorn- 
Bacon Fred. P., Boston Daily Globe (238 Wash., B.), h. 

73 Magazine 
Bacon George, machinist, boards 130 Spring 
Bacon Henry A., mason, and drainpipe dealer, basement 

St. John's Institute Hall, rear 109 Cambridge, house 

116 Thorndike 
Bacon James S., clerk, house 2 Essex court 
Bacon Jason T., glasscutter, boards 158 Thorndike 
Bacon John D., tailor (74 Summer, B.), house 20 Elm 
Bacon John G., carriage painter, Church, corner Palmer, 

house 19 Wallace 
Bacon Leonard, instructor House of Correction, house 158 

Thorndike 
Bacon Lucy A., widow of Warren, house 17 Lee 
Bacon M. Clinton, clerk, College wharf, house Orchard, 

near Chester 
BACON ROBERT, shirt, collar and cuff manufactory, 

511 Main and at (Jacobs & Deane, under Tremont 

House, Boston), house 113 Washington 
Bacon Timothy W., boards 158 Thorndike 
Badger William H., organfinisher G. Woods & Co., house 

at Reading 
Bagan Patrick, currier Theo. Downings 
Bagley Cornelius, teamster, house 45 Reed 
Bagley Joanna, widow of Owen, house 22 Brewer 
Bagley John, shoemaker, house 128 Webster avenue 
Bagnell Joanna, widow of John, house 5 Vine 
Bahen Dennis, F. Draper & Co.'s, boards at Boston 
Bailey Alfred, mason, h. Waverly, east of Fort Washington 
Bailey Albert D., engineer B. L. & N. R. R., h. 62 Thorn- 
dike 
Bailey Geo. W., blank book maker, house 4 Tufts 



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CAMBRIDGE [$] DIRECTORY. 45 

Bailey Henry, painter, house 31 Front 

Bailey Henry, teamster, boards 56 Second 

Bailey Isaac W. (Isaac W. Bailey & Co.), carpenter, 88 

Auburn, house do. 
BAILEY ISAAC W. & CO. (Isaac W. Bailey and John 

W. McAloney), carpenters and builders, 88 Auburn 
Bailey Isaiah, mason, house Waverly, cor. Putnam av. 
Bailey Jacob L., stoves and tinware and new and second 

hand furniture, 67 Cambridge and 15 and 17 North 

Second, house 39 Second 
Bailey Josephine S., music teacher, house 88 Auburn 
Bailey Lewis, artesian wells, house 5 Elmer 
Bailey Samuel W., clerk, 67 Cambridge, house 39 Second 
Bailey Rishton T., bookkeeper Wm. Muller, h. Tannery 
Bailey Theodore, bookkeeper Wm. Muller, house at 

Arlington 
Bailey Theodore A., tinman, h. Waverly, cor. Putnam av. 
Bailey William, laborer L. R. R., house 5 Leighton court 
Baker Adah W. Miss, teacher Boardman primary school, 

boards 20 Bigelow 
Baker Alfred, brushmaker, 60 Cambridge, h. 65 Jackson 
Baker Arven T., engineer Bird's iron foundry, h. 62 Pearl 
Baker Catherine C. Mrs., house 2 Holmes place [av. 

Baker Charles E., foreman Bird's foundry, bds. 1 Pioneer 
Baker Charles F., ice cream saloon (3)£ Hamilton place, 

B.), house 105 Winsor [Otis 

Baker Charles R., foreman Burton, Fellows & Co., h. 109 
Baker Chas. W., brushmaker, house 109 Otis 
Baker C. Alice Miss, teacher private school (5 Charles, B.) 

boards 2 Holmes place 
Baker Eben, milkman, house 15 Park 
Baker Edgar P., clerk, 543 Main, boards 2 Norfolk 
Baker Edward T., teamster, house 71 Sixth 
Baker Elizabeth, widow of Benjamin, house 91 Gore 
Baker Freeman, auctioneer, house Florence, n. Pleasant 
Baker Hannah P. Mrs., house 20 Bigelow 
Baker Henry, glasscutter, boards 91 Gore 
Baker John F., britannia worker F. Draper & Co,, house 

142 Spring 
Baker Joseph E., lithographic artist Armstrong & Co., 

Riverside Press, house at Grantville 
Baker Moore (M. Baker & Son), grocer, 421 Main, house 

2 Cherry [421 Main 

Baker M. & Son (Moore and William A. Baker), grocers, 
Baker Nathaniel, miller, 240 Main, house 159 Columbia 
Baker Osborn H., polisher, 124 Harvard, house 19 Pine 
Baker Roswell F. (Custom House, B.), boards 84 Austin 

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46 CAMBRIDGE []}] DIRECTORY. 

Baker Walter, organ pipe maker, 3 Second, bds. 91 Gore 
Baker Walter, student Ep. Theo. Sera., Brattle, rooms 16 

Lawrence Hall 
Baker Washington I., traveling agent, house 23 Antrim 
Baker William A. (M. Baker & Son), grocer, 421 Main 

boards 10 Winsor 
Baker William L., baker, house 224 Broadway 
Baker William S., currier P. Fischer, house at Somerville 
Baker Willis, fishdealer (Com. wharf, B.), house 89 Green 
Bakewell John Rev., clergyman, h. Highland,, n. Appleton 
Balch Augusta L. Miss, teacher Boardman primary school, 

boards 14 Warland 
Balch Edward E., sawyer Geo. Woods, boards at Boston 
Balch Frank E., steward (American House, B.), house 

402 Main 
Balch Israel D., restaurant, 36 Third, h. 86 Cambridge 
Balch John H., clerk George H. Lyon, bds. 3 Shepard 
Balch Moses P. (M. P. Balch & Co.), watchmaker and 

jeweler, 559 Main, house 14 Warland 
Balch M. P.' & Co. (Moses P. and William D. Balch), 

watchmaker and jeweler, 559 Main 
Balch William D. (M. P. Balch & Co.), watchmaker and 

jeweler, 559 Main, house 64 Fairmont 
Balcom Frank M., driver for H. Moulton & Co., house 

72 Sixth 
Balcom Reuben Mrs., house 73 Washington 
Baldwin Edward E., produce (7 John, B.), boards 114 

North avenue 
Baldwin Eugene, clerk (47 Pearl, B.), bds. 114 North av. 
Baldwin F. L. Miss, matron House of Correction, boards 

at jailer's 
Baldwin Gordon, boards 114 North avenue 
Baldwin James, clerk (5 Commerce, B.), bds. 114 No. av. 
Baldwin James W., provision dealer (25 North Market, 

B.), h. 114 North av. 
Baldwin Nicholas, engineer Harvard Dining Ass'n., rooms 

10 Daniels court [Wash. 

Baldwin Peter L., lettercarrier (P. O., B.), house 25 
Baldwin Richard, carpenter, house 10 Daniels court 
Baldwin Thos., tinsmith, 914 Main, house 15 Banks 
Balf Peter, teamster, house 271 Cambridge 
Ball Edward, grocer, Spring, cor. Fourth, h. 92 Fourth 
Ball Elijah, house 51 Pine 
Ball Eliza A. Mrs., house rear 9 Fifth 
Ball Frederick, foreman Gale & Wood, 69 Main, house 

at Somerville 
Ball George E., boards 51 Pine 

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CAMBRIDGE [B] DIRECTORY. 47 

Ball George M., clerk (9 Chauncy, B.), h. 72 Allston 

Ball Henry P., jobbing, house 46 DeWolf 

Ball Jennie Miss, musicteacher, bds. 92 Fourth 

Ball John L., milkman, house 5 Brewer 

Ball Joseph A., salesman (13 Broad, B.), bds. 3 Austin 

Ball Joseph G., baker, 1 Austin, house 3 Austin 

Ball Nellie F. Miss, teacher Putnam Grammar school, 

boards 92 Fourth 
Ball T. Henry, stationer (City Hall av., B.), h. 123 Otis 
Ballam Alexander, laborer, house 25 DeWolf 
Ballantine Daniel, laborer, house 22 Carson 
Ballard Joseph, jr., compositor, house 17 Wallace 
Balmer Richard, upholsterer, house 18 Eliot 
Balmer William, blacksmith, house 4 Oak 
Bancroft Joel C, express office, Porter's Hotel, bds. do. 
Bancroft Joseph H., paperhangings (121 Hanover, B.), h. 

380 Harvard 
Bancroft Lydia E., h. Brewers block, Brattle square 
Bancroft Robert B., supt. Phosphate Works (Western 

av., Brighton), h. 91 Putnam av. 
Bancroft Samuel, clerk, boards 85 Washington 
Bancroft William A., student H. U., rooms Brewers blk., 

Brattle square 
Banfield George, hairdresser, 27 Brewery, bds. do. 
Banfield Thomas E., mason, house 69 Charles 
Bang Eliza, widow of Jacob N., house 84 Winsor 
Bangs Charles W., foreman (166 North, B.), h. 105 Otis 
Bangs Louise Miss, house 794 Main 
Banks James, waiter, Memorial Hall, rooms Holmes pi. 
Banister Mary E., bookkeeper Parker & Ward, 240 Main, 

bds. 2 Brewers blk., Brattle sq. 
Banks John, hostler, h. rear 39 Elm 
Banks Parker, printer, rooms 7 Daniels court 
Bannan James, teamster, bouse 325 Cambridge 
Bannon John, painter, house 27 Harvey 
Barber Devereux P., house 9 Norfolk 
Barber Edward, trimmer, house 99 Spring 
Barber Henry, hairdresser, boards 85 Brookline 
Barber John, porter, house 21 Hastings 
Barber Robert, grocer, 178 Harvard, house do. 
Barbey Jacob A., baker, house 16 Lincoln 
BARBOUR ALFRED L., sec. and treas. Cambridge 

Mut. Fire Ins. Co., 555 Main, h. 85 Franklin 
Barbour Frank H., bookkeeper Shawmut Nat. Bank (60 

Congress, B.), bds. 12 Ellery 
Barbour James S., clerk Cambridge Gas Light Co., h. 12 

Ellery 

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48 CAMBRIDGE [J] DIRECTORY. 

Barbour John N., lawyer (12 Pemberton sq., B.), house 

85 Franklin 
Barbour Walworth O., clerk Walworth Mnfg. Co., 368 

Main, bds. Pearl, n. Green 
Barbour Wm. S. (W. S. Barbour & A. Hodges), civil en- 
gineer and surveyor, 563 Main, h. 14 Cottage 
Barbour W. S. & A. Hodges, civil engineers and and sur- 
veyors, 563 Main and ^40 Merchants Bank building, 
28 State, B.) 
Barclay Hugh, printer, boards 10 South 
Barden Edward, mason, boards 53 Vine 
Barend Henry C-, cigar maker, h. 27 Decatur court 
Bargrow Mary E., widow of Octave, h. 454 Broadway 
Barker Alexander A., foreman, Mt. Auburn, h. Coolidge 

avenue 
Barker Charles, japan ner, boards 7 Franklin 
Barker Clarinda G. Mrs., boarding house, 1 Pioneer av. 
Barker Charles E., painter, house 161 Main 
Barker Chas. F., clerk, 205 Cambridge, bds. 8 Houghton 
Barker Charles H., confectioner, h. 484 Main 
Barker Edmund P., house 4 Centre 
Barker Edward, clerk (15 Endicott, B.), house 61 Gore 
Barker Edward, ice driver, boards 71 Spring 
Barker George T., house 59 Fairmount 
Barker George T., jr., printer, boards 59 Fairmount 
Barker Henry A., salesman (17 Avon, B.), house 125 

Thorn dike 
Barker Hugh T., gasfitter, house 116 Washington 
Barker Isaac B., tutor in German, H. U., rooms 5 Little's 

block 
Barker Isaiah, clerk, 205 Cambridge, bds. 8 Houghton 
Barker James, boots and shoes, 205 Cambridge (and 181 

Essex street, B.), house 8 Houghton 
Barker James M., counselor at law, 23 Brattle sq., boards 

17 Arlington 
Barker John, carpenter, house 27 Tuttle 
Barker John, hackdriver, boards 143 Hampshire 
Barker John, hostler, 120 Green, house Hampshire, cor. 

Norfolk 
Barker Joseph, watchman, house 143 Hampshire 
Barker Thomas J., cabinetmaker, house 22 Fourth 
Barker William H, laborer, house rear 27 Vine 
Barker Wm. W. D., hostler 13 Ash, rooms 116 Wash. 
Barkman John, machinist, 72 Main 
Barlow Archer H., wood and coal, 461 Main, h. 70 Elm 
Barlow Mary, widow of Edward, house 9 Sargent 
Barlow Peter T., student H. IT., rooms 57 Thayer 

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Barnard Albert E. r batcher at J. P. Squire's, h. 25 Fourth 

Barnard Charles, baker, 48 Auburn, house 37 do. 

Barnard Rhoda A. M. Mrs., house 25 Fourth 

Barnard Thomas L., house 46 Trowbridge 

Barnes Charles H., bookeeper (B.), boards 11 Kinnnird 

Barnes David H., clerk 534 Main, house 11 Kinnaird 

Barnes Geo. W., clerk, gen. freight office B. & L. R. R., 

boards 44 Second 
Barnes James, laborer, house 1 Norfolk court 
Barnes James, saloon, Atwood's Corner, h. at Somerville 
Barnes John, note teller (Merchants National Bank, 28 

State, B.), house 31 Bowdoin 
Barnes Lemuel H., coachman, house Beacon, cor. Oxford 
Barnes Sarah H., widow of Wm., house 11 Kinnaird 
Barnett Alexander, cigar maker, house 2 Eaton 
Barnett America, laborer, house rear 63 Washington 
Barnett George K., teamster, house 7 Hancock 
Barnett Joshua, waiter H. IT., boards 7 Hancock 
Barnett William, laborer, house 48 DeWolf 
Barnhill Watson, laborer, house 41 Hampshire 
Baron Edwin, cigarmaker, 67 Sixth, bds. at Somerville 
Baron Herman A. C, brushmaker, house 8 Portland 
Baron John, florist, boards 12 Dunster 
Baron, see also Barron 
Barr Peter, bookbinder, house 74 Pearl 
Barrell James S., master Putnam grammar school, house 

96 Thorndike 
Barrett Andrew, laborer, house Suffolk, near Columbia 
Barrett Andrew J., stairbuilder, bds. A. Barrett's, Suffolk 
Barrett Angeline L. Miss, boards 14 Lowell 
Barrett Bridget, widow of John, house 8 North 
Barrett Clifford M., clerk and collector, boards 14 Lowell 
Barrett Edward G., clerk Adam's express, h. 11 Wallace 
Barrett Edwin S., com. mer., house 51 Hancock 
Barrett Frederick L., gardener, boards 14 Lowell 
Barrett James, gardener, house Line, near Cambridge 
Barrett James A., stonecutter, bds. 5 Rogers' blk., Main 
Barrett Johanna, widow of John, h. 7 Lechmere place 
Barrett John, plumber, boards 7 Lechmere pi. 
Barrett Michael, coachman, h. Harding, opp. Porter 
Barrett Michael, house 86 Green 
Barrett Patrick, glassworker, boards 8 North 
Barrett Richard, laborer, house 26 North 
Barrett Thos., plumber, boards 7 Lechmere place 
Barrett William, laborer, house 198 Norfolk 
Barri Fanny H., wid. of John W., house 13 Norfolk 
Barri Martin, finisher M. & H. Organ Co., h. 220 Harvard 

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Barrieau Louis, painter, house 29 Reed 

Barrington Arthur H., student Episcopal Divinity school, 

rooms 8 Lawrence hall 
Barrington George T., gatekeeper Mt. Auburn cemetery, 

boards 9 Brown 
Barrington Thomas, gardener, house 9 Brown 
Barron Henry (Cobine & Barron), wheelwright, 133 

Main, house at Boston 
BARRON THOMAS E., baker, 71 Vine, 12 Winter, 82 

Spring, and 114 Webster av., boards 71 Vine 
Barron William, cracker pedlar, house 44 Pine 
Barrow James, house Dublin, near brick yards 
Barrows Cyrus A., hack driver, house 25 Mill 
Barrows Frank T., clerk, 621 Main, boards 467 Main 
Barrows James E., printer J. Wilson & Son, house 16 

Warland 
Barry David, teamster, house 46 Spruce 
Barry James, hostler, house McCabe, n. Cambridge 
Barry Johanna, widow, house Water, near Bridge 
Barry John Francis, house 111 Magazine 
Barry John H., carriagepainter, house 118 Prospect 
Barry Mary, widow, house McCabe, near Cambridge 
Barry Mary, widow of James, house 52 Charles 
Barry Matthias, marblepolisher, house 44 Washington 
Barry Michael, plasterer, house 347 Broadway 
Barry Patrick, laborer, house McCabe, n. Cambridge 
Barry Timothy, laborer, house Willow place 
Barry William, laborer, boards 6 Lechmere place 
Barry William, laborer, house 3 Foster's block, r. 87 Main 
Barry William J., reporter (Boston Post, B.), house 133 

Thorn dike 
Barry, see also Barri 

Barteaux Elias C, at 282 Broadway, house 50 Cherry 
Barteaux Fred. A., apothecary (166 Court, B.), house 89 

Putnam avenue 
Barth Edward, laborer, house Harding, near Porter 
Bartholomew Susan W., widow of Edwin, h. 71 Inman 
Bartlett Bartholomew, flagman B. & A. R. R., Broadway, 

house 159 Broadway 
Bartlett Bela N., machinist (1012 Washington, B.), house 

145 Otis 
Bartlett Charles B., teacher of penmanship (Bryant & 

Stratton, B.), house 874 Main 
Bartlett Chas. H., ottomans and hassocks (1012 Washings 

ton, B.), boards 145 Otis 
Bartlett Daniel, potter, house Sands, corner Banks 
Bartlett David C, gardener, house 55 Essex 

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Bartlett Edward E., carpenter, boards 84 Austin 
Bartlett George H., tutor in German, H. U., rooms 6 

Holyoke House 
Bartlett Geo. H., instructor Normal Art School (33 Pera- 

berton sq., B.), house White, near Elm 
Bartlett Horace S., apothecary, 452 Harvard, h. 6 Story 
Bartlett James N., machinist, house 35 Seventh 
Bartlett John (Little, Brown & Co.), bookseller and pub- 
lisher (254 Washington, B), house 165 Brattle 
Bartlett John, driver U. R. Co., boards 12 Farwell place 
Bartlett John A., sawyer G. Woods & Co., h. 6 Soden pi. 
Bartlett Joseph G., printer, (171 Devonshire, B.), house 

45 Erie 
Bartlett , printer John Wilson & Son, boards 12 

Mt. Auburn 
Barton Anson B., pianoforte keymaker, 139 Broadway, h. 

102 Winsor 
Bartley Thos., laborer, house 88 Fifth 
Barton Artemas L., officer House of Correction, bds. jailer's 
Barton Charles F., wood and coal, Hamj)shire, cor. Col- 

lumbia, house at Somerville 
Barton Clarence E.. clerk, 168 Gore, house 55 Third 
Barton Eugene M., milkman, bcls. 3 Ballard place 
Barton George M , at Cambridge laundry, h. 32 Kinnaird 
Barton John, house 42 Austin 

Barton Milton H., student H. IT., boards 371 Harvard 
Barton Otis, merchant (Manchester, N. H.), house 371 

Harvard 
Bartramp Octave, brickmaker, house Clifton 
Bascom Wm. B., bookkeeper (40 State, B.), h. 183 Main 
Bass John, furniture dealer (161 Cambridge, B.), house 

11 Broadway 
Bass Jonathan H., bootmaker, 23 Third, house 93 South 

Sixth 
Bass J. Warren, printer, boards 93 Sixth 
Bassett Alexander, woodturner, boards 58 Market 
Bassett Charles, express, house Plymouth, near Portland 
Bassett Orlando J., salesman (White's, Winter street, B.), 

house 80^ Green 
Bassett Samuel, teamster, house 3 Dickinson 
Batch elder Chas. F., student H. U., rooms 7 Kirkland 
Batchelder Elbridge A. H., expressman (B.), house 131 

Franklin 
Batchelder, Frank, clerk (54 Pearl, B.), bds. L. B. Hap- 

good's, Shawmut av. 
Batchelder Geo. F.. machinist, boards 108 Cambridge 
Batchelder John G., bookbinder, house 8 Prince 

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Batchelder John M., civil engineer (18 Pemberton square, 

room 13, B.), house 3 Divinity avenue 
Batchelder Linza, boxmaker, boards 5 Second st. court 
Batchelder Samuel, house 94 Brattle 
Batchelder Samuel, jr., counselor (16 Pemberton square, 

B.), house 8 Hilliard [Harvard 

Batchelder Samuel D., clerk (Boston P. O.), house 248 
Batchelder Willie A., clerk (30 Canal, B.), house 131 

Franklin 
Batchelder Wm. F., carpenter, house 88 Gore 
Bate Charles H., printer (Wright & Potter, B.), house 

22 Wallace 
Bateman Alfred J., currier, h. North av., cor. Norris 
Bateman Wm. H., cabinetmaker (Harrison avenue, B.), 

house Lechmere block, 134 Bridge 
Bates Benj. F., brassfinisher, h. 20 Fairmont [Main 

Bates Charles, clerk (Chandler's, Winter, B.), house 878 
Bates Charlotte F. Miss, private school, 10 Ellery, bds. do. 
Bates Clara W. Mrs., widow, dressmaker, h. 17 Hilliard 
Bates David, bricklayer, boards 118 Prospect 
Bates Edward, plumber, basement 4 Hyde's block, 609 

Main, house 82 Green 
Bates Edward B., clerk, boards 6 Brookline 
Bates Eliza Mrs., house 10 Ellery 
Bates Erastus C. (Davis & Bates), grain dealer, 550 Main, 

house 6 Brookline 
Bates Erastus C, jr., billiard room, 521 Main, house 145 

Washington 
Bates Esther A., widow of William, house 45 Brattle 
Bates Fletcher, bookkeeper (Traders National Bank, 91 

State, B.), house 10 Ellery 
Bates Francis C, machinist, 72 Main, house 3 Third 
Bates George, asst. rec. U. R. Co., bds. 24 Shepard 
Bates George W., prop. Harvard Laundry, Portland, n. 

Broadway, house 85 Washington 
Bates George W., upholsterer, house 458 Cambridge 
Bates James V., house 19 Church 
Bates John S., dry goods, 587 Main, h. 24 Shepard 
Bates William, mason, boards 24 Shepard 
Bates Wm. H., at Custom House (B.), house 15 Bigelow 
Battis Leonard, house 13 Jay 
Baty Richard, tailor, h. Murray, near Brighton 
Baty William, watchman, house 148 Green 
Bauer John, shoemaker, house 67 Spruce 
BATTMEISTER AUGUSTUS, plumber, 19 Brattle, h. 

212 Green 
Baxendale Abram, supt. shoddy factory, bds. at Arlington 

Parlor, Drawins-Boom, and Library FURNITURE, 
BjLJSCKOFT & BOYBBN, 180 Tremont St., BOSTON. 



CAMBRIDGE [B] DIRECTORY. 53 

Baxendale Samuel, shoddy mnfr., Montgomery, n. Harvey, 

house at Arlington 
Baxter Robert, watchman, house 168 Hampshire 
Bay State Brick Co., Spruce, near Jackson, office (17 

Pemberton square, B.) 
Bayley Augustus R. (A. R. Bayley & Co.), apothecary, 

607 Main, house 133 Austin 
Bayley Augustus R. & Co. (Augustus R. Bayley and 

Horatio S. Richardson), apothecaries, 607 Main 
Bayley Frank A., engineer, house 133 Austin 
feazant John, cabinetmaker, house 29 Winter 
Beal Sophia, widow of David, house 106 Auburn 
Beals John, carpenter, boards 47 Winsor 
BEALS JOSEPH J., clockmaker (86 Court, B.), house 

Mead, near Coggwell avenue 
Beals Joseph J., jr., clockmaker (86 Court, B.), boards J. J. 

Beals', Mead 
Beals William, decorator (58 Pitts, B.), h. 46 Sidney 
Bean Alvin T., clerk, boards 64 Antrim 
Bean John, tobacco, etc., 149 Winsor, house do. 
Bean Michael, plumber, 599K Main, bds. at Waltham 
Bean Thomas, laborer, boards rear 23 Carson 
Beane Enoch, provisions and fishmarket, 908 Main, house 

6 Trowbridge 
Beane George A., clerk, 908 Main, boards 6 Trowbridge 
Bear John, lager beer, 63 Sixth, house do. 
Bearce Benj., laborer, boards 14 Market 
Bearce Leonard S., house 263 Harvard 
Bearce Martin P., printer (32 School, B.), bds. r. 27 Gore 
Beard Edward L., manager of New York Associated 

Press (107 State, B.), house 22 Arlington 
Beard James, laborer, house 88 Fifth 
Beards Thomas, steam pump maker, house 21 Green 
Beattie John, carpenter, h. Plymouth, n. Webster av. 
Beattie Robert W., grocer, 139 Bridge, house* do. 
Beck Joseph, gardener, at 771 Main, h. 16 Beaver 
Beck Joseph, teamster, house 12 Fifth 
Beck James S., carbuilder, house 24 Decatur 
Beck Tobias, glassmaker, house 45 Brookline 
BECKER FRANK, florist and nurseryman, Belmont, n. 

Mt. Auburn Cemetery, branch office, 647 Main, house 

Belmont street 
Becker Conrad, cabinetmaker, boards 57 Gore 
Beckett Chas. P., house 41 Essex 
Beckett David, carpenter, boards rear 78 Brighton 
Beckett Joseph R., bookbinder, house 5 Sparks 
Beckett Margaret, widow of Richard, h. rear 78 Brighton 

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54 CAMBRIDGE [B] DIRECTORY. 

Beckett Richard, foreman gas works, house 28 Eliot 

Beckett William J., laborer, house 7 Sparks 

Beckford James R., stonecutter, boards 9 Second 

Beckwith James H., carpenter, house 12 Coggeswell av. 

Bedegie Francis, painter, house 179 Bridge 

Bedel Daniel, grocer, (33^ North Anderson, B.), house 3 

Brooks 
Bedo George, sausage maker, house rear 53 Vine 
Beedle Melville C, carpenter, house 33 Bow 
Beedle Roscoe M., carpenter, house 33 Bow 
Beers Benj., soapmaker, boards 5 Dickinson 
Beers Hiram S., printer Boston Herald (6 Williams court, 

B.), house 24 Howard 
Beeler Joseph, carver, boards 55 Gore 
Belcher Andrew C, machinist, 368 Main, bds. 98 Winsor 
Belcher Arthur A., clerk, 12 Harvard row, boards 18 Ash 
Belcher Charles E., letter carrier, 625 Main, bds. 12 Essex 
Belcher Charles F., confectioner, 1 Harvard square, house 

10 Holmes place 
Belcher Charles F., clerk, boards 45 School 
Belcher Edward F., saloon (108 Cambridge, B.), house 31 

Holyoke 
BELCHER GEORGE G., signpainter and dealer in pic- 
ture frames, 589>£ Main, house 12 Essex 
Belcher George W., carriage painter, boards 12 Essex 
Belcher George W., pattern maker, house 45 School 
Belcher John E., clerk, 13 Harvard row, rooms 31 Holyoke 
Belcher Jos. W., molder, house 31 Decatur 
Belches John W., Sec. Revere Fire Ins. Co. (48 Congress, 

B.), house 34 Wendell 
Beleuch Andrew, carpenter, house 4 Daye court 
Beleuch John, at Riverside press, house 7 Daye court 
Bell Charles, laborer, house Warren 
Bell Robert, house rear 9 Fifth 
Bell Wm, blacksmith, boards 164 Gore 
Bellew Robert, laborer, house 75 Elm 
Bellis Wm. J., mason, house 29 Bolton 
Bemis Drucilla D. Mrs., dressmaker, 414 Main, house do. 
Bemis Jonathan W., physician, h. Walker, cor. Shepard 
Bemis Margaret, widow, house 34 Charles 
Bemis Richard, laborer, house rear 118 Fourth 
Benard Jos. H., glass blower, house 458 Cambridge 
Bendelari A., student scientific school, room 3 Divinity 

Hall 
Benerwell Thomas, teamster A. Hews & Co., bds. Russell, 

corner North avenue 
Benhart Allen, varnisher, house Ninth, corner Otis 

J. -B. CROMACK, Feathers and Flowers, tJ& &«. BOSTON. 



CAMBRIDGE [$] DIRECTORY. 55 

Benner George D., express driver, 600 Main, boards rear 

15 Franklin 
Benner Miles, house 24 Upton 
Bennett Albert T., organmaker, Fifth, corner Otis, house 

at Charlestown 
Bennett Augustus N., carriagemaker, house 9 Gerry- 
Bennett Bernard, shoemaker, house 21 Banks 
Bennett Daniel, carpenter, house 112 Thorndike 
Bennett Frank H., bread driver, house 17 Farwell place 
Bennett James H. (19 No. Market, B.), house 17 Inman 
Bennett Jonas, house 22 Forest 
Bennett Wilder, mason, house 80 Thorndike 
Bennett William, mason, house 29 Bolton 
Benney Nathaniel, proofreader Riverside, h. 21 Walnut 

court 
Bennink Cornelius G. H., drygoods, 581 Main, h. 23 Inman 
Bennink E. A. Mrs,, millinery and human hair goods, 645 

Main, boards 25 Essex 
Bennink Gerritt J., carpenter, house 50 Austin 
Bennink Leonard, clerk (19 Chauncy, B.), bds. 50 Austin 
Benshimol Joshua, cigarmaker, house 510 Cambridge 
Benson Albert S., boxmaker, house 223 Broadway- 
Benson Henry J. H. (Benson & Waller), hairdresser, 

117 Cambridge, house do. 
Benson John, butcher, boards 198 Cambridge 
Benson John, gardener, house 11 Eliot 
Benson John M., carpenter, house 122 Winsor 
Benson Mason D., treas. F. R. R. (B.), h. 110 North av. 
Benson & Waller (Henry J. H. Benson and John A. Wal- 
ler), hairdressers, 117 Cambridge 
Bent Charles R., compositor University Press, rooms 148 

Mt. Auburn 
Bent George H. (Luke & Bent), coal and wood, 168 Main, 

house 6 Craigie 
Bent John H. (Woodward, Gage & Co.), North avenue, 

boards Russell, corner Orchard 
Bent Mary E., widow of Newell, house 164 Brattle 
Bent Samuel A., house 5 Centre 
Bent Walter T., clerk and messenger Charles River Nat. 

Bank, boards 164 Brattle 
Bentley John H., house 32 Third 
Bentley Lydia, widow, house 32 Third 
Benton Edward R., student H. U., rooms 50 Gray's Hall 
Benton Perry A., carpenter, house 17 Baldwin 
Benton William A. Mrs., house 14 Trowbridge 
Benz Chas. F., sausagemaker, 75 Sixth, boards do. 
Benz George, sausagemaker, boards 75 Sixth 

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56 CAMBRIDGE [B] DIRECTOKT. . 

Benz Magdalena, widow of George, sausagemaker, 75 

Sixth, house do. 
Bergen James, carpenter, boards 51 Sixth 
Bergen James D., glasscutter, house 111 Gore 
Bergin Kyren, plasterer, house 49 Amory 
Berke Antoine, laborer, house rear 94 Spring 
Bernard John H., bookbinder, h. Sidney, c. Putnam av. 
Bernhardt George, cabinetmaker, h. 12 Hastings 
Berran Edwin, blacksmith Union Car Stables 
Berrick Edward C, machinist, house rear 24 Front 
Berrigan John, plumber, boards 354 Broadway 
Berry Charles E., machinist, house 502 Cambridge 
Berry Ebenezer, carpenter, house 5 Hamilton 
Berry George, carpenter, house 13 Hews 
Berry Grace, widow, house 72 Harvard 
Berry Horace, physician, boards 15 Elm 
Berry James, hostler, 120 Green, house McCabe 
Berry James, tinsmith, 30 Brighton, h. at Brighton 
Berry James A., at L. Putnam's, boards do. 
Berry Nathaniel D., traveling agent, house 2 Forest 
Berry R. W., clerk A. R. Smith, 225 North av., corner 

Walden, house do. 
Berry Wm. B., carpenter, boards 71 Spring 
Berry Wm. B., tinsmith (79 North, B.), h. 25 Jay 
Berry Winslow N., teas (25 Union, B.), house 2 Forest 
Berry Wyatt E., in sugar refinery, bds. 74 Cambridge • 
Berryhill Chas. J., student H. U., rooms 62 Trowbridge 
Berryhill Charles J., student H. U., rooms 18 Putnam av. 
Bertsch Stephen, brassfinisher and grocer, 27 Seventh, 

house do. 
Bertsch Stephen, surgical instruments (15 Tremont, B.), 

h. 33 Seventh 
Bertsch Stephen, jr., brushmaker, boards 27 Seventh 
Bertsch William, Monumental Marble Works, 6 Cam- 
bridge, bds. 27 Seventh 
Bertwell Charles F., turner, 77 Main, bds. 42 Montgomery 
Bertwell James C, pictureframe molder,h. 42 Montgomery 
Bertz Augustus Mrs., boards 53 Winsor 
Bertz Augustus H., jeweler, house 2 Gray place 
Best Andrew S., cigars, 2 Fourth, house do. 
Betch Michael, paintgrinder (B.), house 69 Sixth 
Bettens Edward D., proctor H. XL, rooms 21 Hollis Hall 
Bettinson Addie M. Miss, teacher Gore primary school, 

boards 67 Otis 
Bettinson Edward W., bookbinder, 7 Brattle, house 2 

Brewer's blk., Brattle sq. 
Bettinson Harry W., expressman, boards 67 Otis 



BANCROFT &B0YOEN, 



Furniture & Upholstery floods, 
180 Tremont Street, Boston. 



CAMBRIDGE [B] DIRECTORY. 57 

BETTINSON JAMES W., Boston & Cambridge ex- 
press, P. O. bldg., E. Cambridge, h. 67 Otis 
Bettinson Mehitable, widow, house 4 Summer 
Betts Abbie C. Miss, dressmaker, boards 30 Spring 
Betts Elijah, stairbuilder (16 Beverly, B.), house 8 Lake 
View avenue [5 Marvin pi. 

Beunke Fred., newspapers and periodicals, 559 Main, bds. 
Beunke Leon G. Mrs., house 5 Marvin place 
Beureau Joseph, laborer, h. Spruce, n. brickyard 
Bianchi P., carver at Geldowsky's, b Is. 165 Cambridge 
Bibby William, tinsmith, house 200 Hampshire 
Bickford Edwin E., in Boston rollingmill, Portland, bds. 

49 Clark 
Bicknell Edwin, microscopist, house 11 Sumner 
Biddle Joseph G., hairdresser, bds. 23 Washington 
Biddle Lemuel A., janitor, house 23 Washington 
Biddle Sarah J., widow, house 23 Washington 
Bieler Jacob C, carver, house 132 Harvard 
Bigelow Alanson, jr.', watches, jewelry and plate (511 

Wash., B.), h. 265 Harvard 
Bigelow Charles W., at University Press, Brattle square, 
boards 15 Craigie [63 Spring 

Bigelow Edwin S., piano actionmaker (Tremont, B.),"h. 
Bigelow Henry J., bookkeeper (23 North Market, B.), 
bds. 1 Forest [h. 1 Forest 

Bigelow Jonathan, produce dealer (23 North Market, B.), 
Bigelow Marshall T. (Welch, Bigelow & Co.), printer, 

University Press, Brattle sq., h. 15 Craigie 
Bigelow Melville M., lawyer (14 Court House, B.), house 

343 Broadway 
Biggers Stephen, paperhanger, house 14 Seventh 
Biggers William O., paperhanger, house 14 Seventh 
Biggin Patrick, currier, house 224 Franklin 
Bigley Daniel, stablekeeper, house 66 River 
Bignoll Harriet, widow of Barnard, house 200 Harvard 
Bill Frank C, house 12 Centre 
Billing. Edmond, furniturepolisher, house 2 Holly 
BILLINGS CLARENCE H., merchant tailor, 430 Har- 
vard, house 191 do. [17 Perry 
Billings John D., principal Webster grammar school, h. 
Billings Lillieore T., widow of Emilius G., h. 34 Fairmont 
Billings Uriah, house 191 Harvard 
Billman John, traveling agent, house 663 Main 
Binney Jane, widow of Barnabas, house 102 Otis 
Bird Caroline F., widow of Charles, house 38 Essex 
Bird George, house 199 Harvard 
Bird George H., teacher (Foxboro'), rooms 71 Bigelow 

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58 CAMBEIDGE [$] DIEECTOET. 

BIRD HENRY M., iron founder, Broadway, cor. Dock, 

house 11 Bigelow 
Bird Herman (H. Bird & Co.), insurance agent, 559 Main, 

and (53 Devonshire, B.), house 38 Essex 
BIRD H. & CO. (Herman Bird), insurance agents, 559 

Main, and (53 Devonshire, B.) 
Bird John M., teamster J. P. Squire & Co., h. 91 Fourth 
Bird Richard O., coachman, house 17 Kinnaird 
Bird William E., house 319 North avenue 
Bisbee John, traveling agent Whittemore & Hale (Cam- 

bridgeport), house 101 Inman 
Bishop Abel S., teamster, house 28 Yine 
Bishop Frederick, milkdriver, bds. 59 Putnam avenue 
Bishop Joel P., law author, house 51 Sacramento 
Bishop John, brickmaker, house rear 106 Spruce 
Bishop Thomas, brickmaker, h. Concord av., n. brickyard 
Bishop Thomas L., truckman, 41 Prison Point road, house 

at Cbarlestown [Coggswell av. 

Bissell Daniel M., watchmaker, 211 North av., house 18 
Bistrup Alfred J., telescopemaker, boards 184 Brookline 
Bixby Charles, clerk (B.), rooms 30 Front 
Bixby Elizabeth C, widow of Clark S., house 39 Brattle 
Bixby Hiram A., machinist, house 97 Washington 
Bixby Lydia Miss, house 28 Holyoke 
Black Geo. A., student H. U., rooms 14 Divinity Hall 
Black James, hostler, house Flagg, near Banks 
Black James, peddler, h. Willow place, near Cambridge 
Black James, paperh anger, house 360 Broadway 
Black James, upholsterer, house 145 Main 
Black James Wallace, photographer (333 Washington, 

B.), house 17 Norton 
Black John A., plasterer, house 90 Harvard 
Black John H., binder Riverside Press, and variety store, 

163 Main, bds. 159 do. 
Black John M., laborer, house 167 Broadway 
Black Kate Miss, house 25 Bow 
Black Robert, driver U. R. Co., bds. 52 Winthrop- 
Black William, clerk M. A. Maynard, bds. Flagg, near 

Banks 
Black William, tinplate worker (B.), house 159 Main 
Blackburn Horace P., foreman mill work Mason & Hamlin 
Blacklock Ann M., widow of James S., house 17 Sidney 
Blackman Charles, peddler, house 101 Allston 
Blackman Horace P., organmaker M. & H. Organ Co., h. 

18 Pleasant 
Blackman William R., planer, house rear 186 Cambridge 
Blair James, foreman hostler, house 40 Winthrop 

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CAMBRIDGE [f$] DIRECTORY. 59 

Blair James, hackdriver, boards 3 Fifth 

Blair James, proofreader J. Wilson & Son, h. 12 Wright 

Blaisdell Charles P., foreman F. Geldowsky's planing mill, 

house 55 Fifth 
Blaisdell D. Henry, millman F. Geldowsky, bds. 55 Fifth 
Blaisdell Edward B., carpenter, 74 Brighton, h. 1 Parker 
Blaisdell Ezra R., teamster, house 16 Seventh 
Blaisdell Frank R., carver F. Geldowsky, h. 55 Fifth 
Blaisdell George J., telegraph operator, Cambridge fire 

department, house 20 Farwell place [Parker 

Blaisdell Samuel T., bookkeeper, 74 Brighton, boards 1 
Blaisdell John C, clerk (B.), house 71 River 
Blake Andrew M., bookbinder, house 8 Sidney 
Blake Arthur W., hats, caps, etc., 168 Cambridge, bds. do. 
Blake Bridget, widow, house 39 Hastings 
Blake Charles H., confectionery and bread store, 601 Main, 

house 7 Upton 
Blake Edward W., clerk, 101 Cambridge, h. 77 Third 
BLAKE EDWIN H., grocer, 158 Cambridge, house 134 

Cambridge 
Blake Francis, waiter Memorial Hall, rooms Holmes place 
Blake Francis, house 96 Ellery 

Blake George O. Mrs., house 359 Harvard [Green 

Blake James H., asst. Zoological Museum, bds. Pearl, near 
Blake John L., blacksmith, 202 North av., h. 22 Orchard 
Blake Joseph, bookbinder, house 75 Green 
Blake Joseph W., expressman, house 51 Winter 
Blake Theodore E., clerk 158 Cambridge, boards 134 

Cambridge 
Blake Thomas, laborer, house rear 191 Hampshire 
Blake Thomas C, upholsterer, house 13 Brewery 
Blakey John, shell boatbuilder, foot of DeWolf, house 24 

Charles River 
Blakey Thomas, potter, house 43 Reed 
Blan chard Daniel, box sawyer Woodbury & Co., boards 

33 Cambridge 
Blanchard Dexter V., engineer B. L. &N. R. R., h. 3 East 
Blanchard J. Henry, commercial traveler (N. Y.), house 

9 Elmer 
Blanchard Walter S., lumber dealer, Hall's wharf, foot of 

East, and (44 Kilby, B.), h. 17 Maple avenue 
Bland John P., pastor Lee st. church, house 15 Lee 
Blaney Maria L. Miss, bread store, 6 Brighton, house 130 

Harvard 
Blaney Sarah, widow of Patrick, h. 130 Harvard 
Blank Ernest, organ varnisher, house 12 Tuft's 
Blesch Charles, bar tender (64 State, B.), h. 5 Winter 



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60 CAMBRIDGE [g] DIRECTORY. 

Blessington Hugh, stonecutter, house 161 }£ Broadway 
Blessington James (Peter Blessington & Co.), stone con- 
tractor, 29 Main, house 132 Prospect 
Blessington Peter (Peter Blessington & Co.), stone con- 
tractor, 29 Main, house 132 Prospect 
Blessington Peter & Co. (Peter and James Blessington, 

and Austin Ford), stone contractors, 29 Main 
Blevins James, slater, basement 622 Main, house Derby- 
lane, near West 
BLEVINS JOHN J., slater, basement 622 Main, house 

94 Putnam avenue 
Blevins Mary, widow of John, house 12 Mt. Auburn 
Blick John H., organmaker 101 Gore, h. at Somerville 
Blish Ariadne Miss, private school 39 Dana, boards do. 
Blish Lucia A., widow, house 39 Dana 
Bliss Edward P., clerk (86 Franklin, B.), h. 329 Broadway 
Bliss Henry P., upholstery goods (86 Franklin, B.), house 

329 Broadway 
Bliss Richard, jr., asst. Zoological Museum, rooms Zoolog- 
ical Hall, Divinity avenue 
Bliss Zenas W., proofreader Riverside Press, and pub- 
lishers agent, house 9 Norton place 
Blodgett Alvaro Mrs., house 11 Worcester 
Blodgett Elias, junkdealer (72 Purchase, B.), h. 69 Otis 
Blodgett James, glasscutter New England Glass Co., 

house 92 Gore 
Blodgett James L , musician (Howard AthenaBum, B.), 

house 44 Antrim 
Blonde Edwin A., painter, house 48 Broadway 
Blood Albert S. (Ward & Blood), carriage manufacturer, 

&c, 244 and 246 Main, h. at Boston, ward 16 
Blood Edward B., cabinetmaker, h. Acorn, n. Putnam av. 
Blood Hiram, engineer steamer No. 3, h. 40 Fifth 
Blood Marian Mrs., house 24 Arlington 
Blumve Frederick W., ice tool ninfr., 70 Brighton, house 

139 Mt. Auburn 
Blundey Mary, widow, house 16 Vine 
Blunt John J., laborer, house 48 Hastings 
Boardman Anna, widow of Andrew, house 15 Laurel 
Boardman Charles, machinist, boards 4 Water 
Boardman Chas., real estate, h. Arlington, cor. Wash. av. 
Boardman Edward, painter, h. Jackson, near Spruce 
Boardman Joseph, teamster, boards 99 Gore 
Boardman Wm. C, cutter (492 Wash., B.), h. 102 Pearl 
Bocher Ferdinand, prof, of modern languages, H. XL, h. 

12 Holyoke place 
Bock William, cabinetmaker, h. 1 Linehan's blk., Third 

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Bock Rodolphus C, telescope maker, bds. 208 Harvard 
Bock Wm. A., florist, 637 Main, and 329 North avenue, 

house 329 North avenue 
Bodemer Julius C, carver, house 11 Lincoln 
Bodet Ernest, cabinetmaker G. Woods & Co., house at 

Charlestown [Cambridge 

Bodet John, cabinetmaker G. Woods & Co., house 426 
Bod well Frederick, lobster boiler, house 60 Harvard 
Boehl Andrew, butcher, h. rear 143 Columbia 
Boggs Edwin P., com. mer. (33 Central, B.), boards 336 

Broadway 
Boggs Francis M , steamship master, h. 289 Broadway 
Bohmuller Leopold, currier F. Fischer, h. Jackson corner 

Harvey 
Boldt Henry, upholsterer (107 Wash., B.), h. 98 Spring 
Bolen Patrick, laborer B. & L. R. R., h. 2J4 Dailey alley 
Bolger James, horseshoer, Palmer, n. Church, h. at East 

Watertown 
Bolles Fanny D., widow of Frederick, h. 102 Mt. Auburn 
Bollo George N., teamster, house 123 Elm 
Bolster Mary, widow of John, house 3 Banks 
Bolster John C, clerk (Hovey's, Summer, B.), boards 3 

Banks [Banks, near Mt. Auburn 

Bolster Richard, boot and shoemaker, 34 Brighton, house 
Bolster Thomas C, gasfitter, bds. Mary Bolster's, 3 Banks 
Boltou Alden, mechanic, house Chestnut, near Sidney 
Bolton Charles, plasterer, house 78 Fifth 
Bolton Henry, engineer Boston Rolling Mill, house 154 

Harvard 
Bond John H., shipping clerk, house 74 Elm 
Bond Mary, widow of Richard, house 73 North avenue 
Bonin Oliver, currier, house 371 North avenue 
Bonin William, laborer, house 365 North avenue 
Bonner John, lather, house 35 Banks 
Bonnev Pelham, insurance broker (22 School, B.), house 

52 Pleasant [18 Lee 

Bonney Perez F., salesman (458 Washington, B.), house 
Bonney William L., superintendent Jordan, Marsh & Co., 

boards 18 Lee 
Boole Chas. F., cooper, house 18 Squires court 
Booth Thomas, grocer, 84 Pleasant, house 35 Park 
Boott Francis, house 42 Quincy 
Borcholt Theodore, clerk (Post Office, B.), h. 1 Roger's 

block, Main 
Borden George E., carpenter, house 5 Franklin 
Borden Herbert W., carpenter, boards 15 Pleasant 
Borden Samuel, carriagetrimrner F. Ivers, h. 32 Orchard • 

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62 CAMBRIDGE [J] DIRECTORY. 

Borges Antoine, laborer, house 86 Third 

Borges Joaquim, hairdresser, 199 Cambridge, h. 65 Vine 

Borges Peter, laborer, house 10 Third 

Boris Peter J., teacher of French (603 Washington, B.), 

boards 68 Mt. Auburn 
Borst Joseph J., woodturner (Causeway, cor. Friend, 

B.), house 11 Fourth 
Boston Car Wheel Co., A. F. Cooper, general agent, 21 

Hampshire 
Boston Chemical Works, rear Cambridge, n. G. J. R. R. 
Boston Ice Co., Prison Point bridge, and (76 State, B.), 
Boston Lamp Works, First, corner Thorndike 
Boston, Lowell & Nashua Railroad machine stop, Bridge, 

near East Cambridge bridge 
Boston Rolling Mills, Portland, near Hampshire 
Boston Stamping Works, Third, near Broadway, Seavey 

& Co., salesroom (93 North, B.) 
Boswell Robert, mason, house 90 Harvard 
Bosworth Leonard, carpenter, h. Holly av., n. Madison 
Bosworth Wm. E., carpenter, h. Holly av., n. Madison 
Botanic Garden, Garden, corner Linnaean 
Botumeless Anton, confectioner (Leverett, cor. Causeway, 

B.), house 184 Gore 
Boucher Joseph H., blacksmith's helper, h. 2 Foster's blk., 

Main 
Bourget Peter, potter A. H. Hews & Co., house Crescent 

avenue, near do. 
Bouri Joseph, brickmaker, house Dublin, near brickyard 
Bourn Geo. F., carpenter, house 15 Union 
Bourn Robert T., carpenter (146 Mt. Vernon, B.), house 

104 Hampshire 
Bourne Joseph, manager N. E.. Glass Works, h. 42 Second 
Bourne Mary A., teacher Gore primary school, boards 42 

Second 
Bournique Hannah, widow of Louis, house 87 Gore 
Bours Nim., hostler Union Car stables, North av., bds. 

C. Moore's, Harvey 
Boutelle Theodore, clerk Howland & Doughty, Prison 

Point bridge, boards at Woburn 
Bowden Albert, horseshoer, 89 Bridge, h. at Charlestown 

Bowdoin — , shoemaker, boards 390 Main 

Bowen Bernard, laborer, house 27 Vine 

Bowen Charles H., marbleworker, house 126 Harvard 

Bowen Charles S., boards 9 Follen 

Bowen Curley, laborer, house rear 98 Main 

Bowen Francis, Alford Professor of Natural Religeon, 

etc., H. U., house 9 Follen 

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CAMBRIDGE [B] DIRECTORY. 63 

Bowen Gustavus V., engineer Cambridge Laundry, house 

18 Kinnaird 
Bowen James, house 14 Lincoln 
Bowen James, laborer, house 3 Lechmere place 
Bowen Richard, laborer, boards rear 23 Carson 
Bowers Charles, house 10 Hollis 
Bowers Charles E., boots and shoes (28 Pearl, B.), boards 

10 Hollis 
Bowers Edward L., artist (74 Sudbury, B.), h. 64 Vine 
Bowers Francis Miss, secretary Unitarian S. S. Society 

(7 Tremont place, B.), boards 10 Hollis 
Bowers Frederick, cabinetmaker, house 177 Cambridge 
Bowers John M., engineer, house 147 Columbia 
Bowers Kate I. Miss, teacher (Arlington), bds. 10 Hollis 
Bowes William E., bookbinder, house 22 Park 
Bowie William, shoemaker R. Mann, rooms 84 Mt. Auburn 
Bowker Edwin F., civil engineer and surveyor, Grant 

block, 623 Main, house 125 Austin 
Bowker Winslow L., insurance (3l State, B.), h. 3 Avon 
Bowley Isaac B., stereotyper J. Wilson & Son, house 6 

Cowperthwait 
Bowman Alexander, laborer, house 44 DeWolf 
Bowman Joanna H., widow of Abner H., h. 61 Oxford 
Bowman Margaret Mrs., house 36 Union 
Bowman Olando, salesman (216 State, B.), h. 40 Essex 
Bowyou William, galvanizer D. S. Co., h. 130 River 
Boyce Andrew, currier Theo. Downing, bds. Cambridge 
Boyce Ann Miss, house 6 Vine 
Boyce James L., engineer, boards 66 Vine 
Boyce James S., iron molder Bird's foundry, house at 

Somerville 
Boyce Thomas, engineer, house 37 Union 
Boyce William E., house 72 Hampshire 
Boyd Edward, laborer, house 80 Elarvard [Auburn 

Boyd Esther Miss, millinery goods, 1 Columbia, boards 81 
Boyd Fanny L. Miss, millinery goods, 584 Main, boards 

81 Auburn 
Boyd John, laborer, 368 Main 

Boyd Ormon T., grocer (216 State, B.), h. 33 Linnaean 
Boyd Orville G., grocer (216 State, B.), h. 100 Austin 
Boyd Patrick, laborer, house 40j^ Broadway 
Boyd Thomas, architect (28 State, B.), house 81 Auburn 
Boyd Thomas, engineer, 139 Broadway, house 145 do. 
Boyd William, civil engineer, house 17 Myrtle place 
Boyd William, printer J. Wilson & Son, h. 32 Ellery 
Bovd William A., stereotyper J. Wilson & Son, bds. 32 

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64 CAMBRIDGE [B] DIRECTORY. 

Boyden Benj. F., house 860 Main [Orchard 

Boyden Sanford E., carriagetrimmer F. Ivers, house 32 

Boyer Geo. S., stairbuilder, bds. 536 Main 

Boyer Samuel, stairbuilder, rear 382 Main, h. 536 do. 

Boyle Charles, junkclealer, house 309 Cambridge 

Boyle Daniel, laborer, house Jefferson, near MoCabe 

Boyle Dennis, baker, house 51 Clark 

Boyle Edward G., cabinetmaker Braman, Shaw & Co., h. 

Vine, near Sixth 
Boyle Elizabeth Mrs., house 163 Winsor 
Boj-le James, grocer, 125 Third, house do. 
Boyle James, grocer, 79 Concord avenue, house do. 
Boyle Jeremiah, house 125 Third 
Boyle Jeremiah, jr., teamster, house 34 Charles 
Boyle John, teamster, house 148 Elm 
Boyle Rebecca, widow of Edward, h. Walden, c. Dublin 
Boyle William, carpenter, boards 22 Green 
Boyle William, laborer, house 125 Third 
Boyman James A., bricklayer, house 3 Banks 
Boyuton Charles F., auctioneer (231 Wash., B.), house 40 

Spruce 
Boynton Frank J., clerk, 211 North av., bds. 40 Spruce 
Boynton Geo. O. (10 F. H. Market, B.), bds. 63 Oxford 
Boynton Herbert A., bookkeeper, house 146 Pearl 
Boynton John L., captain police, Station 3, house 151 

Cambridge 
Boynton Morris B., commission merchant (53 Commercial,' 

B.), house 13 Chauncy 
Boynton Perkins, house 11 Perry 
Boynton Warren, house 122 Winsor 
Boyson George, provisions, 403 Main, house 36 Cherry 
Boyson George H., bookbinder, Riverside, h. 103 River 
Boyson Sarah A., widow of William G., house 103 River 
Boyson Simon M., provisions, 403 Main, house 15 State 
Boyson William L., bookbinder Riverside, h. 103 River 
Boyt Arnold, glass engraver, boards 33 Fifth 
Brabrook Ezra H., furniture (96 and 98 Washington, B.), 

house 320 Harvard 
Brackett Charles W., clerk, boards 133 Mt. Auburn 
Brackett Henry T., clerk in market, house 11 Sidney 
Brackett I. Frank, boots and shoes, 184 North av., house 

15 Worcester 
Brackett James, house 23 Everett 

Brackett Maria, clerk Registry of Deeds, bds. at Newton 
Brackett William H., carriagepainter F. L. Chapman, h. 

133 Mt. Auburn 
Bradbury Caleb, glasspacker N. E. Glass Co., h. 138 Otis 

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Bradbury Caleb B., paying teller (National Bank of Re- 
demption, 41 Devonshire, B.), house Walden, oppo- 
site Mt. Pleasant 
Bradbury Chas. W., com'l traveler, rooms 53 Oxford 
Bradbury Frederick T., assistant collecting clerk (Faneuil 

Hall National Bank, B.), house 138 Otis 
Bradbury Horace D., house 74 Fourth 
Bradbury Julia M., dressmaker and milliner (285 Tre- 

mont, B.), boards 138 Otis 
Bradbury Louise Mrs., rooms 53 Oxford 
Bradbury William F., Hopkins master High school, house 

36 Trowbridge 
Bradeen Jacob F., teamster, house 28 Fourth [Ninth 

Bradeen Jotham S., teamster, 253 Cambridge, h. Otis, n. 
Bradfield Robert, laborer, house 27 Vine 
Bradford Alexander W., house 16 Elm 
Bradford Alice Miss house 339 Broadway 
Bradford Isaac, house 46 Mt. Auburn 
Bradford Kate, widow of Charles, house 11 Sumner 
Bradford Olivia K, widow of Charles R., h. 21 William 
Bradford Sarah B., widow ef Isaac, h. 46 Sacramento 
Bradford William H., clothing, and gent's furnishing goods, 

505 Main, house at Boston 
Bradish Frank E., student H. XL, rooms 648 Cambridge 
Bradish Levi J., com. mer. (17 and 19 Kingston, B.), h. 

648 Cambridge 
Bradish Nathaniel J., salesman (92 Franklin, B.), bds. 648 

Cambridge 
Bradlee Charles L., locksmith, 642 Main, h. 138 Green 
Bradley Abraham, carpenter, house 3 Washington 
Bradley Anthony F., clerk (3 Blackstone, B.), house 1 

Shepard's block, Charles River 
Bradley Dennis, laborer, boards 163 Bridge 
Bradley James, matmaker, boards 40 Brookline 
Bradley John, hosemaker, boards 105 Pleasant 
Bradley Julia, widow, house rear 64 Charles 
Bradley John C, salesman (Haymarket sq., B.), boards 

53 Mt. Auburn 
Bradley Laura, widow of Joseph, house 646 Main 
Bradley Mary, widow of Daniel, house 123 Winsor 
Bradley Mary A. Mrs. (Mrs. Bradley & Martin), dress 

and cloakmaker, 646 Main, h. do. 

Bradley Mrs. & Martin (Mrs. Mary A. Bradley and Mrs. 

Elizabeth V. Martin), dress and cloakmakers, 646 

Main _ [do. 

Bradley Michael, boot and shoe repairer, 171 Dublin, bds. 

Bradley Robert, laborer, house 238 Franklin 

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66 CAMBEIDGE [g] DIEECTORT. 

Bradshaw Aaron, oil and candles (7 Central wharf, B.), 
house 44 Erie [Cottage 

Bradshaw Alfred A., clerk (Washington, B.), house 5 
Brady Bridget Miss, variety store, 15 Vine, house do. 
Brady Bridget, widow of James, house 53 North 
Brady Charles, laborer, Navy yard (Chas'n), house 2 

Stevens court 
Brady Edward, m older, house 13 Pine 
Brady Edward J., grocer, 376 Cambridge, h. 163 Winsor 
Brady James, laborer, house Garden court 
Brady James, teamster, boards 32 Hancock 
Brady Jeremiah, glassblower, house 4 Fourth 
Brady Johanna Miss, house 15 Vine 
Brady John, laborer, house rear 15 Vine 
Brady Michael, jobwagon, h. Porter, n. Cambridge 
Brady Michael, potter A. H. Hews & Co., bds. 1 Garden ct. 
Brady Michael J., baker William Wright, h. 7 Mill 
Brady Thomas M., marbleworker, 19 Main, house at Som- 

erville 
Brady William, laborer, house 103 Fourth 
Braendel George C, piano-key finisher, 139 Broadway, 

house 114 do. 
Bragdon O. S. Miss, supt. Cambridge P. O., 7 Harvard 

row, boards 27 Trowbridge 
Brahaney Patrick, laborer, house 13 Vine 
Braman Euzzial C, hosernaker, house 105 Pleasant 
Braman H. B. (Braman, Shaw & Co.), furniture manufac- 
turer, 54 Bridge, house at Boston 
Braman Joseph U., rubber worker, house 29 Prince 
Braman, Shaw & Co. (H. B. Braman, Dan. W. Shaw, 
Sumner Applin), furniture manufacturers, 54 Bridge, 
office and salesroom (27 Sudbury, B.) 
Braman Warren L., hosernaker, boards 105 Pleasant 
Bramhall Charles E., key leveller M. & H. Organ Co., h. 

49 Market 
Bramhall George N., carpenter, house 75 Green 
Brand John, stevedore, house 4 Sidney 
Brandeis Albert S., student, H. IT., rooms 4 Mt. Auburn 
Brandeis Louis D., law student, rooms 4 Mt. Auburn 
Brandin John, laborer, house 254 Franklin 
Brandt Henry H., painter, house 1 Village 
Brannan James E., clerk Orrin Hall, boards 22 South 
Braslahan Cornelius, laborer, bds. D. Shea's, Montgomery 
Braslahan Thomas, laborer, house Dublin, corner Railroad 
Braslin Catherine, widow of Michael, house 35 Sargent 
Braslin Cornelius V., electrotyper Riverside, h. 13 Dyke 
Braslin Hugh, earthenware agent, house 130 River 

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CAMBRIDGE [B] DIRECTORY. 67 

Braslin James E., stereotyper, bds. O. Braslin's, Willard 

Braslin John, brickmason, house 63 Spruce 

Braslin John, laborer, boards 29 Harvey 

Braslin Mary Mrs., house 431 Cambridge 

Braslin Mary, widow of Patrick, house 18 Reed 

Braslin Mary, widow of John, house 79 Spruce 

Braslin Michael, clerk, Bay, corner Green, boards do. 

Braslin Owen, laborer, house 7 Willard, near Brattle 

Braslin Timothy, currier, boards B. Connor's, Reed 

Braslin Timothy, laborer, house 105 Spruce 

Braslin Timothy, laborer, house 141 Webster avenue 

Brassell Daniel C., laborer, house Franklin, cor. Hancock 

Brassil James, laborer, house 156 Green 

Brassil John, fireman Gas Works, house 43 Banks 

Brassil Mary, widow, house 66 Harvard 

Brassil Michael, laborer, boards 166 Franklin 

Brassil Thomas, laborer, house '43 Banks 

Brassil Timothy, laborer, boards 166 Franklin 

Brasslin Timothy, laborer, house Jackson, near Spruce 

Brattles Edward, gardener, house 11 Follen 

Brazier Abbie M., widow of Franklin J., house 20 Bigelow 

Brazil Joseph, laborer, house 1 Murdock 

Brazil Thomas, laborer, house 33 Banks 

Breeden George, bookkeeper (Wareham, cor. Maiden, B.), 

boards 14 Fairmont 
Breeden Lewis, house 14 Fairmont 
Breeden Lewis, jr., clerk, boards 14 Fairmont 
Breen Bartholomew, laborer, house 13 Foster 
Breen John, laborer, house 199 Mt. Auburn 
Breen Patrick, laborer, house 16 Cambridge 
Breen Thos., carpenter, boards Corson, corner Gore 
Breen Wm. J„ milkman, house rear 14 Seventh 
Brennan Catherine, widow of James J., house 11 Lopez 
Brennan Cornelius, laborer, house 209 Mt. Auburn 
Brennan Ellen, widow of Eugene, house 22 Charles River 
Brennan Ellen, widow of James, house 16 Sparks 
Brennan Geo., laborer, house 131 Webster avenue 
Brennan James, granite cutter, house 48 Brighton 
Brennan James, laborer, boards 40 Brookline 
Brennan John, laborer, house rear 209 Mt. Auburn 
Brennan John, laborer, house rear 25 Grant 
Brennan Margaret, widow of Richard, house 250 Bridge 
Brennan Martin, stonecutter, house 28 Charles River 
Brennan Mary, widow of Dennis, house 67 Vine 
Brennan Michael, upholsterer (5 Wash., B.), h. 93 Sixth 
Brennan Nellie, widow, house 209 Mt. Auburn 
Brennan Patrick, laborer, house Garden court 

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68 CAMBRIDGE [g] DIRECTORY. 

Brennan Patrick, currier, liouse Arnory, near Hampshire 
Brennan Robert, teamster, boards 250 Bridge 
Brennan Thomas F., paperh anger, h. Elm, cor. Cambridge 
Brennan Timothy, laborer, house 16 Sparks 
Brennan William J., laborer, house 131 Webster avenue 
Breslin Joseph, machinist, boards rear 67 Charles 
Brett Samuel G., tin roofer, house 26 Brookline 
Brewer David, provision dealer, 9 Brattle, h. 32 Shepard 
Brewer Thomas H., provision dealer, 1 Brewer's block, 

Brattle Square, house rear do. 
Brewster Henry B., printer, house 59 Cherry 
Brewster John, banker (35 Congress, B.), h. 145 Brattle 
Brewster William, naturalist, boards 145 Brattle 
Bridden Benjamin F., policeman, house Douglass court 
Bridden Benjamin F., jr., telegrapher (12 Exchange pi., 

B.), house 29 Elm 
Bridden Horace E., lettercarrier, 625 Main, h. 6 Cottage 
Bridge James, house 35 Auburn 
Bridge Samuel G., house 35 Auburn 

Bridge William F., band sawyer, 77 Main, bds. at Boston 
Bridges Frank E., clerk, 186 Cambridge, boards 13 Sixth 
Bridges Frederic, carpenter, boards 30 Western avenue 
Bridges Stephen O., shipcarpenter, house 24 Fifth 
Bridges Warren F., carpenter, boards 15 Pleasant 
Brierre Felix, carpenter, house Walden, near Dublin 
Brierre Mary, widow, house 229 Franklin 
Brierley James B., proofreader J. Wilson & Son, boards 

D. Wilson's, Putnam avenue 
Briggs Edward, carpenter, house 25 Fifth 
Briggs George R., tutor in Mathematics, H. U., boards 61 

Kirkland 
Briggs George W., keymaker, 139 Broadway, h. 49 Clark 
Briggs George W., pastor Austin street Unitarian society, 

house 61 Kirkland 
Briggs John, brick mnfr., h. Walden, n. R. R. crossing 
Briggs Perry, engineer, boards 94 Fourth 
Briggs Samuel E., organmaker G. Woods & Co., house at 

Boston 
Briggs Sarah M., widow of Walter D., house 720 Main 
Briggs Walter D., clerk (15 Chauncy, B.), bds. 720 Main 
Briggs William H., cabinet organ maker G. Woods & Co., 

house 79 Putnam avenue 
Brigham Augusta L., teacher High school, h. at Boston 
Brigham Frederick A., clerk (188 Congress, B.), h. 1 Jay 
Brigham Josiah M., Cambridge & Boston Express, order 

box (9 Merchant's Row, Boston), h. 40 Winsor 
Brigham Lydia, widow of Peter, house 18 Winsor 

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Brigham Mary D., widow of Owen B., house 1 Jay . 

Bright Elizabeth Mrs., house 104 Trowbridge 

Bright Horace O., Boston Ice Co. (76 State, B.), house 

328 Broadway [Broadway 

Bright John J., Boston Ice Co. (76 State, B.), house 320 
Bright Nathaniel F., bookkeeper, 5 and 6 Harvard row, 

boards 104 Trowbridge 
Bright William, laborer, boards 451 Cambridge 
Briley Harry, boilermaker, 356 Main 
Brine Charles F. watchmaker, 120 Cambridge, b. 120 do. 
Brine George R., merchant tailor (365 Wash., B.), house 

128 Otis [ville 

Brine James W., shirt mnfr., 95 Cambridge, h. at Somer- 
Brine John F. (Brine & Clark), coal and wood, 211 Bridge, 

foot of Third, house Prospect, corner Oak 
Brine John H., bookkeeper Brine & Clark, bds. Prospect, 

corner Oak 
Brine John K., clerk (365 Wash., B.), boards 74 Otis 
Brine Robert, clothier £365 Wash., B.), house 74 Otis 
Brine William, tailor, 120 Cambridge, house do. 
Brine & Clark (John F. Brine and Patrick T. Clark), coal 

and wood, 211 Bridge, foot of Third 
Briney Thos., watchman, house 39 Gore 
Brinkler Richard, laborer, house 30 Hastings 
Bristol Edgar S., note broker (40 Congress, B.), house 85 

In man 
Britton Henry A., cabinetmaker, house 89 Spring 
Britton Joseph, clerk (Post Office, B.), b. 30 Western av. 
Brock Frank E., tinsmith, 30 Brighton, bds. at Charles- 
town 
Brock Ossin H., tinsmith, 30 Brighton, boards 44 do. 
Broderick Patrick, currier M. Kuebler, h. at Medford 
Brodest John, carpenter, house 5 Madison 
Brodrick Edward, brickmason, bds. 46 Montgomery 
Brodrick Ellen, widow of Daniel, boardinghouse, 190 

Bridge 
Brodrick Maurice, saloon, 83 Spruce, house do. 
Brogan Ellen, widow, house 68 Harvard 
Brogan John, teamster, house 14 Dublin 
Brogan John A., clerk for J. P. Squire & Co., 168 Gore, 

house 9 Squire's court 
Brogan John F., teamster, boards P. Brogan, Raymond 
Brogan Nicholas J., potter, house 105 Garden 
Brogan Patrick, laborer, house Raymond, near Walden 
Brohen Patrick, engineer F. Draper & Co., h. 3 Spring pi. 
Bronk John P., law student (B. IT.), boards 34 Austin 
•Brook Alfred, lithographer Riverside Press, bds. 5 Park 

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70 CAMBRIDGE [B] DIRECTORY. 

Brookings Charles S. (Brookings & Sheafe), painter, 8 

Pearl, house 30 Fairmont 
Brookings Samuel R., painter, boards 30 Fairmont 
Brookings & Sheafe (Charles S. Brookings and John C. 

Sheafe), painters, 8 Pearl 
Brooklayer George, tin worker, boards 139 Main 
Brookover Harry, carpenter, house 19 Green 
Brooks Alfred A., assist keeper, Boston Public Library, 

boards 121 Mt. Auburn 
Brooks Ann, house 45 Coggswell avenue 
Brooks Cyrus, house 55 Union 
Brooks Edward C, clerk (33 Summer, B.), boards 121 

Mount Auburn 
Brooks Edwin C, engineer Cambridge Water Works, h. 

Vassal lane, near R. R. 
Brooks Evelina Miss, teacher Willard primary school, 

rooms 7 Austin 
Brooks Eugene D., leather (157 Summer, B.),bds. 21 Lee 
BROOKS GEO. F., DR., concert organist and professor 

of music (5 Temple Place, room 17, or Ditson's, B.), 

house 15 Tremont 
BROOKS GEO. F, DR. MRS., soprano soloist, house 

15 Tremont [Dana 

Brooks Hiram W., com. mer. (57 Oliver, B.), house 5 
Brooks Isaac Mrs., house 42 Market 
Brooks Isaac A., house 121 Mount Auburn 
Brooks James T., glassmaker, boards 39 Winter 
Brooks James W., house 4 Berkeley 
Brooks John, treasurer (4 Exchange pi., B.), boards 127 

Mt. Auburn 
Brooks John, machinist, Walworth Mnfg. Co. 
Brooks John Mrs., widow, house 39 Winter 
Brooks John L., pianoforte maker (344 Wash., B.), house 

rear 72 Alston 
Brooks J. Mason, clerk (97 State, B.), house 28 Inman 
Brooks Maitha A., widow of Aaron, jr., house 4 Berkeley 
Brooks Mary Mrs., house 21 Lee [Auburn 

Brooks Mary I. Miss, librarian (Quincy), house 121 Mount 
Brooks Matthew, carpenter, house 204 Harvard 
Brooks Michael, bootmaker, boards 103 Brookline 
Brooks Nathaniel P. (William C. Brooks & Co.), wood, 

coal, etc., 221 Bridge, boards 74 Thorndike 
Brooks Newton V., clerk (21 Milk, B.), h. 7 Lambert av. 
Brooks Patrick, marble polisher A. McDonald, h. in rear 

of yard, near R. R. 
Brooks Sumner J., house 119 North avenue 
Brooks Sylvanus F., real estate, house 359 Main 

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CAMBRIDGE [B] DIRECTORY. 71 

Brooks Thos. Wm,, glasscutter, house 116 Gore 
Brooks William, cabinet maker, house 301 Cambridge 
Brooks William C. (Wm. C. Brooks & Co.), wood, coal, 

etc., 221 Bridge, boards 74 Thorudike 
BROOKS WILLIAM C. & CO. (Wm. C. and Nathaniel 

P. Brooks), coal, hay, etc., 221 Bridge 
Brooks Willliam H., school teacher (47 Winter, B.), house 

318 Harvard 
Brooks Wm. K, student Museum Comparative Zoology, 

rooms 1 Zoological Hall 
Broughen John, laborer, boards 245 Broadway 
Brousard John, carpenter, house 49 Cedar 
Brousseau Alexander, foreman Bay State Brick Co.'s 

yard, house do. 
Brousseau Charles, laborer, house 124 Spruce 
Brousseau Gilbert, grocer, Dublin, near Brickyard, h. do. 
Brown Abbie S., widow of C. EL, house 13 Pleasant 
Brown Albert, waiter, Memorial Hall, rooms Holmes pi. 
Brown Alvin B., house 104 Winsor 
Brown Archibald, laborer, house Willow place 
Brown Artemus Z., city assessor, office City Hall, house 

57 Magazine 
Brown A. C., student H. U., rooms 14 Divinity Hall 
Brown Beveley, hostler J. Pike, Main, opp. Pearl, house 

42 Hastings 
Brown Boston, waiter, Memorial Hall, H. U., rooms 

Holmes place 
Brown Charles, cigar maker, 527 Main, house at Boston 
Brown Chas. A., conductor, U. R. Co., house 27 Mellen 
Brown Charles E., cooper, house 77 Pearl 
Brown Chas. H., baker, 15 River, boards 11 Lincoln 
Brown Charles H., flour (68 Com'l, B.), h. 322 Broadway 
Brown Chas. H., foreman H. Moulton & Co., house 105 

Spring 
Brown Charles J., boilermaker, 356 Main 
Brown Charles O., watchman, house 48 Spring 
Brown Charles R., cigarmaker, bds. 26 Front 
Brown Charles R., student H. IT., boards 341 Broadway 
Brown Charles W., receiving teller (National Ex'ge Bank, 

28 State, B.), boards 57 Magazine 
Brown Charlotte A. Miss., teacher Putnam school, boards 

68 Otis 
Brown Daniel, wheelwright, Palmer, near Brattle, house 

14 Appian way 
Brown Daniel, mason, boards 430 Main 
Brown Daniel L. Mrs., house 16 Ash 
Brown Daniel, laborer, house 15 Hayes court 

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72 CAMBRIDGE [B] DIRECTORY. 

Brown David F., foreman, 113 Broadway, h. 21 Hews 
Brown David R., carpenter, house 112 Hampshire 
Brown Eben P., organ regulator, house 13 State 
Brown Edward, laborer, house rear 66 Charles 
Brown Edward A., printer, boards 12 Dunster 
Brown Edward H. Mrs., house 18 Western avenue 
Brown Edward J., fancy dry goods (Green, cor. Leverett, 

B.), house 125 Norfolk [37 Mellen 

Brown Edward P., musician (3 Tremont row, B.), bds. 
Brown Edwin, teamster, house 82 Harvard 
Brown Edwin R., timekeeper Cambridge Gas Works, h. 

24 Front 
Brown Elexzina, widow, house 60 Washington 
Brown Eliza, widow of Peter, house 121 Elm 
Brown Eliza A. Miss, rooms 46 Winthrop 
Brown Ellen Miss, house 435 Cambridge 
Brown Emily J., widow of John, house 23 Prince 
Brown Evan, boardinghouse, 48 Brattle 
Brown E. G., organmaker, Fifth, cor. Otis, h. at Boston 
Brown Frank W., soapmaker, house 11 Lincoln 
Brown Freeman G., tract depot (3 Tremont row, B.), h. 

37 Mellen 
Brown George D., painter, house 864 Main 
Brown George H., porter, house 21 Sidney [jailers 

Brown George H., officer House of Correcti-on, boards at 
Brown George T., clerk, house Inman place 
Brown George T., jr., stonecutter, boards G. T. Brown's, 

Inman place 
Brown George W., tutor H. U., rooms 7 Remington 
Brown Gilbert, carpenter, house 9 Sargent 
Brown Henry, teamster, house 1 Hunting 
Brown Honora, widow, house 4 Dickenson 
Brown Inglis H., foreman E. B. Biaisdell, 74 Brighton, h. 

10 Brewer 
Brown Isaac, laborer, house 33 Hastings 
Brown Isaac H., traveling salesman (83 Broad, B.), house 

Arlington, near Washington av. 
Brown James, laborer, house 7 Camden place 
Brown James, laborer, house 39 Somerset 
Brown James Mrs., house 3 Murdock 
Brown James, stonecutter, house 161 Columbia 
Brown James C, proofreader Riverside, h. 31 Blackstone 
Brown James E., carpenter, house 141 Columbia 
Brown James R., machinist, house Third, n. Broadway 
Brown Jane Miss, seamstress, house 7 Appian way 
Brown Jason B., clerk (27 Winter, B.), bds. 18 Western 

avenue 

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CAMBRIDGE [B] DIRECTORY. 73 

Brown Joel W. (Burnett & Brown), Third, near Gas 

Works, house at -Melrose 
Brown John, law student 563 Main, bcls. 34 Austin 
Brown John, currier, house 371 North avenue 
Brown John, laborer, boards 66 Vine 
Brown John, shoemaker, 13 Water, house do. 
Brown John, tailor, house 40 Winthrop 
Brown John, teamster, boards 245 Brown 
Brown John, house rear 425 Cambridge 
Brown John C, boilermaker, house 1 Pioneer 
Brown John F., counselor (7 Court sq., room 15, B.), rooms 

90 Mt. Vernon 

Brown John G., iron and steel (Purchase, n. Oliver, B.) 

house 65 Inman 
Brown John H., cigarmaker, rooms 31 Holyoke 
Brown John S., cracker peddler, house 8 Howard 
Brown Joseph, tailor, house 20 East 

Brown Joseph, tinner, house 21 Front [Broadway 

Brown Joseph A., dry goods (60 Summer, B.), house 322 
Brown Josephine M. Mrs., dressmaker, house 864 Main 
Brown J. K., sawyer Mason & Hamlin 
Brown Lizzie A. Mrs., house 151 Cambridge 
Brown Lyman A., hackdriver, Main opp. Pearl, house 3 

Suffolk 
Brown Maria, widow of Edw. H., house 18 Western av. 
Brown Mary A., teacher Sargent primary school, boards 

91 Columbia 

Brown Nancy Mrs., house 70 Harvard [DeWolf 

Brown Nancy K., widow of Edward, seamstress, house 9 
Brown Oliver G., blacksmith, house 4 Baldwin's court, 
rear 97 Main [avenue 

Brown Otis F., com. mer. (29 Avon, B.), bds. 18 Wertern 
Brown Otis S. (Otis S. Brown & Co.), flour, grain, etc., 

Bridge, cor. East, house 29 Second 
Brown Otis S. & Co. (Otis S. Brown, Hiram N. Hutch- 
inson, and Frank H. Marshall), flour, grain, etc., 
Bridge, cor. East 
Brown Ozro, foreman Boston Ice Co., house 142 Spring 
Brown Patrick A., teamster, house 115 Fourth 
Brown Philip G., conductor U. R. Co., house Frank 
Brown Robert C, watchman, house 57 Cherry 
Brown Schuyler L., surveyor, Mt. Auburn Cemetery, 

rooms 44 Brighton 
Brown Silas P., laborer, house 17 Brown 
Brown Walker W., laborer, house 42 Hastings 
Brown Walter H., stonecutter, house 5 Washington 
Brown Willett S., carpenter, house r. 146 Thorndike 

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74 CAMBRIDGE [g] DIRECTORY. 

Brown William, watchman Wm. Muller, boards 388 
North avenue [Putnam av. 

Brown William, paperglazier, 10 Arrow, h. Flagg, near 
Brown William, laborer, house 93 Fifth 
Brown William, laborer, house 15 Hastings 
Brown William B., tinsmith (B.), h. Groveland, n. Spruce 
BROWN WILLIAM F„ printer (50 Bromfield; B.), h. 

14 Park 

Brown William H., clerk (138 Congress, B.), bds. 16 Ash 

Brown William H., hairdresser, h. 125 Columbia 

Brown William P., bookkeeper A. H. Hews & Co., bds. 

15 Worcester [River 
Brown William S., baker, 15 River and 579 Main, h. 17 
Brown William Wells, physician (140 Court, B ), house 

15 Webster av. [73 Hastings 

Brown William Wilson, clothing (24 Brattle, B.), house 
Browne Benjamin A., provisions, Broadway, corner Nor- 
folk, house 64 Antrim 
Browne George H., student H. U., rooms 33 Divinity Hall 
Browning Francis, tin plate worker, house 40 Erie 
Browning Margaret, widow of Thomas, h. rear 19 Vine 
Brownlee Annie E. Mrs., house 66 Dana 
Brownlow Joseph, express, house 16 Perry 
Brownlow William A., student H. U., bds. 16 Perry 
Bruce Eugene L., hay and straw, 253 Cambridge, house 

at Charlestown 
Bruce George, graniteworker A. McDonald, bds. Mt. Au 

burn, c. Lowell 
Bruce George F., carriagepainter F. Ivers,h. 282 North av. 
Bruce Joseph C, bookkeeper, boards 9 Walden 
Bruce Walter E. (W. E. Bruce & Co.), provisions, 154 

Harvard, h. 81 Wash. 
Bruce W. E. & Co. (Walter E. Bruce and Chas. A. Rams- 
dell), provisions, 154 Harvard 
Brum Antonio E., hairdresser, 97 Cambridge, house at 
Somerville [thiers, Crescent av. 

Brunett Edward, potter A. H. Hews & Co., bds. J. Au- 
Brunt William, gardener, house 13 Willard 
Brusch Bernard, ale, beer, etc., and boardinghouse, 1 and 

2 Washington, house do. 
Brusch Louisa, widow of John, house 1 Washington 
Brush M. Wagner, machinist (390 Federal, B.), house 

101 Prospect 
Bryan John, laborer, house 34 Charles 
Bryan Thos. F., silversmith (Bowker, B.), h. 33 Seventh 
Bryant Amos, coachman, bds. H. J. Reddick's, North av. 
Bryant Benjamin, boards 99 Prospect 

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Bryant Benjamin R., commission merchant (20 Clinton, 

B.), h. 10 Tremont [Elm, c. Beech 

Bryant David, flour and grain (199 Causeway, B.), house 
Bryant Frank, dry goods (287 Devonshire, B.), house 37 

Coggswell avenue 
Bryant Frank L., conductor U. R. Co., bds. 15 Eliot 
Bryant Frederick S., carriages, house 181 Cambridge 
Bryant Harrison C, clerk (City Hall, B.), h. 11 Temple 
Bryant John E., boards 15 Eliot 

Bryant Jos. A., paperruler (82 State, B.), h. 48 Tremont 
Bryant Lewis H., sewing machine agent, h. Avon place 
Bryant Lewis L., physician, 498 Cambridge, bds. Avon pi. 
Bryant Lucy E., widow of John, h. 15 Eliot 
Bryant Margaret A. Mrs., h. Sidney, cor. Putnam av. 
Bryant Sophia Mrs., house 99 Prospect 
Bryant Susan, widow, house 23 Brewery 
Bryant William H., clerk (Green, cor. Lyman, B.), bds. 

44 Coggswell av. 
Bryant William T., carpenter, h. 44 Coggswell av. 
Buchanan Alexander, carpenter, h. 29 River 
Buchanan William H., laborer, h. 20 Brighton 
Buck Abijah R., machinist Mason & Hamlin Organ Co., 

B., house 50 Winsor 
Buck David S., house 16 Holyoke 
Buck Henry L., expressman, 16 Holyoke and (99 Water, 

B.), boards 16 Holyoke 
Buck James, printer, Riverside, house 79 River 
Buck Lucius A., machinist M. & H. Organ Co., house 14 

Market 
Buck Silas B., carpenter, house 70 Thorndike 
Buck Silas E. (Silas E. Buck & Co.), clothing, 80 Cam- 
bridge, boards 63 Otis 
BUCK SILAS E. & CO. (Silas E. Buck and Billings 

Smith, jr.), clothing, 80 Cambridge 
Buck Wm., cabinetmaker, h. 1 Linnehan's block, Third 
Buck Willard, house 83 Charles 
Buckland G. C. Mrs., house 25 Holyoke 
Buckley Charles, gardener S. W. Trowbridge, Russell, 

boards do. 
Buckley Cornelius, laborer, house Warren, near Porter 
Buckley Daniel, laborer, house 128 Webster avenue 
Bucklev Daniel, laborer, house 30 North 
Buckley Daniel, laborer, h. Harding, near Porter 
Buckley Daniel A., real estate and insurance agent, 547 

Main, house 278 Harvard 
Buckley Ellen, widow, house 16 Vine 
Buckley Hannah, house 131 Webster avenue 

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76 CAMBRIDGE []J] DIRECTOKY. 

Buckley James, laborer, house rear 149 Bridge 

Buckley James, laborer, house 47 Cedar 

Buckley Jeremiah, laborer, house 51 Amory 

Buckley John Mrs., liquors, 147 Bridge, house 2 Short 

Buckley Michael, teamster, house 35 Jefferson 

Buckley Patrick, laborer, house 122 Elm 

Buckley Timothy, stonecutter, house 26 Vine 

Buckley William, currier Theo. Downing, h. at Somer- 

ville 
Buckley Wm., laborer, house 159 Spring 
Buckley Wm., boards rear 149 Bridge 
Buckman Albert A., teamster (B.), boards 28 Spring 
Buckman Caleb P., house 51 Pleasant 
Buckman Charles E., boards 51 Pleasant 
Buckman John, cabinetmaker, house 15 Vine 
Bucknam Thomas M., painter A. J. Jones, bds. at Lynn 
Bucknell Kate Mrs. (Bucknell & Phalan), boarding, h. 

88 Mt. Auburn 
Bucknell & Phalan (Kate Bucknell & Maria Phalan), 

boarding, 88 Mt. Auburn 
Buckner Henry, laborer, house 32 Hastings 
Buffum Ferdinand M. (Mason & Buffum), locksmith and 

bellh anger, 6 Pearl, house 14 Worcester 
Buffum James L., paperhanger J. H. & J. P. Thayer & 

Co., house 101 Norfolk 
Bugbee John B. (Holt & Bugbee), hardwood lumber 

dealers, 17 East, house at Boston 
Buggy John, junk dealer, house Porter 
Builders' Foundry Co., iron founders, Sixth, cor. Potter 
Buker Cyrus W., printer Riverside, boards 16 Front 
Bulfinch Stephen G. Mrs., rooms 25 Church 
Bulkley Walter, waiter Memorial Hall, rooms Holmes pi. 
Bull James, plasterer, boards 196 Franklin 
Bullard Albert, clerk (19 Oliver, B.), bds. 6 Garden 
Bullard Asa Rev., house 22 Centre 
Bullard Charles, tinsmith, boards 36 Fairmont 
Bullard D. Webster, clerk (Sup. Court, 3 Court House, 

B.) 5 house 72 Allston 
Bullard Fannie Miss, music teacher, 6 Garden, bds. do. 
BULLARD JOHN C, cashier Cambridge National Bank, 

87 Cambridge, house at Arlington 
Bullard Joseph O. (Bullard & Scott), pottery (Brighton), 

boards 67 Magazine 
Bullard Joseph P., grocer, 101 Cambridge, h. at Somerville 
Bullard Mary A. Mrs., house 378 Harvard 
Bullard Mary L. Miss, teacher Holmes primary School, 

boards 378 Harvard 

UpMstery &ootls, Dr K e ^ m ^ d 7,r s e 11 et 3 ' Bancroft & Boyden. 



CAMBRIDGE [g] DIRECTORY. 77 

BULLARD WILLARD A., cashier First National Bank, 

Main, corner Prospect, house 761 Main 
Bullarcl William If., engineer, house 159 Pleasant 
Bullock Charles, dentist, 569 Main, h. 265 North avenue 
Bullock Otis S., machinist, 179 Broadway, h. at Somerville 
Bullock Thomas, grocer, 91 Tremont, house do. 
Bullock Warren L., machinist, house 11 River 
Bunker Nathaniel W., carpenter, h. 26 Coggswell avenue 
Bunton George W., clerk (67 Summer, B.) s bds. 36 Mt. 

Auburn 
Bunton Wm. A., cashier (47 Broad, B.), h. 36 Mt. Auburn 
Burba nk Edwin A., discount and collection clerk (North 

National Bank, 111 Franklin, B.), h. 40 Shepard 
Burbank George, traveling salesman, h. 18 Wendell 
Burbeck George D., jr., carpenter, house 70 Fairmont 
Burch Stephen, harnessmaker Wm. Mitchell, boards at 

Boston 
Burdakin John C., janitor Court House, house 56 Fifth 
Burdakin Joseph, glasscutter, house 7 Sixth 
Burditt LaRoy S., tuner Mason & Hamlin Organ Co. 
Burgess Albert, paperh anger, house 22 Winsor 
Burgess Albert L., at Mason & Hamlin's, bds. 49 Market 
Burgess Charles E., woodmokler, bds. 14 Auburn court 
Burgess Daniel, laborer, house 108 Kinnaird 
Burgess Ellen M. Mrs., house 90 Auburn 
Burgess Geo. A., clerk (451 Wash., B.), h. 90 Auburn 
Burgess John E., clerk (451 Washington, B.), house 90 

Auburn 
Burgess King, hairdresser, 141 Bridge, bds. 198 Third 
Burgess Rudolph, baker, house 9 Suffolk 
Burgess William, mason, house 14 Auburn court 
Burgess William D., carpenter, house 20 Union 
Burgess William H., reed board maker Mason & Hamlin, 

house 8 State 
Burguwyn James, carpenter, house 54 Brattle 
Burke Andrew, cabinetmaker (25 Sudbury, B.), h. Vine, 

near Sixth 
Burke Anna P. Mrs., boards 39 Pleasant 
Burke Barney, laborer, house 10 Somerset 
Burke Catherine, widow of James, house 49 Washington 
Burke Edward, laborer, house 123 Fourth 
Burke James, laborer, house Jefferson 
Burke James, hostler, house 6 Second street court 
Burke James, britannia worker, house rear 15 Vine 
Burke John, machinist, boards 390 Main 
Burke John, slaughterer, house Carson, cor. Gore 
Burke John woodcarver (40 Lancaster, B.), h. 6 Third 

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78 CAMBRIDGE [B] DIRECTORY. 

Burke Margaret, widow of Edward, house 123 Fourth 
Burke Mary, widow of Patrick, h. 15 Hancock, c. Green 
Burke Michael J., printer, house 43 Cedar [bridge 

Burke Patrick, printer (Boston Herald), bds. 196 Cam- 
Burke Richard H., tinsmith, house 261 Franklin 
Burke Thomas, shoemaker, boards 196 Cambridge 
Burke William A., gasfitter, 12 Harvard row, boards 48 

Brighton 
Burkett Augustus H., clerk, house 41 River 
Burkett Frank P., clerk (Court, B.), house 41 River 
Burkett Henry A., auctioneer (Court, B.), h. 41 River 
Burleigh Charles H. Mrs., house 196 Hampshire 
Burleigh Emily A., widow of John A., h. 85 Brattle 
Burleigh Jacob N., flour dealer (186 State, B.), house 32 
Putnam avenue [bridge 

Burleigh Thomas W., driver U. R. Co., house 428 Cam- 
Burley David P., foreman U. R. Co.'s stables, h. 1 Oak 
Burlyn Mark, cigarmaker, boards 8 Holly 
Barly.ii Phillip, peddler, house 8 Holly 
Barman n Henry, sausagemaker, Eighth, n. Spring, h. do. 
Burn ell Kittie Miss, assistant librarian Harvard Library 
boards 15 Sumner [River 

Burnett Charles H., clerk F. O. Hudson, bds. 13 Charles 
Burnett Daniel, laborer, house 49 Hampshire 
Burnett Frank W., h. 3 Shepherd's block, Charles River 
Burnett Frederick, carpenter, boards foot of Crescent 
Burnett Frederick A., express driver, boards 13 Charles 

River 
Burnett James, surveyor of lumber, bds. 134 Bridge 
Burnett James (Burnett & Brown), machine blacksmith, 

Third, near Gas Works, house at Somerville 
Burnett Lewis, house 13 Charles River 
Burnett Samuel W., printer Cambridge Press, boards foot 

of Crescent 
Burnett Thomas, cabinetmaker, house foot of Crescent 
BURNETT & BROWN (James Burnett and Joel W. 

Brown), machine blacksmiths, Third, n. Gas Works 
Burnham Charles A., printer, house 100 Winsor 
Burnham Charles T., organmaker, house 20 Green 
Burnham Edward, iusurance agent, 623 Main, h. 68 Inman 
Burnham Geo. A., furniture mover, house 32 Clark 
Burnham Heary D., teamster, house 115 Cambridge 
Burnham Henry D., student H. U., rooms 48 Brattle 
Burnham Robert, teamster, boards 130 Spring 
Burnham Sarah M. Miss, teacher Putnam grammar school, 

boards 80 Cambridge 
Burns Barnard, laborer, house 146 Bridge 

FINE CLOltilJU SBu DOLSKIliS. 430 Harvard St., Cambridge. 



CAMBRIDGE [B] DIRECTORY. 79 

Barns Bridget, widow, house 3 Webster avenue 

Burns Bridget, widow, house 37 Charles 

Burns Catherine, widow, house 12 East 

Burns Chas., glazier (B.), boards 51 Winter 

Burns David, laborer, house 7 Cowperthwait 

Burns George A., salesman (3 Winthrop sq., B.), boards 

5 Shepard 
Burns Geo. W., molder, house 5 Washington 
Burns James, laborer, house 17 Harvard 
Burns James, teamster, boards 23 Vine 
Burns Jeremiah, laborer, house 176 Gore 
Burns Jeremiah, watchman round house L. R. R., house 

36 Gore 
Burns John, laborer, house 159 Broadway 
Burns John, baker, house 10 Pine 
Burns John, glasscutter, house rear 109 Gore 
Burns John, slater, boards 68 Brighton 
Burns John J., baker, house Elm, near Cambridge 
Burns Jules M., salesman (3 Winthrop square, B.), h. 5 

Shepard 
Burns Mary, widow of Thomas, house 106 Kinnaird 
Burns Nelson, clothes cleaner, house 187 IJampshire 
Burns Patrick, laborer B. & L. R. R., boards 12 East 
Burns Peter, provisions, 2 Cowperthwait, house do. 
Burns Richard J., marblecutter, house 37 Vine 
Burns Robert R., carpenter, house 451 Cambridge 
Burns Samuel A., boards 5 Shepard 
Burns Stephen J., house 21 Plymouth 
Burns Stephen J. Mrs., preserver of flowers, house 21 

Plymouth 
Burns Thomas, glassworker and grocer, ld}4 Fifth, house 

Gore, corner Fifth 
Burns Thomas, grocer, 109 Fourth, house 35 Vine 
Burns Timothy, provisions, 15 Sparks, house do. 
Burns William J., slippermaker (B.), h. rear 96 Gore 
Burpee B. Frank, teamster, boards 178 Columbia 
Burpee Eliphalet, mason, house 32 Tremont 
BURPEE JOSEPH E., mason, house 149 Prospect 
Burpee Samuel W. Mrs., house 178 Columbia 
Burquist John, in Boston Rolling Mills, boards Broadway, 

corner Davis 
Burr Lemuel, hairdresser, 589)^ Main, h. 45 Hampshire 
Burr Lemuel D., tin peddler, boards 45 Hampshire 
Burr Mary M., hairworker, house 45 Hampshire 
Burr Sally, widow of Seymour, house 47 Hampshire 
BURRAGE BROTHERS (Josiah K. and Frederick E. 

Burrage), lumber dealers, Broadway, c. Third, L. P. 

QDRINft RFHC of all kinds, and best Bancroft & Boy den , 
Or ill if la DlUO curled hair mattresses, i8 o tremont st. 



80 CAMBRIDGE [f$] DIRECTORY. 

Burrage Frederick E. (Barrage Brothers), Broadway* 

corner Third, boards 91 Prospect 
Burrage Harriet L., widow of T. F., house 13 Jay 
Burrage Josiah, at Burrage Brothers, Broadway, corner 

Third, L. P., house 91 Prospect 
Burrage Josiah K. (Burrage Brothers), lumber dealer, 

Broadway, cor. Third, house 6 Fayette 
Burrage William W., lawyer (33 School, B.), house 10 

Fayette 
Burrell George, house over 5 Harvard square 
Burridge Ward J., house 9 Amory 

Burrill Charles O. (Packard & Burrill), brush manufac- 
turer, 60 Cambridge, house at Boston 
Burriss Nimrod, hostler, h. Harvey, corner Jackson 
Burritt Edwin, carpenter, bds. 108 Magazine 
Burroughs Charles H., driver Pike's stable, Church, house 

24 Farwell place 
Burroughs George, currier, house 55 Cedar 
Burroughs Henr.y W., carpenter, boards 4 Mead 
Burrows Thomas R., coachironer, house 3 William 
Burrube Eli, house Dublin, near Walden 
Burt Seth F., butter, cheese, etc. (24 F. II. market, B.), 

house 29 Western avenue 
Burton Anson (Burton, Fellows & Co.), brush manufac- 
turer, 12 Gore, house at South Lancaster 
Burton Edward, brass instrument maker (Sudbury, B.), 

house 138 Thorndike 
Burton Ezra (Burton, Fellows & Co.), brush manufac- 
turer, 12 Gore, house at South Lancaster 
Burton, Fellows & Co. (Anson and Ezra Burton, John H. 
and L. M. Fellows and F. H. Carter), brush manu- 
facturers, Gore and (21 Exchange, B.) 
Burton Frank, painter, house 18^" Tremont 
Burton Thomas C, lettercarrier, 625 Main, h. 27 Pine 
Burton Henrv E., piano-key maker, 139 Broadway, house 

87 Wendell 
Burton Lizzie M., copyist Court House, bds. 138 Thorndike 
Burton Mary E., compositor Cambridge Chronicle, bds. 

138 Thorndike 
Busby John, blacksmith, house 14 Webster avenue 
Busch Ambrose, pianoinaker, 4 Hannum's block, h. 114 

Broadway 
Busch John W., gardener, house 51 Clark 
Bush Maria, widow, house 147 Winsor 
Bush Washington, laborer, house rear 105 Elm 
Bushee James A., organ varnisher, h. 7 Auburn court 
Bushee Octave, carpenter, house 120 Dublin 



NOBBY STYLES at Billings', 



430 Harvard Street. 
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CAMBRIDGE [B] DIRECTORY. 81 

Buskirk Charles V., wheelwright, 378 Main, house at 

Somerville 
Buskirk Martin C, carpenter, bds. 108 Magazine 
Buskirk Samuel V., wheelwright, house 7 Brooks 
Busnach Henry, hairdresser, 574 Main, bds. 85 Brookline 
Busnach Michael S., constable and collector, 576 Main, 

house 85 Brookline 
Busnach Samuel, optician, 32 Pearl, house do 
Busnach Solomon M., cigar mnfr., 576 Main, boards 85 

Brookline 
Busteed William H., teamster, 240 Main, house 486 do. 
Busteid Mary, widow of Robert, house 6 Jackson 
Butland Uriah, expressman, order box 601 Main (17 No. 

Market, B.), house 155 Pearl 
Butler Alfred J., machinist, 12 Gore, boards at Boston 
Butler Catherine A., widow of John, h. 139 Cambridge 
Butler Cornelius V., head waiter Memorial Hall, rooms do. 
Butler Daniel, stonecutter, house 123 Fourth 
Butler Daniel M., stonecutter, h. rear 36 Harvard 
Butler Edward, plumber, 187 Cambridge, bds. Columbia, 

Qorner Cambridge 
Butler George A., organmaker, Fifth, cor. Otis, house at 

Winterhill, Somerville 
Butler Geo. W., gasfitter, house 28 Fifth 
Butler Harriet A., teacher Gore Drimary school, boards 2 

Frost 
Butler Harry, student H. U., rooms 156 Mt. Auburn 
Butler Isaac W., organmaker S. S. Hamill, h. at Somer- 
ville 
Butler John, teamster (Canal, B.), boards 36 Second 
Butler Martha H., teacher Otis primary school, boards 2 

Frost 
Butler Mary, widow of David, house 10 Somerset 
Butler Matthew P., shipping clerk, 502 Main, boards 129 

Prospect 
Butler Michael, mason, house 72 Gore 
Butler Patrick, foreman F. A. Kennedy's baking dept., 502. 

Main, house 129 Prospect 

Butler : , tinsmith, 8 Brattle, bds. 15 Farwell place 

Butterfield Charles M., cigar and tobacco dealer, house 171 

Cambridge 
Butterfield George A., produce dealer (21 F. H. sq., B.), 

house 106 Austin 
Butterfield George F., clerk, 194 Cambridge, h. at Sudbury 
Butterfield John, clerk (lOBlack stone market, B.), house 

54 Fouth 
Butterfield John H., clerk, boards 54 Fourth 

FAKfPV fWPPPflATTWPq billings, harvard tailor 

I M 1 U V JjllUUii 1 111 UO. Jiolton Block, 430 Harvard Street. 

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82 CAMBRIDGE [(]] DIRECTORY. 

Butters Geo. W., provisions, 194 Cambridge, house 126 

Thorndike 
Butters John W., painter, h. McCabe, n. Cambridge 
Butterworth Albert F., lawyer (150 Devonshire, B.), h. 408 

Main [DeWolf 

Butterworth Robt., machinist, house 4 Symonds block, 
Buttrick Annie E. Miss, housekeeper, 801 Main 
Buttrick Charles, carpenter, h. 213 North avenue 
Buttrick Elizabeth G. Miss, house 8 Norton 
Buxton Adoniram, organmaker, bds. 67 Western av. 
Buxton Charles B., fish and oysters, 638 Main, h. 5 Soden 
Buzzell David, cabinetmaker, h. 189 Cambridge 
Buzzell George, driver U. R. Co., house 97 River 
Byard Edward, carpenter O. B. French, h. 66 Brighton 
Byers William Mrs., h. Holyoke, cor. Mt. Auburn 
Byram Eben S., cabinetmaker, house 14 William 
Byram Joseph R. (Smith & Byram), (11 and 13 Essex, 

B.), h. 76 Magazine 
Byrlyn Mark, cigar manuf., 365 Main, h. 8 Holly place 
Byrne Catherine, widow of Patrick, h. r. 209 Mt. Auburn, 

near Sparks 
Byrne Wm., laborer, boards 11 Willard 
Byron George H., foreman carpenter, 113 Broadway, h. 

4 Kinnaird 
Byron John, painter, 14 Church, boards 15 Farwell place 

CABOT CHARLES, grainer, boards 8 Magazine 
Cabot Fannie, widow of Charles H, house 33 Sixth 
Cabot Henry, stonecutter, 43 Main, house at Boston 
Cabot Rhoda L., widow of Charles, h. 8 Magazine court 
Cadby Thos. C, gasfitter, house 12 Magazine court 
Cade Charles B. (J. H. Stevens & Co.), plumber, 634 

Main, bds. 11 Worcester 
CADE GEORGE L., city supt. of streets, office City 

Hall, house 464 Main 
Cade William B., polisher, house 27 Park 
Caffrey Frederic H., organ actionmaker G. Woods & Co., 

house 13 Essex 
Cahill Brian, mason, house 9 Baldwin court 
Cahill David, dealer in pigs feet, house 13 Carson 
Cahill John, lawyer, 603 Main, supt. of lamps, inspector 

of milk, and sealer of weights and measures, office, 

City bldg., h. 157 Prospect 
Cahill Margaret, widow, house 47 School 
Cahill Patrick, laborer, h. Montgomery, n. Spruce 
Cahill Patrick, laborer, house rear 115 Pleasant 
Cahill Wm. H., cooper, 138 Cambridge, bds. at E. Boston 

JD PDnMAPI/ MiUinery and Straw Goods, DnCTAII 
. D. UnUmttbfV, A'o. 26 Temple Place, DUO I UU. 



CAMBKIDGE [(]] DIEECTORY. 83 

Cain Daniel, laborer, house 13 Carson 

Cain John, machinist, 368 Main, bds. 416 Main 

Cain Patrick, baker, boards 213 Cambridge 

Cairnes Michael M., carpenter, house r. 5 Eighth 

Cairney William, casemaker Mason & Hamlin 

Calder William, graniteworker, bds. Mt. Auburn, c. Lowell 

Calderwood John C, brassfounder, h. 127 Wash. 

Caldwell Alice, widow, house 129 River 

Caldwell Almira, widow of Wm. F., h. 131 Cambridge 

Caldwell Clara, widow of George, house 14 Lopez 

Caldwell George, painter, house 14 Lopez 

Caldwell Henry L. (261 Purchase, B.), h. 52 Trowbridge 

Caldwell James, carriage trimmer (Chestnut, n. Charles, 

B.), house 146 Spring 
Caldwell James A., butter dealer, house 120 Magazine 
Caldwell Lizzie, widow, house 52 Pine 
Caldwell Matthew, bookbinder, house 35 Somerset 
Caldwell Randolph, hackman, 120 Green, h. 59 Brattle 
Caldwell Stephen, laborer, house Gerry 
Caldwell Thos. G., crockery (104 Water, B.), h. 57 Dana 
Caldwell William, baker F. A. Kennedy, bds. 7 Douglass 
Caldwell William, house 354 Harvard 
Calef Solomon C. ( W. H. Jenks & Co.), foot Western av., 

h. Beacon, near Cambridge 
Callaghan Denis, grocer, 333 Main, house do. 
Callaghan William, teamster, house 53 Cedar 
Callahan Bart, grocer, 19 Washington, house do. 
Callahan Cal, laborer, house 192 Bridge 
Callahan Catherine, widow of Patrick, h. rear 91 Sixth 
Callahan Daniel, gatetender L. R. R., h. 5 Lechmere pi. 
Callahan Daniel, laborer, house rear 22 Sparks 
Callahan Daniel, policeman, house 20 Coggswell avenue 
Callahan Daniel C., machinist, house 16 Winter 
Callahan Dennis, laborer, house 49 Amory 
Callahan Geo. H., clerk, 80 Concord av., bds. 7 Sparks 

street place 
Callahan James, loborer, house 37 Charles 
Callahan James, laborer, house rear 91 Sixth 
Callahan Jeremiah, tailor, house 21 Decatur 
Callahan Jeremiah, jobwagon, house 287 Cambridge 
Callahan Jeremiah, provisions, 417 Cambridge, house do. 
Callahan Jeremiah, laborer, house rear 9 Short 
Callahan Jeremiah, laborer, house 210 Bridge 
Callahan John, baker, boards 127 Prospect 
Callahan John, laborer, house 7 Sparks street place 
Callahan John, grainer, house 15 Flagg 
Callahan John, blacksmith, house 41 Vine 

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84 CAMBRIDGE [(]] DIRECTORY. 

Callahan John P., printer (Boston Daily Globe, 238 Wash., 

B.), house 135 Cambridge 
Callahan Mary, widow of Dennis, house 65 Winter 
Callahan Mary, widow of Patrick, house 40 Foster 
Callahan Michael, hackdriver, bds. Ninth, cor. Otis 
Callahan Michael, harnessmaker, 244 Cambridge, boards 

131 Ninth 
Callahan Michael, painter, house Banks, cor. Flagg 
Callahan Patrick, painter, boards 15 Flagg 
Callahan Patrick, blacksmith U. H. K. Co., boards 3 Lech- 
mere place 
Callahan Patrick, engineer, boards 65 Winter 
Callahan Patrick, 2d, blacksmith, bds. 3 Lechmere place 
Callahan Philip J., restaurant, 92 Mt. Auburn 
Callahan Timothy, teamster, house 16 Vine 
Callahan Thomas, laborer, house 19 Foster 
Callahan William, laborer, house Elm, n. Cambridge 
Callanan Patrick, glassmaker, house 12 North 
Calleghan James M., laborer, house 85 Clark 
Callender Charles A., stationery and fancy goods, 485 

Main, house 487 do. 
Callender Frances Miss, dressmaker, 445^ Main, h. do. 
Callender Mary M. Miss, embroidering, etc., 445>£ Main, 

house do. 
Caller Frederick E., student, boards 23 Ellery 
Caller James, paper glazier, 10 Arrow, house 25 Ellery 
Caller Joseph, paper glazier, 10 Arrow, house 23 Ellery 
Calnan Daniel, gasfltter, 595 Main, house 36 Harvard 
Calnan James J., liquors, 169 Bridge, house 169 do. 
Calnan John, laborer, house 2 Lechmere place 
Calnan John, laborer, boards 97 River 
Calnan Patrick, laborer, East 

Calnon Jeremiah, in Boston Rolling Mill, house Bristol 
Calnon Michael, teamster, 71 Main, house 22 Harvard 
Calnon Timothy, laborer, house 36 Howard 
Calnon William, laborer, house 8 Water 
Calvert Charles H., confectioner, house 14 Clark 
Calvert Frances, widow of William, house 13 Clark 
Cambridge Almshouse, Joseph W. Averill, warden, Tan- 
nery 
CAMBRIDGE CHRONICLE, Linn, B. Porter, editor 

and proprietor, office 573 Main 
Cambridge Cemetery, James K. Farwell, supt., Coolidge 
av., near Watertown line [square 

Cambridge City Guards Armory, City Building, Brattle 
Cambridge Conservatory of Music, Geo. Fisher, proprie- 
tor, 4 Lee 

^-^LIBRABT CASES, MANTEL MIRRORS, AND DICD PI ACCCO 
BSHFAt Bancroft & Boyden's, 180 Tremont St. lILn ULAOOLO, 



CAMBRIDGE [(]] DIRECTORY. . 85 

Cambridge Gas Light Co., Lyceum bldg., Harvard square, 
A. E. Hildreth, pres. [Mt. Auburn 

CAMBRIDGE GRANITE POLISHING WORKS, 258 

Cambridge High School, L. R. Williston, principal, Broad- 
way, comer Fayette [Boston 

CAMBRIDGE LAUNDRY, Soden, office 13 Bromfield, 

CAMBRIDGE MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO., 
Rufus Lamson, pres., A. L. Barbour, sec. and treas., 
555 Main 

CAMBRIDGE NATIONAL BANK, 87 Cambridge 

Cambridge Observatory, Concord avenue 

Cambridge Post Office, 7 Harvard row, Harvard square, 
Miss O. S. Bragdon, supt. 

Cambridge Preserving Co., N. C. Pike, supt., 25 Main 

CAMBRIDGE PRESS, James Cox, proprietor, office 531-J- 
Main 

Cambridge School of Art, White 

Cambridge Railroad Company, J. H. Tyler, pres., Fred. 
T. Stevens, sec. and treas., Harvard square 

CAMBRIDGE SAVINGS BANK, John B. Dana, pres., 
James M. Thurston, treas., 2 Harvard row 

Cambridge Social Union, rooms Palmer, corner Brattle 

Cambridge Water Board, office City Hall, 660 Main 

Cambridgeport Diary Co., 105 Magazine 

Cambridgeport Express Co., Savage & Son, props., 600 
Main (Boston offices 8 and 34 Court sq., 174 Wash- 
ington, 75 Kilby and 15 Devonshire) [Main 

Cambridgeport National Bank, R. Douglass, pres., 585 

Cambridgeport Post Office, 625 Main, Rufus M. Hodgkins, 
superintendent [n. Essex 

Cambridgeport Savings Bank, Benj. Tilton, pres., Main, 

Came Edward G., salesman (114 Sudbury, B.), house 207 
Harvard 

Cameron John, hairdresser, Holyoke, cor. Harvard, bds. 12 
Dunster 

Cameron William C, blacksmith R. D. Easter, house at 
Somerville 

Cammon George E., bookkeeper, boards 43 Coggswell av. 

Cammon John, carriagesmith Henderson Bros., house 43 
Coggswell avenue 

Cammon John A., bookkeeper (14 Marshall, B.), boards 
43 Coggswell av. 

Camp Alonzo (Alonzo Camp & Co.), grocer, 2>£ Rogers 
block, house 21 Clark 

Camp Alonza & Co. (Alonzo Camp and Henry R. Dick- 
ieson), grocers, 2}£ Rogers block, Main 

Campbell Andrew, engineer, house 21 Decator 

Satisfaction Guaranteed B 5*I££ftgs?' CAMBRIDGE. 



86 . CAMBRIDGE [Q] DIRECTORY. 

Campbell Andrew (Campbell Bros. & Co.), boiler mnfr., 

356 Main, house 18 Clark 
Campbell Bridget, widow of James, house 165 Green 
CAMPBELL BROS. &■ CO. (Andrew and William 

Campbell), boiler mnfrs., 356 Main 
Campbell David J., asst. telegraph operator, Engine House, 

Brattle square, boards 23 Wallace 
Campbell Douglas, carpenter, house 91 Tremont 
Campbell Edward, harnessmaker, Brighton, near Harvard 

square, boards do. 
Campbell Edward, grocer, 28 Warren, house do. 
Campbell Eiizabeth S., widow of James, house 78 Spring 
Campbell Harrison C, teamster, h. Spring, near Eighth 
Campbell Hugh, clerk (45 Merchants row, B.), boards 78 

Spring 
Campbell Hugh, grocer, 1 Vine, cor. Third, house 3 do. 
Campbell Isabel, widow of John, house 210 Franklin 
Campbell John, machinist M. & H. Organ Co., h. 83 Clark 
Campbell John M., salesman (43 Summer, B.), house 127 

Auburn 
Campbell Margaret, widow of John, h. rear 125 Third 
Campbell Mark, teamster, boards 54 Ellery 
Campbell Mary, widow, house 53 Mt. Auburn 
Campbell Oliver B., oil (40 Clinton, B.), house North av., 

corner Forest 
Campbell Robert H., clerk, boards 109 Auburn 
Campbell Robert M., house 109 Auburn 
Campbell Sarah A. Miss, dressmaker, 59 Brattle, h. do. 
Campbell Thomas W., organ tuner, G. Woods & Co., h. 

38 Austin 
Campbell Wm. (Campbell Bros. & Co.), boiler mnfr., 356 

Main, house 57 Moore 
Campbell Wm. H., letter carrier Cambridge Post-office, 

house 23 Wallace 
Campbell Wm. R., brassfinisher, 368 Main, bds. 52 Sidney 
Campbell Wm. T., student H. U., house 16 Mt. Auburn 
Campbell Wilson, boilermaker, h. rear 48 Clark 
Campbell Wilson, boilermaker, house Pearl 
Campbell Wilsom, boilermaker, boards 57 Moore 
Canlon Patrick, laborer, house Third, corner Gore 
Cannavan Ann, widow, house rear 119 Gore 
Cannavan Ellen, widow, house Hunting 
Cannell Henry, clerk 46 Gore, house 55)^ do. 
Cannell Joseph, carpenter, boards 55)^ Gore [DeWolf 
Cannon Cornelia, widow of John, house 3 Symonds blk., 
Cannon John, teamster A. H. Hews & Co., h. Crescent 

av., near Pottery 

XlCROMACK, "ZStS'&SSSS&JSSr- BOSTON. 



CAMBRIDGE [(]] DIRECTORY. 87 

Cannon Roxanna Miss, house 71 Brighton 

Cannon Thomas, mason, boards 51 Sixth 

Canterbury Charles I., painter, house 5 Lawrence 

Canterbury-George W., boards 5 Lawrence 

Cantillon James, laborer, house 11 Flagg 

Canty Zeph, traveling salesman (B.), house 73 Gore 

Capelle Jonas F., bookkeeper (16 Charlestown, B.), h. 

138 Thorndike 
Capelle Thomas, carpenter, house 54 Mt. Auburn 
Capen Lizzie C. Miss, teacher Felton primary school, bds. 

42 Magazine 
Capen Warren F., machine hand, house 129 Thorndike 
Carberg Lorenzo, engineer, house 89 Sixth 
Carbery Patrick, hostler 120 Green, house 167 Franklin 
Carew Edward, cooper, house 69 Hamilton 
Carew Thomas A., sculptor, Bath cor. Mt. Auburn, house 

29 Everett 
Carey Bridget, widow of Michael, house 87 Gore 
Carey Chester E., printer, boards 60 Rrighton 
Carey James, house 25 Brighton 
Carey James R., law student H. IT., boards 4 Centre 
Carey Jeremiah, painter, house 87 Gore 
Carey Morris, currier, house 23 Sargent 
Carey Robert, laborer, boards 13 Winsor 
Carey Thomas, grocer, Jefferson, cor. McCabe, house do. 
Carey Timothy D., carpenter, boards 87 Gore 
Carl John, slater, basement 622 Main, bds. 25 Brighton 
Carlen Mary, widow of John, house 143 Bridge 
Carleton John P., organmaker, boards 47 Austin 
Carley George E., clerk B., L. & N. R. R. repair shop, 

boards 30 Second 
Carley James, laborer, house 9 Donnell 
Carley John E., laborer, boards 9 Donnell 
Carlin James, foreman Walworth Manufacturing Co., 368 

Main, house 12 Lopez 
Carlin Michael, laborer, h. Willow pi., n. Somerville line 
Carlin Patrick, driver of carriage, State's prison (Charles- 
town), house 5 Chapman place 
Carlin Wm. A., conductor IT. R. Co., h. 7 Chapman place 
Carlisle John, glazier (28 Charlestown, B.), boards J C. 

Lund's, Mount Vernon 
Carll Abiather W., foreman cooper Chas. H. North & Co., 

house Otis, corner Ninth 
Carll Llewyen F., cooper, boards Otis, cor. Ninth 
Carlock Charles T., boards 9 Watson 
Carlock John R., watchcasemaker (8 Province court, B.), 

house 430 Main 

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Carlon Rilla A., nurse, 12 Ash, rooms do. 
Carman Charles, clerk, 421 Main, boards 2 Cherry 
Carmichael John, baggagemaster B., L. & 'N. R. R., h. 

102 Cambridge 
Carnes James, laborer, house 186 Green 
Carnes John, boot and shoemaker, house 8 Watson 
Carnes John, laborer, house Montgomery, near Spruce 
Carnes John Q., bookbinder, boards 8 Watson 
Carnes Michael, blacksmith, house 25 Harvey 
Carnes Michael M., carpenter, house rear 5 Eighth 
Carney Edwin A., clerk, 543 Main, boards 2 Norfolk 
Carney Edwin L., student H. U., rooms. 42 Weld Hall 
Carney Francis, laborer, boards 3 Appian way 
Carney Francis H., pianotuner, house 98 River 
Carney Harry C, student H. TJ., rooms 42 Weld Hall 
Carney James, laborer, house 3 Sparks 
Carney James, laborer, house 29 Gore 
Carney John, laborer, house Harding, near Porter 
Carney John, laborer, house Warren, n. Cambridge 
Carney Joseph, tinplate worker, 651 Main, h. 3 Murdock 
Carney Mary, widow of John, house 38 Winter 
Carney Owen, laborer, house 18 Brown 
Carney Philip, laborer, house Harding, n. Porter 
Carney William, sawyer, house 97 Hampshire 
Carpenter Alphonso H., clerk (60 Summer, B.), boards 18 

Orchard 
Carpenter Eber, conductor U. R. Co., bds. Porter's Hotel 
Carpenter George, cabinetmaker, boards 45 Clark 
Carpenter George, coffinmaker W. L. Lockarts, boards at 

Boston 
Carpenter Reuben, engraver, house 45 Clark 
Carpenter Samuel, engineer, bds. 3 Cedar square 
Carpenter Thomas, cabinetmaker, house 23 Harrison 
Carpenter William, cabinetmaker, house 4 Cedar square 
Carr Arthur, laborer, house 36 Jefferson 
Carr Bernard, soapmaker, house 18 Decatur 
Carr Catherine, widow of George, house 36 Jefferson 
Carr Charles, carpenter, Palmer, house 41 Garden 
Carr Charles, teamster, house 20 Decatur 
Carr Edward J., stereotyper, house 143 Franklin 
Carr Edwin S., stoves and furnaces, roofing and plumbing, 

914 Main, house 860 do. 
Carr Frank, painter, boards 391 Main 
Carr Frank P., driver hose 5, house 203 Hampshire 
Carr George W., tinpeddler, house 63 Elm 
Carr John S., com. mer. (N. Y.), house 6 Sumner 
Carr Lucien, house 388 Harvard 

Parlor, Drawing-Koom, and Library FXJPHVITUKDE, 
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CAMBRIDGE [(]] DIRECTORY. 89 

Carr Martin, coachman, house 9 Cowperthwait 

Carr Michael (P. P. Carr, jr., & Bro.), soap mnfr., Lopez, 

near Brookline, house 12 do. 
Carr Nathaniel, coal dealer (280 Causeway, B.), house 

Shawm nt avenue 
Carr Patrick, laborer, house 8 Stevens court 
Carr Patrick, jr., teamster, house 7 Stevens court 
Carr Patrick P., laborer, house 16 Decatur 
Carr Patrick P., jr. (P. P. Carr, jr., & Bro.), soapmaker, 

Lopez, near Brookline, house 16 Decatur 
Carr Peter J., laborer, house 151 Gore 
Carr P. P., jr., & Bro. (Patrick P., jr., and Michael Carr), 

soap mnfrs., Lopez, near Brookline 
Carr Thomas, laborer, house 13 Valentine 
Carret J. Francis, assistant librarian (Public Library, B.), 

house 6 Appian way 
Carrier William M., law student, bds. 343 Broadway 
Carroll George, clerk, 9 Brattle, boards Bond 
CARROLL JAMES H., sewing machines, and agent for 

Butterick's patterns, 116 Cambridge, house do. 
Carroll John, clerk, 165 Bridge, house 36 Winter 
Carroll John, hostler, boards 16 Gerry 
Carroll John, shoemaker, house 123 Gore 
Carroll John F., glassmaker, house 228 Bridge 
Carroll Julia, widow of Edward, house 27 Third 
Carroll Michael, horsetrader, house 8 Jay 
Carroll Patrick, laborer, boards 187 Franklin 
Carroll Patrick, laborer J. P. Squire, bds. 186 Gore 
Carroll Patrick, laborer, house rear 162 Franklin 
Carroll Patrick, machinist, 368 Main 
Carroll Philip, laborer, house 187 Franklin 
Carroll Thomas, house foot of Hunting 
Carroll William, wheelwright (26 Charlestown, B.), house 

219 Main 
Carroll William, hostler, h. Bond, n. Concord av. 
Carroll Wm., clerk, 9 Brattle, house Bond 
Carroll Wm., laborer, house Stevens court 
Carroll Wm. H., marble worker, house 67 Charles 
Carruth Chas. E., grocer, 72 River, house 74 do. 
Carruth Geo. E., clerk, 72 River, boards 74 do. 
Carson Robert, soapmaker, house 44 Pearl 
Carter Ann J. Mrs., house 46 Fifth ' 
Carter Charles H., mariner, house 116 Columbia 
Carter Charles Morland, clerk (40 Union, B.), boards 159 

Brattle [court 

Carter Charles V., clerk, 13 Harvard row, bds. 7 Daniels' 
Carter Edward E., cooper's apprentice, bds. 62 Thorndike 

C. H. BILLINGS, "MSEBM'" COLLEGE TAILOR. 



90 CAMBRIDGE [(]] DIRECTORY. 

Carter Felix, blacksmith, bouse Dublin, near Walden 
Carter Frank D., salesman, 13 Harvard row, rooms 22 

Church 
Carter Frank E., office manager, 624 Main, h. 866 do. 
Carter Frank H., bookkeeper, house 46 Pearl 
Carter Frank H. (Burton, Fellows & Co.), 12 Gore, house 

at West Somerville 
Carter George, carpenter, house 3 Rogers block, Main 
Carter George, glassmaker, house 54 Winter 
Carter Geo. E., clerk, 430 Harvard, bds. 7 Daniels court 
Carter Geo. P., bookbinder (76 Sudbury, B.), and (Geo. 

Woods & Co.), parlor and vestry organs, 624 Main, 

house 61 Austin 
Carter Harriet Miss, city missionary (15 Congregational 

House, B.), house 14 Western avenue 
Carter Harriet W., widow of Elisha, h. 14 Western av. 
Carter Helen M. Mrs., house 7 Daniels court 
Carter J. Lowell, clerk (49 Sears building, B.), boards 

159 Brattle 
Carter Nathan A., sawyer M. & H. Organ Co., boards 174 

Cambridge 
Carter Noel A., hardware (156 Oliver, B.), h. 66 Antrim 
Carter Richard, hostler U. R. Co., bds. 125 Columbia 
Carter William G., hostler U. R. Co., house Montgomery, 

corner Harvey 
Cartwright Ezekiel S., ropemaker, h. 3 Fisk block, Main 
Cartwright Joseph P., driver steamer 5, h. 196 Hampshire 
Cartwright Phillip, boxmaker, house 13 Second 
Carty Henry, bellhanger and grocer, Willow pi., h. do. 
Carver Alexander B., jr , student Ep. Theo. Sem., rooms 7 

Lawrence Hall 
Cary Richard Mrs., house 11 Ware 
Cary Thomas G., superintendent Zoological Museum, h. 

11 Ware 
Cary Thomas G. Mrs., house 11 Ware 
Case Lyman G., expressman (99 Sudbury, B.), house 68 

Columbia 
Case W. M., student H. U., rooms 6 Divinity Hall 
Casey Andrew, baker, 502 Main, house 14 Pine 
Casey Bernard, carpenter, house rear 79 Hastings 
Casey Charles, laborer, house 39 Charles 
Casey Dennis, laborer, boards 3 Lechmere place 
Casey Edward Mrs., house Norfolk court 
Casey Francis, laborer, house 44 North 
Casey Hannah Mrs., house 32 Charles 
Casey James, carpenter, house 144 Charles, cor. Sixth 
Casey James, machinist, bds. 390 Main 

SPECIAL attention given to orders for Trimmings and Millinery. Best 
of work and mateiial. J. B. C BOM AC ft, 26 Temple Place, Boston. 



CAMBRIDGE [(]] DIRECTORY. 91 

Casey James S., driver Engine No. 3, house 32 Third 

Casey John, blacksmith, boards 2 Broadway 

Casey John, at B. & M. depot, house 51 Gore 

Casey John, fireman F. A. Kennedy, 502 Main, house 

29 Green 
Casey John, laborer, house 71 Brighton 
Casey John, laborer, bds. J. F. Roger's, Freshpond lane 
Casey John, laborer, house 8 Lechmere place 
Casey John, coach driver, boards 117 Gore 
Casey John, machinist, 368 Main 

Casey Mary, widow of Patrick, h. Eighth, near Spring 
Casey Michael, porter (Revere House, B.), h. 91 Fifth 
Casey Michael, laborer, house 105 Elm 
Casey Patrick, laborer, house 116 Fourth 
Casey Peter J., fruit peddler, bds. Eighth, near Spring 
Casey Thomas, laborer, 6 Foster's block, rear 95 Main 
Casey Thomas J., carver F. Geldowsky, house 173 

Cambridge 
Casey Timothy, laborer, house rear 6 North 
Casey Timothy, laborer, house 26 Bridge 
Casey William, sexton St. John's church, and undertaker, 

house 104 Fourth 
Casey Wm. E. J., clerk, boards 104 Fourth 
Cash Moses M., carpenter, 74 Brighton, bds. 29 Holyoke 
Cash man John, laborer, house 26 Donnell 
Cashman Mary Miss, house 50 Holyoke 
Cashman Michael, carpenter, house Porter 
Cashman Michael, laborer, house rear 189 Hampshire 
Cashman William F., tinsmith, 605 Main, bds. 26 Donnell 
Casper Nichols, brass-spinner, h. Charles, near Sixth 
Cass Frederick G., carpenter, 12 Green, house do. 
Cass Lewis, painter, house 5 Shepard's blk., Charles River 
Cassidy Edward, gardener, house 56 Pearl 
Cassidy Edward, glasscutter New England Glass Co., h. 

79 Spring 
Cassidy Edward, jr., telegrapher (B. & M. R. R. depot 

B.), boards 54 Pearl 
Cassidy Frank, laborer, boards 15 Winter 
Cassidy James, laborer, house 55 Charles 
Cassidy William, laborer, h. Warren, n. Cambridge 
Castle Eliza, w T idow, house 6 Ashburton place 
.Caswell Alanson W., painter, house 6 Oak 
Caswell Elizabeth, widow of John, house 161 Green 
Caswell Geo. B., keymaker, 139 Broadway, h. 3 Austin pi. 
Caswell Isabel R., widow of Alanson B., h. 124 Austin 
Caswell John R., carpenter, house 31 Antrim 
Caswell Mark, house 31 Antrim 

DRESS SUITS, Cambridge, ' 0i H, BILLINGSi 



92 CAMBRIDGE [0] DIRECTORY. 

Caswell Sarah, widow, house 3 Austin place 

Caswell Thomas, grocer, 93 Fourth, house 103 Otis 

Caswell Thomas M., clerk, 93 Fourth, boards 103 Otis 

Cate Luther G., lumber dealer (N. H.), h. 22 Concord av. 

Cate Martin Luther, student H. U., bcls. 22 Concord av. 

Cate, see also Kate 

Catlin Charles A., student H. XL, rooms 48 Brattle 

Catlin Edward N., musician, house 94 Allston 

Caulkins Louise B., widow of Jonathan, boardingtiouse, 

44 Austin 
Caliper Joel, cigar mnfr. 3 Rollins court, h. do. 
Cavanagh Dennis, carpenter, house r. 15 Vine 
Cavanagh Michael, harnessmaker, 399 Main, h. 10 Holly 
Cavanagh Michael T., grocer North av., opp. Cedar, h. do. 
Cavanagh Patrick, laborer, house 26 Winter 
Cavanaugh James, laborer, house 55 Charles 
Cavannaugh Annie, wid. of Frank, h. 24 Hayes court 
Caverly Francis, superintendent Brookline bridge, house 

155 Brookline 
Cawley Thomas J., laborer Brine & Clark, h. 212 Bridge 
Cayzer Alfred L., clerk N. E. Glass Co., boards Highland 

avenue, Somerville 
Cervi Romeo, bookbinder, boards 104 Auburn [do. 

Chadbourne Humphrey,foreman stable 88 North av., rooms 
Chadbourne Samuel R., fly finisher Mason & Hamlin's 
Chad wick Alford F., molding smoother, 113 Broadway, 

house 91 Sixth 
Chad wick Anna, widow of Ward, rooms 11 William 
Chaffee Knowlton S. (Chaffee & Cummings), hardwood 
charcoal dealers, junction Bridge & Cambridge, and 
president F. II. Insurance Co. (28 State, B.), house 
55 Otis 
Chaffee & Cummings (Knowlton S. Chaffee and Daniel 
P. Cummings), hardwood charcoal dealers, and ace- 
tate of lime, junc. Bridge and Cambridge 
Chalifaur Anthony, foreman Bay State Brick Co., house 

Corporation boarding house 
Chalk Abraham B., shoemaker 143 Gore, house do. 
Chalk Geo. A., steward Fresh Pond Hotel, bds. do. 
Challis Alfred, painter (Fulton, B.), h. 46 Holyoke 
Chalmers Edward P., printer Riverside, bds. 11 River 
Chalmers James, lithographer Riverside, h. 27 Kinnaird 
Chamberlain Eugene T., student H.U., rooms 17 Dolton's 

block 
Chamberlain Geo. D., beef (46 F. H. Mkt, B.),h. 5 River 
Chamberlain James F., silver-plater (21 School, B.), house 
116 Prospect 

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CAMBRIDGE [£j] DIRECTORY. 93 

Chamberlain Nathan H., pastor Emanuel church (Somer- 

ville), house rear 29 Sacramento 
Chamberlain Newell (46 F. H. Market, B.), h. 7 River 
Chamberlain Sally N. Mrs., teacher Boarclman primary 

school, house 17 Brookline 
Chamberlain Willard N., clerk (46 F. H. Market, B.), h. 
18>2 Western avenue [place 

Chamberlayne Chas. F., student H. U., bds. Sacramento 
Chamberlin Alfred N., shoemaker 642 Main, h. 29 Norfolk 
Chamberlin Asa W., printer (41 Federal, B.), boards 14 

Harrison 
Chamberlin A. Otis, letter-carrier, 625 Main, h. 440 Main 
Chamberlin Charles P. Mrs., house 47 River 
Chamberlin Charles IT. (D. U. Chamberlin & Co.), hard- 
ware, 622 Main, boards 659 do. 
Chamberlin Corydon O. (Smith & Chamberlin), billiard 

rooms, Brattle, cor. Brighton, bds. 15 Mt. Auburn 
Chamberlin Daniel U. (D. IT. Chamberlin & Co.), hard- 
ware, 622 Main, house 659 do. 
Chamberlin D. IT. & Co. (Daniel IT., George H., and 

Charles IT. Chamberlin), hardware, etc., 622 Main 
Chamberlin Edward (Edward Chamberlin & Co.), Bos- 
ton chemical works, Cambridge, near Portland, office 
(21 Central, B.), h. at N. Abington 
Chamberlin Edward & Co. (Edward Chamberlin), Bos- 
ton chemical works, Cambridge, near Portland, office 
(21 Central B.) 
Chamberlin George H. (D. IT. Chamberlin & Co.), hard- 
ware, 622 Main, boards 77 Brattle 
Chamberlin Harriet, widow, house 14 Harrison 
Chamberlin Mary, widow of John, house 77 Brattle 
Chamberlin Samuel B., mail agent (N. Y. & N. E. R.R.), 

h. 145 Pearl 
Chamberlin Yolney R, provisions (33 North, B.), house 

167 Brookline 
Chambers Charles, cooper, boards 35 Winsor 
Chambers Charles, laborer, house 351 Cambridge 
Chambers John H., foreman Jaynes & Co., h. 27 Sidney 
Chambers Samuel D., mariner, house 34 Hastings 
Chambers Patrick, laborer, house 128 Webster avenue 
Champeau Edward, laborer, h. Clifton, near Spruce 
Champion Joel D., teamster, house 137 Otis 
Chandler Chas. H., bookkeeper, house 54 Prospect 
Chandler Ebenezer M., house 16 Amory 
Chandler Edward R., hatter, house 19 Hamilton 
Chandler Elizabeth, wid. of Edward K.,bds. 45 Blackstone 
Chandler F. E., student H. IT., rooms 10 Divinity Hall 

PERFECT FITS *£» gSfc^'T- CAMBRIDGE. 



94 CAMBRIDGE [(]] DIRECTORY. 

Chandler Gilbert E., clerk West Boston Savings Bank 

(Cambridge, cor. Staniford, B.), bds. 16 Amory 
Chandler Henry, waiter (Revere House, B.), h. 9 Roger's 

block, Main 
Chandler Herbert H., boards 73 Dana 
Chandler James, house 51 Fairmont 
Chandler Lewis B., clerk 655 Main, bds. 16 Amory 
Chandler Oscar, machinist, h. Broadway, cor. Norfolk 
Chandler Samuel E., accountant (Navy Yard, B.), house 

15 Bigelow 
Chandler Stephen B., salesman (556 Wash., B.), house 

73 Dana [Putnam av. 

Chandler William, bookbinder, Riverside, house rear 73 
Chandler William H., printer (21 Cornhill, B.), house 65 

Otis 
Channing Edward T. Mrs., house 67 Kirkland 
Chapin Andrew N., mason, house Franklin, cor. Soden 
Chapin Ellen S., widow of Geo. A., h. Lambert avenue, 

opp. Shawm ut av. [h. 93 Otis 

Chapin Gardner (Chapin Bros.) (165 South Market, B.), 
Chapin George T., produce (13 Blackstone market, B.), 

house 66 Otis 
Chapin Lucius L., clerk, 192 Cambridge, h. r. 57 Sixth 
Chaplin Geo., carpenter, house 352 Broadway 
Chaplin Sarah T., widow of Charles F., house. Austin, n. 

In man 
Chapman Charles H., laborer, bds. 90 Washington 
Chapman Charles H., student H. U., rooms 6 Plympton 
Chapman Cyrus, machinist, 368 Main, bds. 390 do. 
Chapman Edward, clerk (Wash., B.), bds. 11 Story 
Chapman Francis L., carriage mnfr., rear 15 Brattle, h. 

11 Story [Harvard 

Chapman Fred. L., clerk Francis L. Chapman, house 349 
Chapman George W., painter, house 22 Lopez 
Chapman George W., jr., clerk, 33 River, h. 22 Lopez 
Chapman Harrison, machinist, 368 Main, h. 21}^ Austin 
Chapman Henry, paperhanger, boards 392 Cambridge 
Chapman James W., paperhanger, h. 97 Washington 
Chapman John C, machinist, bds. 408 Main 
Chapman John L., actionmaker Mason & Hamlin 
Chapman Mary E. Mrs., house 90 Washington 
Chapman Melville B., pastor Second Methodist Episcopal 

church, h. 82 Prospect 
Chapman Nathaniel B., carpenter, rooms 26 Ash 
Chapman Rufus B., machinist, house 408 Main 
Chapman Walter S., organmaker G. Woods &. Co., h. r. 

102 Putnam av. 

\fk I /% w» r\ w\ f tn Untr and Bonnets made to order, in the best manner. 
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CAMBRIDGE [(]] DIRECTORY. 95 

Chapman William, house 392 Cambridge 

Chapman William (Chapman & Cogan), carpenter, 11 

Gore, h. 392 Cambridge 
Chapman Wm. H., carpenter, 11 Gore, bds. 392 Cambridge 
Chapman Z. D. (Chapman & Hall), furniture mnfr., Os- 

born Mills, State, and (132 Friend, B.), h. at Boston 
CHAPMAN & COGAN (Wm. Chapman and Edmund 

J. Cogan), carpenters and sign makers, 11 Gore 
Chapman & Hall (Z. D. Chapman and George W. Hall), 

furniture mnfrs., Osborn's Mills, State, office 132 

Friend, Boston 
Charles River Iron Works, Kendall & Roberts, proprie- 
tors, 92 Main - 
CHARLES RIVER NATIONAL BANK, E. Snow, 

cashier, 1 Harvard row [Thorndike 

Charmois Victor, designer (42 Cornhill, B.), house 141 
Chartrand George, cooper, house 147 Gore 
Chase Benj., real estate (B.), house 4 Essex 
Chase Charles S., artist, house 127 Auburn 
Chase Charlotte M., teacher Webster grammar school, 

bds. 287 Broadway- 
Chase Edward F., house 19 Pine 
Chase Edwin B. Mrs., house 15 Wallace 
Chase Fred. L., clerk (465 Wash., B.), house 48 Austin 
Chase Freeman H., express, order box, Post-office, house 

156 Hampshire 
Chase Geo. S., printer (4 Alden, B.), house 15 Second 
Chase Henry C, teamster, house 377 Cambridge 
Chase Henry E., machinist B. L. & N. R. R. repair shop, 

bds. 73 Thorndike 
Chase Herbert A., student, boards 752 Main 
Chase Hiram L., homoeopathic physician, office and house 

752 Main 
Chase Isaac F., tinplate worker, house 8 Sixth 
Chase Isaac R., engineer, house rear 145 Columbia 
Chase Jeremiah C, nurseryman, Plymouth, c. Hampshire, 

house 287 Broadway [St. court 

Chase John L., coffinmaker, house 4 Buck's blk., Seventh ' 
Chase Joseph S., woodworker Mason & Hamlin 
CHASE JOSIAH G., city engineer and surveyor, office 

City Hall, h. 8 Bigelow 
Chase J. Herbert, at Mason & Hamlin's, h. 66 Columbia 
Chase Mary G. Miss, house 15 Wallace 
Chase Moses B., chaplain U. S. N., house 14 Ash 
Chase Samuel F., icedealer, Columbia, corner Hampshire, 

house 52 Elm 
Chase Simeon, miner, house 212 Harvard 

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96 CAMBRIDGE [(]] DIRECTORY. 

Chatman John, at Mason & Hamlin's, bds. 42 Market 
Cheeseman Frank, driver, 621 Main, h. 10 Watson 
Chenery James, ropemaker, house 147 Dublin 
Chenery John, ropemaker, house 147 Dublin 
Cheney A. J., at Mason & jHamlin's, bds. Ross House 
Cheney Charles D., engineer L. R. R., h. rear 140 Spring 
Cheney Chas. M., marketman (B.), bds. 72 Fourth 
Cheney Charles W., driver F. A. Kennedy, h. 4 William 
Cheney Dennis, laborer, h. 132 Webster av. 
Cheney Edwin L., producedealer (10 New F. H. Market, 
B.), house 41 Essex [27 Hancock 

Cheney Ellen A., teacher Harvard primary school, boards 
Cheney Harriet A., widow of Charles S., bds. 9 Remington 
Cheney Hiram W., trav. agent, h. 286 Broadway 
Cheney Joseph A., house 44 Holyoke 
Cheuy Joseph T., boards 44 Holyoke 
Cheney Martin A., conductor U. R. Co., bds. 44 Holyoke 
Cheney Mary M., widow of Nathan, h. 54 Essex 
Chenney C. H., house 84 Pleasant 
Cherry William, laborer, house 211 Franklin 
Chesley C. H., law student H. U., rooms 58 Mt. Auburn 
Chesley Nancy, w T idow of William, h. 519 Main 
Chestnut James, in Chemical Works, house Warren 
Chestnut Robert, laborer, house Warren 
Chew William, bricklayer, house 99 Main 
Chick Amos, carpenter, house 79 Brattle 
Chick Daniel W., stairbuilder, 19 Cherry, house 62 do. 
Chick Edson E., newspapers, periodicals, &c, 447 Main, 

boards do 
Chick Edward E., carpenter, boards 8 Summer 
Chick Joseph E., teamster, house 23 Seventh 
Chickering William H., clerk, B. & L. & N. R. R. freight 

office, Prison Point road, house at Somerville 
Child Andrew J., teamster, house 87 Moore 
Child Carrie E., widow of Chas. F., rooms 32 Mt. Auburn 
Child Catherine, widow of Nicholas G., house 109 Inman 
Child Francis J., Boylston professor of rhetoric and orato- 
ry H. IT., house 67 Kirkland 
Child John, milkman, house rear 105 Elm 
Child Joseph, saihnaker (2 North Market, B.), h. 760 Main 
Child Joseph, jr., leather dealer (96 High, B.), house 99 

Magazine 
Child Moses M., truant officer, ward 1, bds. 10 Farwell pi. 
Child Spencer, teamster, house 226 Broadway 
Child William B., house 17 Pearl [Pearl 

Child Winthrop W., hackdriver, Main, opp. Pearl, bds. 17 
Childs Alexander G., clerk, 377 Cambridge, boards do. 



BANCROFT &B0YDEN, 



Furniture & Upholstery floods, 

180 Tremont Street, Boston. 



CAMBRIDGE [(]] DIRECTORY. 97 

Childs Benj. (Childs & Kay), provisions, 377 Cambridge, 

house at Somerville 
Childs Frank C, clerk Mt. Auburn Cemetery, house at 

East Lexington 
Childs Henry, action maker Mason & Hamlin 
Childs Henry H., printer, house Acorn, near Chestnut 
Childs John H., bookbinder Riverside, house 26 Fairmont 
Childs John J., house 18 Fairmont 

Childs Parker E., printer, house 1 Gerry, cor. Chapman pi. 
Childs & Ray (Benj. Childs and Chas. F. Ray), provisions, 

377 Cambridge 
Chipley Charles A., general agent B. & O. R. R. (219 

Washington, B.), house 42 Tremont [Tremont 

Chipley Ezekiel S., clerk (219 Washington, B.), boards 42 
Chipman Albion, pattern and model maker (21 First, So. 

Boston), house 106 Thorndike 
Chishohu Colin (Gil ere as & Chisholm), carpenter, Elm, 

near Cambridge, house 108 Tremont 
Chisholm Duncan, wheelwright, house 108 Prospect 
Chisholm Robert C, cracker driver, boards 58 Sidney 
Chittick Robert, gardener, house rear 13 Appian way 
Choate Charles F., counselor (28 Pembertoii square, B.), 

house 153 Brattle 
Choate George Dr., house 154 Brattle 
Christian Joseph, cabinetmaker, house rear 101 Fourth 
Christie Michael, laborer, house 16 Reed 
Christie William, supt. Dana Hill club stable, 677 Main, 

house 22 Western avenue 
Christie William H., bookbinder Welch & Co., house 32 

Mt. Auburn 
Christopher Edward B., carpenter, house 44 Pine 
Christopher Eugene, cabinetmaker, house 158 Otis 
Christopher Henry A., carpenter, house rear 50 Pine 
Christopher Richard T., dentist, house 46 River 
Christopher Zenas, harnessmaker, house 13 Mt. Auburn 
Christy Cyrus W., resident graduate Divinity School, 

rooms 11 Divinity Hall 
Church Charles, laborer, boards 23 Hastings 
Church Charles L., cigarmaker (4 Charlestown, B.), house 

239 Main 
Church Charline H. A., laborer, house 23 Hastings 
Church Edgar A., boards 239 Broadway 
Church Hannah, widow, house 109 Inman 
Church John B., cabinetmaker, house 2 Vine 
Church M. A., widow, house 239 Broadway 
Church Lizzie E. Mrs., house Hampshire, corner Murdock 
Church Webster W., boards 239 Broadway 

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98 CAMBKIDGE [(]] DIRECTORY. 

Churchill Chas. B., wholesale clocks (259- Wash., B.), h. 

16 Ellery 
Churchill Wm. W., carver Doe & Hunnewell, boards at 

Somerville 
Chute Angus, carpenter, house 23 Suffolk 
Chute laCrinda G., widow of Wm. B., h. rear 508 Main 
Chute Rupert J., reporter Cambridge Chronicle, boards 

34 Austin 
Chute Sidney S., carpenter, house 7 Rockwell 
Cilley Horace L. (Cilley, Stimson & Woodbury), 120 

Green, house at Boston 
Cilley, Stimson & Woodbury (Horace L. Cilley, Martin 

W. Stimson, Willard H. Woodbury), livery, sale 

and boarding stable, 120 Green 
CITY HALL, 660 Main 

Clancey Andrew M., clerk, 98 Cambridge, boards 74 do. 
Clancey Michael, laborer, house 215 Columbia 
Clapp Charles C, music store (69 Court, B.), house 132 

Mt. Auburn 
Clapp Edward A., house 5 Lee 

Clapp Edward C, compositor, house 141 Mt. Auburn 
Clapp George Walter, metals (120 North, B.), h. 49 Erie 
Clapp Horace, house 8 Plympton [ington 

Clapp John, sawyer, M. & H. Organ Co., bds. 101 Wash- 
Clapp Nancy T., widow of Frederick, house 8 River 
Clapp Robert P., student H. IT., rooms 9 Felton 
Clapp Seth Edward, clerk (9 Cambridge, B.), house 2 

Rockwell 
Clark Alvan (Alvan Clark & Sons), telescope maker, 

Brookline, near the bridge, house 184 do. 
Clark Alvan & Sons (Alvan, Alvan G. and George B. 

Clark), telescope makers, Brookline, near the bridge 
Clark Alvan G. (Alvan Clark & Sons), telescope maker, 

house 186 Brookline, near the bridge 
Clark Ambrose H., collector Cambridge Gas Co., house 21 

Irving [20 Sacramento 

Clark Appleton, boots and shoes (164 Congress, B.), h. 
Clark Benjamin P. (Benjamin P. Clark & Co.), confec- 
tioner and cigar manufacturer, 503 Main and Pearl, 

cor. Green, house 81 Franklin 
Clark Benjamin P. & Co. (Benjamin P. Clark, Amasa A. 

McKusick, and Thomas H. Emerson), confectionery 

and cigar manufacturers, 503 Main 
Clark Bryan, blacksmith, house 22 Hancock 
Clark Catherine, widow of Wm., house 21 South 
Clark Chas., lith. artist Riverside Press, bds. at Boston 
Clark Chas. A., stairbuilder, h. Crescent av., n. Pottery 



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CAMBRIDGE [(]] DIRECTORY. 99 

Clark Chester M., supt. brush department House of Cor- 
rection, East Cambridge,, house at Somerville 
Clark Christopher, mason, boards 10 Fourth 
Clark Daniel, 2 Holyoke, bds. 21 South 
Clark D wight S., printer, house 147 Columbia 
Clark Edward J., marbleworker (B.), bds. 23 Wallace 
Clark Eliza T. Mrs., house 1 Elmer 
Clark Ella W. Miss, teacher Thorndike grammar school, 

boards at Winchester 
Clark Fannie B. Mrs., house 16 Quincy 
Clark' Frances Mrs., house Oxford, corner Beacon 
Clark Frank W., clerk (B.), boards 15 Walden 
Clark Fred. C, boards 404 Harvard 

Clark George, confectioner, 503 Main, house 5 Foster's 

block, rear 95 Main [182 Brookline 

Clark Geo. B. (Alvan Clark & Sons), telescope maker, h. 

Clark Henry H., proofreader University Press, h. Harris, 

near Oxford 
Clark Hyacinth, boilermaker, house 28 Carson 
Clark Ira E., engineer and surveyor, City Engineer's 

office, City Hall, boards 84 Austin 
Clark James S., glasscutter, boards 79 Spring 
Clark James, laborer, house 29 Gore [Concord, av. 

Clark James P., florist (1 A Park, B.), house Madison, n. 
Clark John, house Dunster, near the wharf 
Clark John, hostler Porter's Hotel, boards do. 
Clark John, nightwatchmau, h. Sands, n. Putnam avenue 
Clark John, plasterer, house Hollis, near Spruce 
Clark John, clerk (73 North, B.), house 36 River 
Clark John, tailor, house 12 Flagg 
Clark John, mechanic, boards 131 Harvard 
Clark John, jr., apothecary clerk, boards 32 River 
Clark John, jr., painter, rooms foot Dunster 
Clark John B., casemaker G. Woods & Co., h. 7 Prospect 
Clark John W., cabinetmaker, house 98 Hampshire 
Clark John W., carpenter (B.), house 402 Main 
Clark Joseph, carpenter, bds. C. A. Clark's, Crescent av. 
Clark Lewis C, driver Supply Hose No. 1, house do. 
Clark Mary, widow of Bartholomew, house foot Dunster 
Clark Mary, widow, house 12 Hayes court 
Clark Mary E., widow of John, h. 1 Baldwin place 
Clark Mary J. Miss, dressmaker, house 135 Thorndike 
Clark Mary J., widow, house 83 Bridge 
Clark Martin V. B., printer Riverside, house 9 Jay 
Clark Matthias C, stonecutter, house 94 Sixth 
Clark Melancthon W. S., conductor U. R. Co., house 11 
Farwell place 

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100 CAMBEIDGE [0] DIRECTORY. 

Clark Ozias, carpenter, 48 Cambridge, h. at Somerville 

Clark Patrick, laborer, house 10 Fourth 

Clark Patrick T. (Brine & Clark), wood and coal, 211 

Bridge, foot of Third, house 150 Prospect 
Clark Richard, laborer, h. Harding, near Porter 
Clark Robert P., carpenter, bds. C. A. Clark's, Crescent av. 
Clark Samuel P., painter, 408 Main, bds. 67 Western av. 
Clark Simon P., carpenter, 19 Cherry, house 35 do. 
Clark Sophia S. Mrs., house 404 Harvard [Winsor 

Clark Thomas, clerk Boston Car Wheel' Co., house 88 
Clark William, house 34 Amory 

Clark William H., bookbinder, h. r. 73 Putnam avenue 
Clarke Augustus P., physician, 693 Main, house do. 
Clarke Benjamin, house 48 Shepard 
Clarke Charlotte B., widow of Elijah, h. 6 Dnye court 
Clarke Chas. F., clerk, 468 Harvard, bds. 12 Plimpton 
Clarke Henry W., brakeman F. R. R,, bds. 42 Gore 
Clarke J. Milton, messenger (Sub Treasury, B.), house 

rear 33 Norfolk 
Clarke Mary W., widow of Moses, house 68 Otis 
Clarke Theodore P. B., letter carrier (P. O., B.), boards 

22 Front [square 

Clarke Thomas H., tinsmith, 30 Brighton, rooms 30 Brattle 
Clarke William, bootmaker, 16 Brighton, h. 21 Beaver 
Clarke Wra. H., carriagesmith F. I vers, bds. 21 Beaver 
Clarke Wra. T., clerk M. A. Maynard, bds. at Somerville 
Clarkson Alexander, saloon (10 Friend, B.), h. 141 Cam- 
bridge 
Clarkson John, painter, house 50 Cedar 
Clarkson Thomas G., jeweler (11 West, B.), h. 6 Rockwell 
Clary Francis P., janitor Boylston Hall, H. U., house 22 

Baldwin 
Clary Henry D. (Custom House, B.), h. Oxford, c. Forest 
Clary James, boxmaker M. & H. Organ Co., h. Decatur, n. 

Brookline 
Clary John, foreman John A. Eastern, East, house East, n. 

Hall's wharf 
Clary Mary, widow of David, house 230 Bridge 
Clary Michael, laborer, boards Decatur court 
Clary Patrick, stonemason, house 7 Baldwin court 
ClasVjy Eliza S., widow of Geo., bds. 22 Lowell 
Clasby Thos., laborer, house 10 Flagg court 
Claussen Henry, lithographer Armstrong & Co., Riverside 

Press, boards 214 Green 
Claussen Peter N., boots and shoes, 11 Harvard row, h. 

214 Green 
Clayton Martin, house 7 Fourth 

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CAMBRIDGE [(]] DIRECTORY. 101 

Clayton Patrick, laborer, house rear 36 Harvard 
Clayton Richard, blacksmith, house 7 Fourth 
Cleaveland Charles A., teamster, house 70 Spring 
Cleaveland James, action maker Mason & Hamlin 
Cleaveland John A., teamster, house 59 Vine 
Clements Henry C, blacksmith, bds. 8 Conlon's court 
Clements John, plasterer, bds. 8 Conlon's court 
Clements William, laborer, house 8 Conlon's court 
Clemmet Thomas, tailor, house 38 Brookline 
Cleveland Albert D., policeman, house 387 North avenue 
Cleveland Charles V., teamster, boards 387 North av. 
Cleveland William A., sub-letter carrier, bds. 387 North 

avenue 
Cleveland Mary W., widow of Anthony B., h. 53 Oxford 
Clifford John, engineer John Wilson & Son, house 33 

Charles River 
Clifford Owen, laborer, house 177 Dublin 
Clifford Patrick, house 16 Lopez 
Clifford Phillip, gardener, boards 79 Elm 
Close George, confectioner, 244 Broadway, h. 98 Winsor 
Close John, fancy cake baker, 315 Cambridge, house do. 
Close John, jr., cracker peddler, house 44 Pine 
Close Louis, carpenter, boards 51 Winter 
Clough Emma I., teacher Harvard school, room 1, boards 

11 Amory 
Clough John S., purchasing agent J. P. Squire & Co., h. 

at Chelsea 
Clough Sophronia C, widow of John K., h. 55 Columbia 
Clous Charles, civil engineer, house 75 Spring 
Clouston Frank C, clerk, boards 14 William 
Clouston Mary, widow of William, house 14 William 
Clover Ellis, plasterer, boards 14 Murdock 
Clover Frederick, plasterer, house 14 Murdock 
Clow Edmund, printer Riverside, house 50 Fairmont 
Cloyes Lothrop J., policeman, house 12 Story 
Cloyes Philip B., fish, butter, etc., 5 Brattle, house 12 Far- 
well place 
dukes William H., jigsawyer (Chickeriugs, B.), house 173 

Cambridge 
Coady John B., carpenter, house Riverside place 
Coakley David, laborer house 57 North 
Coakley Jeremiah, laborer, boards 29 Harvey 
Coakley John, laborer, house 26 North 
Coakley Patrick, laborer, h. Willow pi., n. Cambridge 
Coakley Timothy, expressman, house 500 Cambridge 
Coates Charles H., saloon (133 Milk, B.), house 6 Charles 

River 

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102 CAMBRIDGE [(]] DIRECTORY. 

Cobb Benjamin F., surveyor lumber, h. 149 Cambridge 
Cobb Christopher J., 497 Main, bds. 2 Charles River 
Cobb Cyrus, lawyer (13 Pemberton sq., B.), h. 83 Green 
Cobb Darius, artist (24 Studio bldg., B.),h. 235 Harvard 
Cobb Edward C, tinworker, 525 Main, bds. 5 Columbia 
Cobb Franklin A., salesman, 638 Main, house 19 Sidney 
Cobb Henry, driver U. R. Co., boards 5 Harvard square 
Cobb Josiah H., teadealer (1191 Washington, B.), house 

17 Prospect 
Cobb Tobias, laborer, house 10 Davis 
Cobine James (James Cobine & Co.), 133 Main, house at 

Somerville 
Cobine James & Co. (James Cobine), blacksmiths and 

wheelwrights, 133 Main 
Coburn Benjamin V., machinist, boards 73 Fourth 
Coburn Calvin, organmaker, house 148 Spring 
Coburn Charles, clerk (155 Wash., B.), house 15 Beech 
Coburn Charles F., organmaker, house 148 Spring 
Coburn Geo. A., physician, 13 Sixth, house do. 
Coburn Misses, house 70 Green 
Coburn Susia A. Mrs., house 71 Spring 
Coburn Wendell T., clothing (20 Brattle, B.), house 110 

Winsor 
Cochran Archibald, casemaker Mason & Hamlin 
Cochran Jeanette Mrs., house 80 Pearl 
Cochran John (Govan & Cochran), organ case maker 

Mason & Hamlin, house 14 State 
Cochran Susan M. Miss, teacher Willard primary school, 

house 42 Magazine 
Cochran Thomas, hostler Union car stable, house 7 Reed 
Cody James, hostler, house Holmes place 
Coes Geo. H. (Howard Athenaeum, B.), h. 207 Hampshire 
Coffee Cornelius, laborer, house 34 Cambridge 
Coffee Dennis, laborer, house 58 North 
Coffee James, boards 58 North 
Coffee John, laborer, house 54 North 
Coffee Michael, house 58 North 
Coffee Timothy, blacksmith, boards 391 Main 
Coffey John J., provisions, Frankl'in, cor. Bay, house do. 
Coffin Almond, hostler, boards rear 168 Gore 
Coffin Arthur F., at city surveyor's office (Roxbury), bds. 

W. Smith's, Lake View avenue 
Coffin Howard, laborer J. P. Squire & Co., h. 8 Squires ct. 
Coffin Mary, widow, house Lilac court 
Coflin David, laborer, house 470 Cambridge 
Cofran John W., foreman A. C. Sanborn & Co., 68 Bridge, 

house at Charlestown 

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CAMBRIDGE [(]] DIRECTORY. 103 

Cofran Noah M., foreman Cofran's brick yard, Concord 

avenue, house 13 Wyeth 
COFRAN SAMUEL M., brickmaker, Concord avenue, 

near Fresh Pond, house 70 do. 
Cofran's brickyard boardinghouse, Vassal lane, rear of 

brickyard 
Cogan Dennis, laborer, boards 230 Bridge 
Cogan Edmond (Chapman & Cogan), carpenter, 11 Gore, 

house 230 Bridge 
Cogan Ellen, widow of Joseph, house 230 Bridge 
Cogan James, laborer, house Harding, near Porter 
Cogan Joseph, harnessmaker {19 Sudbury, B.), house 35 

Second 
Coghlan Patrick, cooper F. A. Kennedy, h. 37 Jefferson 
Cogswell Edward R., physician, house 330 Broadway 
Cogswell Eri, teamster, 53 Pearl, boards 2 Lawrence 
Cogswell Francis, supt. of schools, office City building, 

Central square, boards 123 Prospect 
Cogswell Samuel B., machinist Walworth M'nfg. Co., h. 

465 Main 
Cohen Abram, traveling agent, boards 36 Amory 
Cohen Betsey Mrs., house 35 Brooks place 
Cokeley Susan, widow of Thomas, house 47 Gore 
Coker Edward C, provisions, 157 Harvard, h. 117 Winsor 
Colbert Hannah, widow of John, house 19 Beaver 
Colbert Jeremiah, hostler, 22 Brattle sq., boards Kinnaird 
Colburn Elbridge G., foreman blacksmith, house 26 Upton 
Colburn George W. (33 Summer, B.), house 7 Dana 
Colburn Mary E., widow of Cephas, house 34 Pearl 
Colburn Susie P., dressmaker, 37 Brattle, house do. 
Colby Alonzo B., molder, boards 177 Harvard 
Colbv Benj., lecturer, boards 156 Mt. Auburn [bridge 
Colby B. Franklin, clerk, (4 Chauncey, B.), h. 50 Trow- 
Colby Etta H., photographic printer, 110 Cambridge, bds. 

26 Sixth 
Colby Eugene C, piano action maker, boards 518 Main 
Colby Gilman, advertising agent (12 School, B.), house 

rear 98 Cambridge 
Colby Lewis Rev., house 697 Main 
Colby Lucius, painter, house 26 Sixth 
Colby Moses C., salesman (24 Dock sq., B.), h. 28 Wendell 
Colby Simeon, boarding house 77 Clark 
Colby Thos. J., machinist L. R. R. Shop, h. at Winter Hill 
Cole Almon L., carpenter, house 203 Hampshire 
Cole Arthur E., baker, house 19 Pine 
Cole Chas. D., sec'y Grand Lodge I. O. O. F. (Tremont, 

cor. Berkeley, B.), house 738 Main 

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104 CAMBRIDGE [Q] DIRECTORY. 

Cole Christopher H., produce (14 So. Market, B.), house 

168 Harvard 
Cole C. M. Miss, music teacher, house Acacia, near Ash 
Cole George, gardener Murdock's Conservatory, house 13 

Hewes [lumbia 

Cole George A., letter carrier Cambridge P. O., h. 136 Co- 
Cole Hanun W., house Acacia, near Ash 
Cole Jeremiah, machinist, 368 Main 
Cole Seth, printer, house 6 Union 

Cole Stephen R., machinist, 72 Main, house 50 Broadway- 
Cole William E„ carpenter, 24 Watson 
Colegrove George D., tel. opr. (109 State, B.), house 92 

Winsor 
Coleman Chas., cutter at J. P. Squire's, bds. rear 168 Gore 
Coleman Elisha P., bookkeeper (Tremont Temple, room 

17, B.), house 11 Wendell 
Coleman Ellen Mrs., house 216 Franklin 
Coleman Frank W., clerk (196 Wash., B.), boards 11 

Wendell [Main 

Coleman John, engineer Walworth Mnfg. Co., boards 374 
Coleman John, policeman, station 2, house 92 Winsor 
Coleman John, laborer, house 6 Reed 
Coleman Mark W., tinplate worker, house 140 Otis 
Coleman Michael, laborer, house Foster place 
Coleman Michael, tailor, house 143 Elm 
Coleman Michael, jr., marble cutter, Mt. Auburn, house 

Foster place 
Coleman William, hostler, house 195 Mt Auburn 
Coles Winslow V., plateprinter (451 Wash., B.), house 22 

Austin 
Colesworthy Deborah R. Miss, house 4 Amory place 
Coll Patrick, house Webster avenue, junction Winsor 
Collamore Theodore, foreman casefactory Smith Organ 

Co. (Albany, cor. E. Brookline, B.), h. 47 Austin 
Collamore William A., organ actionmaker, bds. 36 Moore 
Collett Harry A., boards 66 Amory 
Colley Benjamin E. Mrs., house 29 Fayette 
Colley B. E. & Co., pianoforte rnnfrs., 206 Hampshire and 

(756 Washington, B.) 
Colley Lyford, conductor U. R. Co., bds. 1 Oak 
Colley Frank, boards 29 Fayette 
Colley Herbert, pianornaker, boards 29 Fayette 
Colley James, house 32 Lee 

Colley William H., teamster, 509 Main, h. rear Norfolk pi. 
Collier John, policeman, h. 9 Fourth, c. Stevens court 
Collier J. Howard, lithographer Riverside Press, house at 

Brighton 

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CAMBRIDGE [(]] DIRECTORY. 105 

Collier Sophia, widow of Patrick H., h. 9 Winter 
Collier Thomas, in Boston rolling: mill, h. 85 Clark 
Collins Alfred Q., clerk Mass. Nat. Bank (60 Congress, 

B.), boards 58 Magazine 
Collins Arthur, liquors, 241 Cambridge, h. do. 
Collins Charles J., stairbuilder, house 15 Pine 
Collins Cornelius, saloon, 145 Bridge, house do. 
Collins Daniel, grocer, 192 Bridge, house do. 
Collins Daniel, teamster, house rear 6 East 
Collins Daniel, mason, house 83 Charles [Cambridge 

Collins Daniel B., clerk E. D. Sawyer & Co., boards 133 
Collins Dennis, laborer, house 234 Bridge 
Collins Dennis, tailor, house 9 Short 
Collins Dennis L., plumber, 19 Brattle, bds. at Somerville 
Collins Edward J., blacksmith, boards A. J. Batemau's, 

North avenue 
Collins Ellen Mrs., h. Franklin, cor. Hancock 
Collins Estella Miss, hairworker and hair store, 600 Main, 

house at Boston 
Collins James, molder, boards 374 Main 
Collins James E., coachman, boards 39 Gore 
Collins James EL, supt. of Bay State Brick Co., boards 

263 North avenue 
Collins James J., carpenter, boards 56 Second 
Collins John, laborer, house 12 Third 
Collins John G., laborer, house 26 Union 
Collins Joseph, gardener Mt. Auburn, h. 11 Dinsmore ct. 
Collins Maria A. Mrs., house 23 Cambridge 
Collins Mary B. Mrs., boardinghouse, 56 Second 
Collins Michael, glassworker, house 15 Winter 
Collins Michael, laborer, house 381 North avenue 
Collins Michael G., painter, house 24 Fourth 
Collins Patrick, porter, house 140-Pleasant 
Collins Richard, laborer, house foot of Dunster 
Collins Thomas, laborer, house 30 Gore 
Collins Timothy, carver, boards 9 Short 
Collins Timothy, tailor, house 44 North 
Collins Timothy, glassmaker, house 39 Gore 
Collins Walter H. (Collins & Turner), brick manuf., h. 12 

Meacham 
Collins William, laborer, house 152 Green 
Collins William M. (Day, Collins & Co.), drain and sewer 

pipe, 132 Main, h. at Boston 
Collins & Turner's (Walter H. Collins and Job A. Turner, 

jr.), brick manufs., Concord avenue 
Collins & Turner's brickyard boardinghouse, Walden, near 
, Concord avenue 

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106 " CAMBRIDGE [(]] DIRECTORY. 

Colloton John B., cabinetmaker, b. 239 Broadway 
Colraan Amos, laborer, house 12 Bath 
Colman Joseph J., kitchen furnishing goods, 426 Cam- 
bridge, h. 98 Tremont 
Colman Mary, widow, house 36 Hastings 
Colo Darby, laborer, house 196 Green 
Colson Charles, laborer, house 118 Webster avenue 
Colson Edgar, carpenter, boards 67 Webster avenue 
Coltson Everett L., teamster, boards 8 Squires court 
Colston Frank, laborer, boards 31 Union 
Colston Frank, laborer, boards 5 Elmer 
Colter Francis J., teamster, house Deacon 
Colter John, laborer, house 169 Otis 
Colweli Alice, widow of Matthew, h. 129 Riverside 
Colwell Matthew, produce peddler, house Porter 
Columbus Albert, tinsmith, house Warren, near Porter 
Columbus William, tinsmith, house 95 Webster avenue 
Comee Frank F., bookkeeper (99 Summer, B.), bds. 757 

Main 
Comee Fred. R., boards 757 Main 
Comee William W., house 757 Main 
Cornel Nancy, widow of Edward, house 20 Park 
Comer John, peddler, house foot of Harvey 
Comer Michael, currier, house 27 Harvey 
Comerford Thomas, shoemaker, house Porter 
Comey Charles R., student H. XL, rooms 5 Pleasant pi. 
Comey Chester H., ins. broker (28 School, B.), h. 5 Pleas- 
ant place 
Commerford Alice, widow of Edward, house Porter, near 

Harding 
COMSTOCK HIRAM M., soda manufacturer (30 Canal, 

B.), house 24 Warland 
Conant Benjamin, printer, house 53 Essex 
Conant Daniel, laborer, house Warren, near Jefferson 
Conant George W. S., house 14 Farwell place 
Conant Henry H., grocer (209 Tremont, B.),h. 29 Winsor 
Conant Joseph J., bookbinder, house 14 Shepard 
Conboy Thomas, laborer, house rear 53 Vine 
Conboy Timothy, bootmaker (Federal, B.), house 10 

Stevens court 
Concannon Hannah, widow of Patrick, house 12 Third 
Concannon James B., porter, house Porter, near Medford 
Condon Amelia M. Mrs., boards 164 Gore 
Condon James, shoemaker, boards 390 Main 
Condon John P., carpenter, house 30 Upton 
Condon Robert, hairdresser, 623 Main 
Condon William, laborer, h. Andrew, near Fairmont 

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CAMBRIDGE [(]] DIRECTORY. 107 

Cone Adeline W. Mrs., house 105 Inman 

Cone Frank W., clerk (73 Summer, B.), h. 105 Inman 

Coner Charles, carinspector B., L. & N. R. R., house rear 

118 Cambridge 
Coney Patrick, gardener, house 104 Western avenue 
Conlan Bridget, widow of John, house 183 Winsor 
Conlaa Dennis, laborer, boards 13 Bolton 
Conlan Edward, laborer, house Distillhouse place 
Conlan Felix J., civil engineer and surveyor, City Engi- 
neer's office, City Hall, bds. 59 Thorndike 
Conlan Frank, laborer, house 13 Vine 
Conlan James, asst. pastor St. John's church, h. 83 Otis 
Conlan John, conductor U. R. R., bds. 183 Winsor 
Conlan John, student H. U., rooms 28 Hollis Hall 
Conlan John, law student, house 59 Thorndike 
Conlan John, laborer, house 13 Bolton 
Conlan John (Conlan & Quinn), cooper, 18 Vine, h. 23 do. 
Conlan Michael, laborer, house 184 Winsor 
Conlan Patrick, teamster, house 104 Dublin 
Conlan Patrick, house 59 Thorndike 
Conlan Peter, laborer, house 171 Winsor 
Conlan Robert, laborer, house 154 Green 
Conlan Samuel, soapmaker, house 86 Webster avenue 
CONLAN & QUINN (John Conlan and John Quinn), 

coopers, 18 Vine 
Conley Bartholomew, laborer, h. rear 159 Broadway 
Conley Catherine, widow of William, h. 104 Webster av. 
Conley Edward, teamster, house 49 Harvard 
Conley Edward, stonecutter, house 123 Fourth 
Conley Geo. W.. actionmaker M. & H. Organ Co., house 

39 Pine 
Conley Henry, wheelwright, bds. 68 Brighton 
Conley James, currier, house 41 Charles 
Conley James, laborer, house 51 Clark 
Conley James, painter, house 6 Hastings 
Conley John, molder, house 35 Hampshire 
Conley John W., plasterer, h. Holly av., n. Wyeth 
Conley Maria, widow, house 3 Dickinson 
Conley Michael, laborer, house 131 Third 
Conley Patrick, laborer, bds. rear 34 Charles 
Conlin John H., bleacher, house 47 Sacramento 
Conlon Anna, widow, house 57 Harvard 
Conlon Michael, baker, house 25 Fourth 
Connaton Doininick, laborer, house 114 Broadway 
Connaton Edward, painter, 14 Church, house 5 Athens 
Connell Anthony, painter, house 25 Hancock 
Connell Anthony, jr., painter, bds. 25 Hancock 

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108 CAMBRIDGE [(]] DIRECTORY. 

Connell G. G., at University Press, rooms 56 Mt. Auburn 

Connell James, laborer, house 249 Franklin 

Connell Jeremiah, laborer, house 24 North 

Connell John, laborer, boards 18 Winter 

Connell John, 2d, teamster, 550 Main, h. 208 Franklin 

Connell John, teamster, 550 Main, h. 245 Franklin 

Connell Mary, widow of Edward, h. 94 Kinnaird 

Connell Michael, baconcurer, house 122 Elm 

Connell Patrick, grocer, 207 Franklin, house do. 

Connell Richard, laborer, house 24 Hancock 

Connell William, laborer, h. Green, near Hancock 

Connelly Bartholomew, laborer, house 6 Camden 

Connelly John, laborer, house 55 Charles 

Connelly Mary, widow of Bernard, house 6 Third 

Connelly Thomas, laborer, boards 55 Charles 

Connelly Thomas, carpenter, h. 10 Daniels court 

Conner Brian, laborer, house 58 Spruce 

Conner Charles E., machinist, 368 Main, bds, 7 Winsor 

Conner Cornelius, laborer, house foot of Dunster 

Conner Morris, rooms 1 Revere 

Conner William P., machinist, 368 Main, h. 7 Winsor 

Conniff John, marblepolisher, house 198 Norfolk 

Connolly Henry J., wheelwright, Murray, cor. Brighton, 

boards 68 Brighton 
Connolly Michael, carpenter and stairbuilder, h. 13 Eighth 
Connor Brian, laborer, house 15 Reed 
Connor James, gardener, house 435 Cambridge 
Connor Jeremiah, house 79 Brighton 
Connor Jeremiah, laborer, house 45 Banks 
Connor John, machinist, boards 416 Main 
Connor John, stonemason, house 11 Hayes court 
Connor John F., baker F. A. Kennedy, bds. 435 Cambridge 
Connor Justin P., glasscutter, house 123 Winsor 
Connor Martin E., clerk, 563 Main, bds. 71 School 
Connor Patrick, laborer, house 11 Reed 
Connor Thomas, teamster, 253 Cambridge, bds. 1 Ninth 
Connors Andrew, blacksmith, 12 Gore, h. at Somerville 
Connors Cornelius, house 55 Amory 
Connors David, laborer, house 51 Clark 
Connors Elizabeth, widow, house 71 School 
Connors Ellen, widow, house 143 Bridge 
Connors Ellen, widow of James, house 142 Cambridge 
Connors Hugh, fireman, house 2 Pioneer 
Connors Jeremiah, laborer, house 23 Bay 
Connors John, waiter, house 58 Charles 
Connors John, laborer, house 186 Green 
Connors John, laborer, house 401 Cambridge 

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Connors John H., liquordeal'er (119 Haverhill, B.), house 

19 Magazine 
Connors Joseph, teamster, bds. 5 Foster's blk., r. 95 Main 
Connors Julia, widow of Patrick, house 61)^ Brighton 
Connors Michael, laborer, h. Spruce, near brick-yard 
Connors Michael, laborer, house 194 Green 
Connors Patrick, laborer, house 65 Elm 
Connors Patrick, laborer, house Jackson, n. Spruce 
Connors Patrick, laborer, house 105 Kinnaird 
Connors Peter, fruit peddler, bds. 169 Thorndike 
Connors Terrence, boards 57 Broadway 
Connors Thomas, laborer, house 5 Lincoln 
Connors Thomas, grocer, Third, cor. Gore, bds. 6 Second 
Conrey Keern, laborer, house 454 Broadway 
Conrey Maurice, laborer, house 27 West 
Conrick Edward, watchman, house 79 Hastings 
Conroy James, electrotyper, house rear 209 Mt. Auburn 
Conroy James, laborer, house 104 Kinnaird 
Conroy John, printer, house 101 Kinnaird 
Conroy Patrick J., slater, house 58 Charles 
Conroy Thomas, lager beer, 198 Cambridge, house do. 
Conry Michael J.,-stonecutter (Cape Ann), house rear 17 

Charles River 
Converse Betsey Mrs., boards 403 Broadway 
Converse Joseph H., treasurer (39 State, room 12, B.), h. 

403 Broadway 
Conway Catherine, widow of Martin, house 192 Bridge 
CONWAY JAMES, tailor, Palmer, n. Brattle, rooms do. 
Conway Jeremiah, laborer, boards Flagg, near Banks 
Conway Patrick, glassworker, boards 192 Bridge 
Conway Richard, mason, 7 Grant, house do. 
Coogan James, laborer, house 73 Hastings 
Cook Arthur A., clerk, house 44 Sidney 
Cook Ephraim, painter, house 59 Gore 
Cook Fred., laborer, boards 70 Second 
Cook James, glassblower, house 40 Spring 
Cook Jane Mrs., house rear 18 Brown 
Cook John T., shipper, house 8 Auburn court 
Cook Josiah W., house 96 Auburn 

Cook Lewis J., organ maker G. Woods & Co., h. 12 Pearl 
Cook Lois, varnisher, house rear 93 Sixth 
Cook Lowell M., tuner Mason & Hamlin, h. 10 Tufts 
Cook Marvin S., cigars, tobacco, etc. (63 Union, B.), h. 

25 State 
Cook Micah W., policeman, house 19 Shepard 
Cook Michael, brassfinisher, house 28 Washington 
Cook Samuel, cigarmaker, house Brooks place 

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Cook Thomas D., policeman, house 10 Allen 

Cook William, instructor in German, H. U., house Lin- 

naean. near Garden 
Cooke Carrie A. Miss, teacher Boardman primary school, 

boards 84 Austin 
Cooke Fannie E. Miss, teacher Willard primary school, 

boards 21 Western avenue 
Cooke John B., cattlebroker, h. Davenport, cor. Elm 
Cooke Josiah P., jr., Irving professor- of Chemistry and 

Mineralogy, H. XL, house 25 Quincy 
Cooke L. Fred., real estate agent J. P. Squire & Co., 169 

Gore, house at Boston 
Cooke Mary C. Miss, teacher Shepard grammar school, 

boards at Somerville 
Cooley Albert L., furniture dealer (40 Lancaster, B.), 

house 91 Magazine 
Cooley Levi, lobster dealer (Craigie's Bridge, B.), house 

83 Broadway [Forest 

Coolidge Charles H. ? millinery (90 Tremont, B.), h. 20 
Coolidge Charles, printer Riverside, house 56 Auburn 
Coolidge Charles F., clerk Riverside Press, h. 56 Auburn 
Coolidge Daniel, tube board maker, M. & H. Organ Co., 

house 10 Jay 
Coolidge Flavel, house 48 Trowbridge 
Coolidge Frank J., printer, house 111 Allston 
Coolidge John, carpenter, house 14 Myrtle place 
Coolidge John F., expressdriver, bds. 14 Myrtle place 
Coolidge Joseph G., farmer and. florist, house Coolidge 

avenue, near Mt. Auburn 
Coolidge Susan B., widow of Henry W., h. 9 Elmer 
Coolidge Susan G. Mrs., house 758 Main 
Coombs Burton, carpenter, house 381 Cambridge 
Coombs C. Everett, clerk (9 Winter, B.),bds. 48 Shepard 
Coombs Conant, mason, boards 15 Pleasant 
Coombs Howard, mason, boards 15 Pleasant 
Coon James, mason, boards 15 Pleasant 
Cooney Edward, cabinetmaker, bds. oif Mount Anburn. 

near Eliot 
Cooney James, blacksmith, 368 Main 
Cooney Mary, widow, h. off Mt. Auburn, n. Eliot 
Cooper Almond F., general agent Boston Car Wheel Co., 

21 Hampshire, house 74 Ellery 
Cooper Bridget, widow of John, house 49 Washington 
Cooper Caroline L. F., widow of Samuel F., h. 84 Green 
Cooper Charles, soap mnfr. (Salem), house 87 River 
Cooper Charles A. (Salem), boards 87 River 
Cooper David, compositor, boards 13 Hamilton 

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Cooper James, foreman J. P. Squire & Co., h. 186 Gore 
Cooper James, carpenter, house Jefferson, near Warren 
Cooper Joel, cigarmaker, house 3 Rollins court 
Cooper John, clerk (B.), house rear 144 Thorndike 
Cooper John J., printer, house 13 Hamilton 
Cooper Locia D. Mrs., boarding, 46 Prospect 
Cooper William, boilermaker, 92 Main, h. 3 Portland 
Cooper William, soap mnfr., house 100 River 
Cooper William F.,-tuner Mason & Hamlin 
Copeland Danforth S., waiter, house 125 Spring 
COPELAND GEORGE H., chief of police, h. 12 Winsor 
Copeland Henry C. (E. D. Sawyer & Co.), 12 Cambridge, 

house at Calais, Me. 
Copeland Henry F., house 125 Spring 
Copeland John, carpenter, house 7 Plymouth [Spring 

Copeland Seth, confectioner (4 Tremont row, B.j, h. 125 
Copeland S. E. Mrs., house 119 Green 
Copithorne John, carbuilder B., L. & N. R. R. shop, h. 

at Somerville 
Copithorne Matthew Mrs., house 40 Union 
Copithorne William, bookbinder, house 111 Elm 
Copp John C, bookbinder, boards 21 Brookline 
Copp Margaret, widow of George W., h. 21 Brookline 
Coppenrath Jacobus H., cabinetmaker finisher Doe & 

Hunnewell, house 24 Eighth 
Coppletone Richard, house Garden, near Donnell 
Corado Joseph, lithographer, boards 54 Elm 
Corbellis James, coachman, house 84 Third 
Corbett Augustus O., agent (B.), house 13 Kirkland place 
Corbett Corbett, carpenter, house 1 Sceva place 
Corbett Daniel, foreman cooper J. P. Squire & .Co., house 

12 Squire's court 
Corbett George C, hairdresser, house 12 Austin 
Corbett John, carpenter, 111 Broadway, h. 79 Clark 
Corbett John, stonecutter, boards 68 Brighton 
Corbett Michael, nightwatchman B. &. L. R. R., house 

36 Second 
Corchran Michael B., groceries, 121 Third, house do. 
Corcoran Archibald, organ case maker, bds. 108 Tremont 
Corcoran Daniel, hostler U. R. Co., h. rear 196 Green 
Corcoran Dennis, hostler, house 106 Kinnaird 
Corcoran Dennis, policeman, h. rear 124 Otis 
Corcoran Dennis, hostler, h. Franklin, corner Soden 
Corcoran Frank, stereotype finisher, house 1 Foster 
Corcoran James, laborer, house foot of Hunting 
Corcoran James E., instructor State Prison (Cuarlestown) 

boards rear 67 Charles 

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Corcoran Jeremiah, baker, h. 162 Franklin, n. Kinnaird 

Corcoran John, laborer, h. Warren, n. Cambridge 

Corcoran John, printer, house 30 Decatur 

Corcoran John, blacksmith, house 9 Eliot 

Corcoran John, laborer, house rear 67 Charles 

Corcoran John, laborer, house 18 North 

Corcoran John, organ case maker, bds. 108 Tremont 

Corcoran John, laborer, house 6 Hastings 

Corcoran John H., clerk 609 Main, boards 30 Decatur 

Corcoran Michael, laborer, house 249 Franklin 

Corcoran Michael, foreman press department University 

Press, house 18 Wright [n. the River 

Corcoran Patrick, janitor Court House, house Charles, 
Corcoran Patrick, laborer, h. Jefferson, n. Harding 
Corcoran Thomas J., bartender, 119 Cambridge, boards 

rear 67 Charles 
Corcoran Timothy, laborer, house rear 182 Green 
Corcoran Timothy, mason, house 10 Foster 
Corcoran Timothy, shoemaker, house 213 Franklin 
Corey Amelia Mrs., widow, house 254 North avenue 
Corey John, icedealer, house 153 Otis 
Corkery Dennis, laborer, house 9 Carson 
Corkery Dennis, laborer, house 154 Franklin 
Corkery Honora, widow, house 200 Dublin 
Corkery Margaret, widow, house 20 Carson 
Corkery Matthew, laborer, house 15 Hayes court 
Corkery Maurice, laborer, house 7 Hayes court 
Corkery Michael, laborer, house 20 Carson 
Corkery Michael, laborer, house 134 Webster avenue 
Corkery Patrick, laborer, house 12 Third 
Corliss John, printer, house 139 Main 
Cormack William, plumber (Merrimac, B.), h. 33 Eighth 
Cornelius Lydia F., widow of Elias, house 16 Garden 
Cornell John, teamster, house 9 Grant 
Correr Joseph, laborer, house 108 Spruce 
Correr Joseph, jr., laborer, house 108 Spruce 
Corson Charles, coachman, 64 Dana, boards do. 
Cosgrove Andrew, laborer, house 58 Charles 
Cosgrove James, boards 20 Donnell 
Cosgrove Joseph, laborer, boards 29 Reed 
Cosgrove Thomas, laborer, house 20 Donnell 
Cosgrove Thomas F., cabinetmaker, house 5 Tuttle 
Cossette Joseph, laborer, house 108 Spruce 
Costa Joseph E., varnisher, house rear 94 Spring 
Costeller Mary, widow of Edward, house 132 Garden 
Costello Ann, widow, house 167 Green 
Costello Edward, gardener, house 178 Franklin 



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Costello John, soapmaker, house 65 Elm 

Costello John, house 37 Cowperthwait 

Costello Martin, laborer, boards 162 Franklin 

Costello Mary, widow of Michael, house 10 Willard ct. 

Costello Michael, engineer, house 117 Gore 

Costello Patrick, laborer, boards 15 Flagg 

Costello Richard, laborer, boards 15 Flagg 

Costello Thomas, printer J. Wilson & Son, bds. 167 Green 

Cottar John, laborer, house 35 Baldwin 

Cottar Richard, tinsmith, boards 35 Baldwin 

Cotter Edward J., pressman, house 130 Brookline 

Cotter Ellen, widow of Thomas, h. 29 Cowperthwait 

Cotter Margaret, widow, house 71 Cambridge 

Cotter Morris, switchtender B. L. & N. R. R., house 2 

Linnehan's block, Third 
Cotter Peter, laborer, house First, rear 34 Cambridge 
Cotton George H., superintendent American Tube Co. 

(Somerville), house 88 North avenue 
Cotton H. Norman, stationery (117 Devonshire, B.), house 

23 Clinton 
Cotton J. Frank, traveling salesman, 503 Main, house at 

Somerville [52 Magazine 

Cotton J. Warren, clerk of committees, City Hall, house 
Cotton Lucretia M. Mrs., nurse, house 65 Pearl 
Cotton Susan G., widow of Solomon, house 27 Shepard 
Cottrell Simon G., apothecary, 288 Broadway, h. 84 Inman 
Couch John (Deny veil & Couch), furniture manuf., 346 

Main, house 84 Auburn 
Couch John R., confectionery, boards 84 Auburn 
Coughlan Jeremiah, laborer, house 24 Cowperthwait 
Coughlan Jeremiah, laborer, house Third, cor. Munroe 
Coughlan John, laborer, house rear 11 Sparks 
Coughlan Timothy, laborer, house 16 Webster avenue 
Coughlin Daniel, glassmaker, house 137 Elm 
Coughlin John, laborer, house 87 Harvard 
Coughlin John, laborer, house 55 North 
Coughlin Julia, widow of Patrick, house 11 Flagg 
Coughlin Michael, laborer, house 48 Winter 
Coughlin Michael, clerk, 89 Cambridge, bds. 27 Second 
Coughlin Timothy, laborer, house 181 Bridge 
Coughlin Timothy, laborer, house 2 Hastings 
Coulter, see Colter 

Counihan John, stonecutter, house 34 Charles 
Courtney Benjamin, butter dealer, house 41 Plymouth 
Courtney David, hostler Boston Ice Co., bds. at Boston 
Courtney Thomas, laborer, house 323 Cambridge 
Courtney Wm. J., brushmaker, 12 Gore, h. 145 Cambridge 

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Cousens Catherine H. Miss, confectionery, 78 Norfolk, 

boards B. A. Browne's, Antrim 
Coveney Jeremiah W., realestate, and insurance agent, 53 

Fourth, boards 3 Short 
Coveney John, laborer, house 68 Spring 
Coveney John, switchman L. R. R., h. 3 Linehan's block, 

Third 
Coveney John, laborer, house Harding, near Jefferson 
Coveney John W., undertaker, 193)^ Cambridge, house 

193 do. 
Coveney Margaret, widow of William, house 3 Short 
Coveny Daniel F., machinist, boards 68 Spring 
Cowan Bernard, building mover, house 63 Clark 
Cowan Thomas, building mover, house 20 Market 
Cowdin Angeline B., widow of Levi F., house 28 Holyoke 
Cowdin Putnam, drypressman, boards 28 Holyoke 
Cowed Edward, laborer, house 6 Short 
Cowen Dennis, ropemaker, house Belmont, near Cedar 
Cowen Robert, machinist, 174 Broadway, house 180 do. 
Cox Agnes M. Miss, teacher Gore primary school, boards 

176 Cambridge 
Cox Charles, painter, boards 21 Cottage 
Cox Charles P., patternmaker (B.),h. 36 Kinnaird 
Cox Edward, carpenter, house 83 Auburn 
Cox Francis A., inspector U. R Co., boards 102 Green 
Cox George, pi-inter Cambridge Press, h. 38 Market 
COX HENRY S., Cambridge Laundrv, Soden, house 

102 Green " [99 Hampshire 

COX JAMES, publisher Cambridge Press, 531£ Main,h. 
Cox James H., printer Cambridge Press, house 32 Amory 
Cox John, teamster Gas Works, house Potter, n. Third 
Cox Lavina C. Mrs., house 176 Cambridge 
COX LEONARD, proprietor Cambridge Laundry, Soden, 

house 102 Green 
Cox Owen, laborer, house 5 Grant 
Cox Roger, inspector Cambridge Gas Co., h. 19 Foster 
Cox Samuel, glasscutter, boards 171 Thorn dike 
Cox Thomas H., carpenter, house 140 Columbia 
Cox Thomas R., compositor Cambridge Press, boards 99 

Hampshire 
Cox William, laborer, house 112 Hampshire 
Cox William F., printer Cambridge Press, house 41 Pearl 
Coy Charles, machinist, house 41 Seventh 
Coy George H, engineer, house 2 Seventh 
Cove William J., furrier (130 Milk, B.), house 13 Mellen 
Coyle James, teamster, house Jefferson, near McCabe 
Coyle James Mrs., house rear 125 Third 

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Coyle Terrence, laborer, house 85 Bolton, near Blair pi. 

Crabb James, laborer, house rear 108 Trernont 

Crabbie Miller, house 9 Elm 

Crabbie Robert D., house 471 Main 

Craft William B., commission merchant (37 Commercial, 

B.), house 5 Bigelow 
Crafts Charles H., clerk, 534 Main, house 36 Auburn 
Cragin John, waiter, hou§e Jefferson, near Warren 
Craig Isaac, porter, house 22 Hastings 
Craig James, carpenter, boards 155 Brookline 
Craig Robert, bookbinder, house 14 Walnut court 
Craig Robert, jr., japaner D. S. Co., bds. 14 Walnut court 
Cram Angeline L. Mrs., boys' clothing, 8 Harvard square, 

boards 16 Holyoke 
Cram Charles E., bookkeeper, boards 83 Prospect 
Cram Chas. N., pianoforte actionmaker, h. Pleasant place 
Cram George W., surveyor general of lumber (23 Central, 

B.), house 83 Prospect 
Cranch Caroline A. Miss, artist, 15 Appian way, bds. do. 
Cranch Christopher P., artist, house 15 Appian way 
Crane John, boards 22 Essex 
Crane Michael, laborer, boards 159 Broadway 
Crane Michael, bricklayer, boards 114 Broadway 
Crane Sarah M., widow of Luther, house 10 Trowbridge 
Crane Thomas H., furniture finisher, bds. 48 Fairmont 
Crane William J., glass engraver N. E. Glass Co., boards 

28 Dunster ' 
Cranshaw Thomas D., reedmaker Mason & Hamlin 
Cratin Patrick, hostler U. R. Co., house 36 Harvard 
Crawford Charles, laborer, house 9 Camden place 
Crawford F. C, student H. U., rooms 28 Divinity Hall 
Crawford Hamilton, bookfinisher, house 51 Winsor 
Crawford James, plumber, 599>£ Main, bds. 11 Norfolk 
Crawford John, marbleworker, boards 9 Murdock place 
Crawford John (Levi Hawkes & Co.), plumber, 599>2 

Main, house 96 Allston 
Crawford Mary A., widow of George R., house 4 Story 
Crawford Robert, plumber, 599J^ Main, bds. 11 Norfolk 
Creamer Ann, widow, house 174 Winsor 
Creed Joseph, brassmolder, house 132 Spring 
Creedon James, laborer, house 161 Otis 
Creeron Nancy, widow of Edward, house 51 Vine 
Cremmins Catherine, widow, house rear 50 Amory 
Crepean Frank, cabinetmaker G. Woods &, Co., house 383 

Cambridge 
Cresey Henry, laborer, house 40 Hastings 

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116 CAMBRIDGE [(]] DIRECTORY. 

Cressy Franklin F., East Cambridge, Cambridgeport, and 

Boston Express, order boxes 37 Clark, 152 Harvard 

and 373 Main, house 7 Winsor 
Cresto John S., hairdresser (26 Green, B.), h. 77 Third 
Creswell Arthur, carpenter, house McCabe, n. Cambridge 
Creysler Joseph, artist, boards Hotel Cambridge 
Crimmins John, laborer, boards 186 Gore 
Critchelow Jackson, laborer, house 1 Norfolk court 
Crocker George W., proofreader University Press, house 

104 Inman 
Crocker Grace D. Miss, musicteacher, house 2 William 
Crocker John C, machinist, house 38 Erie 
Crocker John W., stuccoworker, Main, cor. Central sq., 

house 2 William 
Crocker Nehemiah D., mechanic, house 8 Putnam av. 
Crocker Sylvester, carpenter, boards 2 Cherry court 
Crocker Winifred, widow of Charles, house Bristol, near 

Hampshire 
Crockett George W., carpenter, house 26 Decatur 
Crockett Henry G., hostler, boards 197 Harvard 
Crockett John F., master mechanic B. L. &. 1ST. K. R., h. 

at Wilmington 
Croll James, house 28 River 

Cronan Bridget, widow of Patrick, house 8 North 
Cronan Daniel, laborer, house 252 Franklin 
Cronan David Mrs., grocer, 51 Washington, house do. 
Cronan James, laborer, house Jefferson, n. Warren 
Cronan James D., printer, boards 99 Western av. 
Cronan Jeremiah, plasterer, bds. 159 Broadway 
Cronan Jeremiah, teamster, house 93 Brookline 
Cronan John, laborer, house 4 Lechmere place 
Cronan John, machinist, bouse 12 Antrim 
Cronan Mary A., widow of Michael, h. 99 Western av. 
Cronan Timothy A., varnisher M. &.H. Organ Co., house 

Plymouth, n. Webster av. 
Cronin Cornelius, laborer, house 16 East 
Cronin Cornelius, currier, bds. T. Geary's, Rice 
Cronin Daniel, laborer, house 3 Lechmere place 
Cronin Dennis, shoemaker, 24 Brighton, bds. 3 Baldwin ct. 
Cronin Dennis, laborer, house 13 Sparks . 
Cronin John, currier, boards J. Sullivan's, Clifton 
Cronin John, currier, house 3 Baldwin court 
Cronin John M., buildingmover, house 9 Suffolk 
Cronin Mary, widow of Patrick, boards 262 Bridge 
Cronin Patrick, laborer, house 28 North 
Cronin Timothy, laborer, boards 7 Reed 
Cronin Timothy, painter, house 23 West 

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Crook George F., compositor J. Wilson & Son, house 13 

De Wolf court 
Crook Michael, stonecutter, house 154 Charles 
Crosby Austin R., clerk (Beverly, cor. Travers, B.), h. 

141 Pearl 
Crosby Charles, public carriage (B.), h. 56 Franklin 
Crosby Charles IL, boards 181 Harvard 
Crosby George, glasscutter N. E. Glass Co., h. 19 Fifth 
Crosby George E., organstop mnfr., 139 Broadway, h. at 

W. Medford [Oxford 

Crosby Frederick, produce (57 F. H. Market, B.), h. 128 
Crosby Lydia T., widow, house 181 Harvard 
Crosby Sylvester S., watchmaker (444 Wash., B.), house 

21 Sacramento [Bowdoin 

Crosby William, wines and liquors (102 Water, B.), h. 35 
Cross Albert W., expressdriver, bds. 4 Nichols pi. 
Cross Daniel, gardener, house 4 Pine 
Cross Joseph, cabinetmaker, house 63 Pleasant 
Cross Mary A., widow of William, house 4 Nichols place 
Crossman Albert P., organ action maker, house 28 Jay 
Crossman Charles B., machinist, boards 177 Harvard 
Crossman Charles T., machinist, boards 28 Jay 
Crossman Eliza D., widow, h. 28 Western av. 
Crossman Frederick D., boards 28 Jay 
Crossman John D., regulator Mason & Hamlin 
Crossman Nancy, widow of Lloyd, house 28 Jay 
Croswell Andrew Rev., house 19 Ash, n. Mt. Auburn 
Croswell James G., tutor in Greek H. U., rooms 7 Hollis 

Hall 
Crother William, stonecutter, boards 33 Cambridge 
Crothers Charles E., salesman, boards 87 Yine 
Crothers William J., tinpeddler, house 87 Vine 
Crow Johanna, widow of William, house 165 Dublin 
Crowdis Thomas Seymour, carpenter, house 52 Winter 
Crowell Arthur K., bookkeeper, 113 Broadway, house 46 

Prospect 
Crowell Thomas H., foreman Cambridge Gas Co., house 

39 Ash, south of Mt. Auburn 
Crowell Thomas Henry, machinist, boards 39 Ash 
Crowell Timothy, lumberdealer (144 State, B.), house 34 

Prospect 
Crowley Cornelius, gatetender B. L. & N. R. R., house r. 

70 Gore 
Crowley Daniel, laborer, house 15 Murdock 
Crowley David, roadhand B. L. & N. R. R., h. 7 East 
Crowley David, teamster, 71 Main, h. 87 Harvard 
Crowley Dennis, laborer, house 58 North 

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Crowley Dennis J., printer, house 2 South 

Crowley Ellen, widow, house rear 163 Bridge 

Crowley Ellen Miss, house 23 Gore 

Crowley Florence, laborer, boards 43 Charles 

Crowley James, laborer, boards 43 Charles 

Crowley Jeremiah, shoemaker, house r. 233 Franklin 

Crowley Jeremiah, laborer, h. McCabe, cor. Jefferson 

Crowley Jeremiah, laborer, h. Jackson, n. Spruce 

Crowley Johanna, widow, house 43 Charles 

Crowley John, laborer, house 93 Third 

Crowley John, glass worker, boards rear 18 Gore 

Crowley John, planer, house Vine, corner Sixth 

Crowley John J., teamster, house 43 Charles 

Crowley Kearan F., bookbinder Riverside, house 2 South 

Crowley Lawrence, laborer, house 4 North 

Crowley Mary, widow of Jeremiah, house 4 Short 

Crowley Michael, laborer, house 14 East 

Crowley Michael, laborer, house 10 Short 

Crowley Patrick, foreman pickle factory, bds. 34 Second 

Crowley Timothy, teamster Wm. Wyman, house rear 18 

Gore 
Crowley Wm. A., printer, house 51 Holyoke 
Crump William H. house 9 Plymouth 
Cuddy John, glasscutter, house 159 Columbia 
Culbertson Francis, law student H. U., rooms 62 Trow- 
bridge 
Culhan Edward, spring bedmaker, b. 7 Blanche, n. Front 
Culhane Daniel, laborer, house 67 Spruce 
Culhane Daniel, laborer, house 9 Willard court 
Culhane Daniel, laborer, boards 154 Green 
Culhane Daniel F., marble worker R. L. Sands, boards 9 

Willard court 
Culhane James, laborer, house 4 Flagg court 
Culhane John, plumber, boards 249 Franklin 
Culhane John, clerk (450 Wash., B), boards 15 Flagg 
Culhane John, laborer, boards 154 Green 
Culhane Mary, widow of John, house 249 Franklin 
Culhane Mary, widow of Thomas, house 41 Banks 
Culhane Michael, laborer, house 15 Flagg 
Culhane Michael, laborer, house 19 Bay 
Culhane Patrick, foreman Gas Works, house Flagg, near 

Putnam avenue 
Culhane Thomas, laborer, house 169 Norfolk 
Culleh Bridget, widow of Patrick, house 309 Cambridge 
Cullerton Frank, laborer, h. Willow pi., near Cambridge 
Cullerton James, laborer, house Willow place 
Cullerton John, laborer, house Willow place 

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Cullinane Mary, widow of Hugh, house 49 Reed 
Cullinane Richard, wood turner, boards 30 Front 
Cummings Abbie M., widow of Henry, house 41 Hamilton 
Camrnings Charles H., flour dealer (44 Commercial, B.), 

house 714 Main 
Cummings Charles H., charcoal teamster, 103 Bridge (56 

Chardon, B.), boards at Boston 
Cummings Charles P., printer, house 154 Green 
Cummings Daniel P. (Chaffee & Cummings), charcoal and 

lime, Bridge, junction Cambridge, house 82 Otis 
Cummings James A., boxmaker, house 44 Winsor 
Cummings John, laborer, house 39 Cowperthwait 
Cummings John O., student Divinity school, rooms 19 

Divinity Hall 
Cummings, Kenney & Co. (Nathaniel Cummings, John 

Kenney and Robert W. McNinch), hardwood lumber, 

Bridge, opposite Prison Point Bridge 
Cummings Nathaniel (Cummings, Kenney & Co.), lumber, 

Bridge, opposite Prison Point bridge, house at Boston 
Cummings Patrick, gardener J. C. Wellington, boards do. 
Cumming Thomas, marble cutter (B.), house 44 Bolton 
Cummiskey Michael, boots and shoes (Chardon, corner 

Merrimac, B.), house 178 Cambridge 
Cunio Anthony, restaurant (19 School, B.), h. 16 Pleasant 
Cunningham Ellen, widow of James, house 145 Franklin 
Cunningham George, printer University Press, house at 

Somerville 
Cunningham James, driver, boards 213 Cambridge 
Cunningham James, turner, 113 Broadway, and (Sime & 

Cunningham), grocer, 122 Columbia, house 45 Union 
Cunningham John A., pressman J. Wilson & Son,bds. 145 

Franklin [Fifth 

Cunningham Maggie Miss, clerk, 115 Cambridge, boards 
Cunningham Patrick, laborer, house 77 Concord avenue 
Cunningham Philip, laborer, house rear 53 Vine 
Cunningham Robert, sawyer, house 1 Dickinson 
Curley John, printer Riverside, house 189 Franklin 
Curley Martin, laborer, house 24 Donnell 
Curley Patrick, teamster, boards 24 Donnell 
Curran James H., laborer, boards 11 Eliot 
Curran Jeremiah F., boot and shoedealer, 155 Cambridge, 

house 155^ do 
Curran John F., pressman, house 12 Charles River 
Curran Peter, cooper, house 305 Cambridge 
Curran Philip Mrs., widow, house 11 Eliot 
Currie James, cabinetmaker, boards 4 Holly 
Currier Arthur T., bookbinder (B.), house 161 Main 

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Currier Lydia W., widow f Thos. C, bds. 7 Fifth 
Currier Michael F., steamfitter F. A. Kennedy, house 103 

Brookline 
Currier William E., clerk, boards 28 Pearl 
Currier William P., earbuilder (Charlestown), h. 28 Pearl 
Curtin Edward, teamster, house 5 Linehan's blk., Third 
Curtin James, laborer, house 11 Willard 
Curtin James, laborer, house 7 Mullin's court 
Curtin John H., grocer, 106 Spruce, house do. [Belmont 
Curtin Patrick, gardener Mt. Auburn conservatory, h. at 
Curtin Thomas, laborer, house 53 Reed 
Curtin William, laborer, house 75 Spruce 
Curtis Albert YV\, mason, 213 North avenue, h. Avon Hill 
Curtis Annie F. a widow of Thomas F., h. 22 Inman 
Curtis Benjamin F., hostler, 180 Main 
Curtis Charles, carpenter, house Groveland, near Spruce 
Curtis Caroline W. Mrs., dress and cloak maker, house 23 

River 
Curtis Frank, student H. II., rooms 54 Brattle 
Curtis Frank F., organtuner, house 126 Gore 
Curtis Hannah, widow of Thomas, house 126 Gore 
Curtis Horace S., painter, house 23 River 
Curtis John B., glassmaker N. E. Glass Co., h. 21 Fifth 
Curtis Moses P., carpenter, boards 95 Green 
Curtis Nelson W., teamster, house 1 Pioneer avenue 
Curtis Rest F., teacher, house 22 Inman 
Curtis Walter H., clerk (99 State, B.), bds. 23 River 
Cushing Christopher Rev., sec. (American Congregational 

Union, 20 Congregational House, B.), h. 6 Ellery 
Cushing Jarvis, earbuilder B. & L. R. R. shop, house at 

Somerville 
Cushing Levi L., house 25 Rice [Rice 

Cushing Levi L., jr., city assessor, office, City Hall, h. 25 
Cushing L. F. Sydney, printer, rooms 58 Mt. Auburn 
Cushing William, clergyman, house 70 Antrim 
Cushman Charles, house 801 Main 
Cushman Elkanah A., real estate agent (565 Tremont, 

B.), house 86.2 Main 
Cushman George W., clerk (9 Court, B.), bds. 862 Main 
Cushman Mary Miss, house 50 Holyoke 
Cushman Mial, flyfinisher Mason & Hamlin 
Cushman Moses E., real estate agent, h. 339 Broadway 
Cutchey Henry, hostler Win. Dailey tfe Son, house 34 

Cambridge 
Cutler Charles, engineer A. H. Hewes & Co., house North 

avenue, opposite Cedar [Mellen 

Cutler Charles H., lettercarrier Cambridge P. O., bds. 26 

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Cutler Curtis Mrs., house 14 Kirkland place [tre 

Cutler Eliza J., teacher Felton primary school, bds. 6 Cen- 

Cutler George H., carpenter, house 26 Mellen 

Cutler Isaac, carpenter, house 7 Sumner 

Cutler James E., commission merchant (3 Commercial, 

B.), house 6 Centre 
Cutler James G., druggist (Charlestown), h. 164 Dublin 
Cutler Joseph, attorney (47 Court, B.), h. 723 Cambridge 
Cutler Sarah L., teacher Felton primary school, boards 6 

Centre 
Cutler William P., bookkeeper (20 High, B.), h. 8 Rice 
Cutter Abel, house 273 Harvard 
Cutter Asa S., painter, house 166 North avenue 
Cutter Charles A., librarian Boston Athenaeum (Beacon, 

B.), house 51 Oxford 
Cutter Cyrus, fireman L. R. R., bds. 13 Leighton's court 
Cutter Ellis, action maker Mason & Hamlin 
Cutter Ephraim, physician, 10 Roseland, house do. (and 

13 Temple, B.) 
Cutter Eugene H., pianoforte worker, house 22 Cherry 
Cutter Ebenezer P., hatter (14 Dock sq., B.), h. 23 Essex 
Cutter Frank L., hairdresser, 3 Essex, h. rear 141 Franklin 
Cutter George, ice tool maker, 168 North avenue, house 

Summer, corner Cutler avenue, Somerville 
Cutter James H. (James H. Cutter & Co.), icetool manu- 
facturer, 168 North av., house 164 do. 
Cutter James H. & Co. (James H. Cutter), icetool manu- 
facturers, 168 North av., near Porter's Hotel 
Cutter James M., stationery (117 Devonshire, B.), house 

55 Hancock 
Cutter Leander, varnisher (Allston), house 22 Cherry 
Cutter Louisa, widow of Abel, boards 273 Harvard 
Cutter Marshall N. Mrs., house Foxcroft, n. Avon Hill 
Cutter Olin W., architect (40 Water, B), boards Mrs. M. 

N. Cutter's, Foxcroft 
Cutter Peter, hats, etc. (32 Washington, B.), h. 50 River 
Cutter Susan, widow of Asa, house 166 North avenue 
Cutter Warren, trader, h. Davenport, foot of Orchard 
Cutter Watson G., real estate (5 Tremont, B.), house 35 

Linnaean 
Cutter William H., driver, 517 Main, boards 22 Cherry 
Cutting Andrew, clerk (48 State, B.), house 23 Warland 
Cutting George M., conductor IT. R. Co., bds. 1 Lamson's 
block, Essex [Warland 

Cutting Gilbert, pianotuner (20 Tremont, B.), house 23 
Cutting Gilbert E., pianotuner (569 Wash., B.), house 23 
Warland 

C. H. BILLINGS, 4 «8fflHB8£ t ' COLLEGE TAILOR. 



122 CAMBEIDGE [])] DIRECTOKY. 

Cutting Henry, molder, house 4 Brooks 

Cutting Marshall J., provisions, 281 Broadway, h. Auburn 

Cutting Southmith B., boxmaker, house 7 Union 

Cyr Edward, teamster, house 18 Donnell 

DABNEY S. H. MRS., widow of J. P., house 6 Ash 
Dacie William, laborer, house 12 Short 
Dacy John, cabinetmaker, h. Hampshire, cor. Webster av. 
Dacy Patrick J., salesman (30 Winter, B.), house 6 Fifth 
Dadrnun Charles R., lumber surveyor, house 93 Auburn 
Dady Kate, widow of Jerry, house 39 Cowperthwait 
Dady Mary, widow, house Willow place [ville 

Dagen William, engineer Theo. Downings, h. at Somer- 
Daggett Fred. F. t clerk (615 Wash., B.), boards 51 Essex 
Daggett Freeman L. Mrs., house 51 Essex 
Dailey Charles W. (William Dailey & Son), 43 Cam- 
bridge, house 109 Otis 
Dailey James S., policeman, station 2, house 6 Daye ct. 
Dailey Mary A., widow of John, boards 15 Winter 
Dailey William (William Dailey & Son), hack and board- 
ing stable, 43 Cambridge, house 58 Sixth 
Dailey William & Son (William and Charles W. Dailey), 

hack, boarding and livery stable, 43 Cambridge 
Daily Alice L., teacher (Everett), boards 77 Thornkike 
Daily Clarence E., house 77 Thorndike [Third 

Daily Hannah J., widow of Michael, h. Charles, east of 
Daily James J., oilhatmaker, house rear 112 Spring 
Daily Owen, laborer, house 27 Charles 
Daily Uriah J., house 77 Thorndike 
Daily Thos., teamster, boards 27 Charles 
Daily William R., salesman (B.), bds. Charles, east of Third 
Daisy Edward J., woodworker G. Woods & Co., house at 

Boston 
Dakin Arthur, armorer Boylston Hall (645 Washington, 

B.), house 134 Harvard 
Dale Edward B., fishpeddler, boards 64 Gore 
Dale George, watchman Revere Sugar Refinery, Water, 

house 64 Gore 
Dale George H., lastmaker, house 5 Plymouth 
Dale Lorenzo H., driver hose No. 3, house 94 Gore 
Dale Thomas J., fishmarket, 124 and 164 Cambridge, h. 

59 Winter 
Dale William W., silverplater (Sudbury, B.), bds. 64 Gore 
Daley Charles, icedealer, house Willow place, near Somer- 

ville line 
Daley Dennis, laborer, house 358 Broadway 
Daley Dennis, laborer, boards 194 Dublin 

\S J ^ w-k /-i ►■» ' n O r» 4 o and Bonnets made to order, in the best manner. 
WOlliGn S llalS J. B. CROMACK, No. 26 Temple Place, Boston. 



CAMBRIDGE [])] DIRECTORY. 123 

Daley Dennis, laborer, house 456 Cambridge 

Daley James H., bricklayer, house Cambridge, opp. Dis- 

tillhouse 
Daley John, brickmason, house 65 Spruce 
Daley John, bookbinder, house 18 Putnam avenue 
Daley John, ironmolder, house 43 Vine 
Daley John, laborer, house 105 Kinnaird 
Daley John, tinsmith, house Andrew, near Fairmont 
Daley John J., laborer, house 59 Pearl 
Daley Michael, laborer, house 24 Hancock 
Daley Michael J., teamster, house 59 Pearl 
Daley Patrick, laborer, house 194 Dublin 
Daley William, cooper, boards 27 Sidney 
Daley William, laborer, house Jefferson, near Harding 
Dallinger Charles, hatter, house 97 Western avenue 
Dal linger Elizabeth E., teacher Bridge primary school, 

boards 750 Main 
Dallinger Emily C. Miss, teacher Bridge primary school, 

boards 97 Western avenue 
Dallinger Frank W., bookkeeper (12 South Market, B.), 

house 91 Inman 
Dallinger William, variety, 155 Harvard, house 91 Inman 
Dallinger William W. (13 High, B.), house 29 Lee 
Dalton Abbie W., widow of John R., h. 26 Coggswell av. 
Dalton Christopher, laborer, house 10 Fifth 
Dalton Elizabeth, widow of Thomas, house 47 Gore 
Dalton James, house 23 Decatur [Squire's court 

Dalton James F., carpenter J. P. Squire & Co., house 17 
Dalton John, house 21 Hamilton 
Dalton John C, slater, basement 622 Main 
Dalton Mary, widow of Daniel, house 101 Fourth 
Dalton Mary E., widow of Charles J., h. 211 Harvard 
Dalton Michael A., police, station 2, h. 57 Fairmont 
Dalton Richard, laborer, house 48 Foster 
Dalton Thomas J., coppersmith helper (Pitts, B.\ boards 

47 Gore 
Daly Cornelius, gardener, house 21 Hancock 
Daly Daniel, 2d, hackdriver, h. Ninth, cor. Otis 
Daly James, laborer, house 79 Hastings 
Daly James, policeman, house 86 Austin 
Daly James J., action maker Mason & Hamlin 
Daly Joseph, clerk, 226 Harvard, boards 13 DeWolf ct. 
Daly Michael, boots and shoes, 413 Cambridge, house do. 
Daly Michael, laborer, house 4 Fourth 
Daly Michael, jr., clerk (B.), bds. over 413 Cambridge 
Daly Philip (Wilkinson & Daly), grocer, 426 Harvard, 

boards 13 DeWolf court 

DRESS SUITS, "SJ25KS£- 0. R BILLINGS. 



124 CAMBRIDGE [])] DIRECTOEY. 

Dalzell J. W., student H. U., rooms 40 Divinity Hall 
Dame Augustus, carpenter, 74 Brighton, bds. at Boston 
Dame Elizabeth, widow of Samuel, house 10 Rogers blk., 

Main 
Damon Emily F., teacher Harvard Grammar school, room 

8, bds. 106 Inman 
Damon Joel, house 36 Essex 
Damon Warren, carpenter, house 108 Norfolk 
Damon William F., house 4 Rogers block, Main 
Damon William N., house 4 Rogers block, Main 
Dana Charles G., artist, boards 3 Fayerweather 
Dana Daniel, laborer, house 63 Hampshire 
Dana Edward, gardener, house 55 Amory 
Dana Hill Club Stable, Main, c. Inman, W. Christie, supt. 
Dana James F. Mrs., house 38 North avenue 
DANA JOHN B., pres. Cambridge Savings Bank, 2 Har- 
vard row, h. 3 Fayerweather 
Dana Library, Union Hall building, Temple, cor. Main, 

Miss Almira L. Hay ward, librarian 
Dana Thomas, grocer (9 and 11 Commercial, B.), house 

Cambridge, cor. Maple av. 
Danahy Daniel P., painter Henderson Bros., boards 15 

Sargent 
Danahy John, clerk, 610 Main, house 59 Pearl 
Danahy Michael, boards 5 Pioneer place 
Danahy Timothy, tailor, house 15 Sargent 
Danahy Timothy, jr., bookkeeper, bds. 15 Sargent 
Dane George W., piano casemaker, house 50 Columbia 
Danford Andrew J., machinist, boards 9 Second 
Danforth Allen, bursar H. U., rooms 7 Wadsworth House 
Danforth B. Otis, inspector Cambridge Gas Co., house 

432 Harvard [bds. 97 Austin 

DANFORTH CHARLES H., photographer, Central sq., 
Danforth Cyrus, dry goods dealer (B.), house 9 Linden 
Danforth C. P. Mrs., widow of Otis, house 9 Linden 
Danforth Edmund C, clerk, 607 Main, bds. 144 Austin 
Danforth George O., painter, 17 Brattle sq., h. 35 Ash 
Danforth Henry L., boards 92 Prospect 
Danforth Hollis, furniture express, h. 92 Prospect 
Danforth Isaac W., hardware (48 India, B.), h. 25 Craigie 
Danforth James L., lettercarrier Cambridge P, O., boards 

35 Ash 
Daniels Arthur W., clerk, 6 Brattle, bds. 5 Daniels court 
Daniels Charles E., machinist, house 49>£ Clark 
Daniels Daniel, cigarmaker, house 2 Brooks 
Daniels Edwin A., machinist (121 Eliot, B.), house 210 

Cambridge 

-fc-sz* LIBRARY CASES, MANTEL MIRRORS, AND DICD PI AQQCQ 
JP^At Bancroft ABoyden's, 180 Tremont St. rlLn ULMOOLO, 



CAMBEIDGE [])] DIRECTORY. 125 

Daniels Julius, compositor, house 79 Pleasant 
Daniels Leonard L., 30 Brighton, house 5 Daniels court 
Daniels Susan C, widow of Leonard, h. 7 Daniels court 
Danielson Gustaf, carriage maker (245 Charles, B.), house 

132 Washington 
Danielson Leslie, boards 1 Garden 
Danielson Mary, widow, house 1 Garden 
Danridge James H., hostler, house 22 Charles River 
Darcy Michael, laborer, house 6 Hayes court 
Darcy Patrick, bookbinder Riverside, h. 6 Hayes court 
Darden John, waiter Memorial Hall, rooms Holmes pi. 
Dardis John F., cabinetmaker, house 169 Norfolk 
Dardis John, gardener, house 47 Banks 
Dardis Thomas, varnishpolisher (B.), house 9 Fifth 
Darling Charles S., bookkeeper Burrage Brothers, boards 

112 Main 
Darling John, laborer, house rear 175 Bridge 
Darling William, whipmaker, 112 Main, house do. 
Datt Lewis, bookbinder, boards 80 Fifth 
Datt Susan Mrs., house 80 Fifth 
Dauphin Joel, currier, h. North avenue, opp. Cedar 
Dauwald William, boot and shoe repairer, Hampshire, c. 

Inman, h. at Somerville 
Davenport Jerome J., carpenter, house 117 Spring 
Davenport Mary A., widow of John, house 255 North av. 
Davey Annie W. Mrs., house 8 Elmer 
David Thomas, laborer, house 305 Cambridge 
Davidson Charles, machinist, 72 Main, h. 17 Franklin 
Davidson James, gasfitter, 651 Main, bds. 32 Western av. 
Davidson Joseph H., engineer, 503 Main, bds. 507 do. 
Davidson Phoebe, widow of Charles, bds. 44 Shepard 
Davidson Thomas, private tutor, house Langdon 
Davies Benjamin F., carpenter and builder, Gore, near 

Sixth, house 137 Thorndike 
Davies Edward F., bookkeeper (High, cor. Oliver, B.), 

boards 130 Thorndike 
Davies Frank H., pianoforte-tuner, boards 72 Spring 
Davies George H., eclectic physician, house 72 Spring 
Davies Philip, city missionary (102 Commercial, B.), h. 

Howard, cor. Western avenue 
Davies Richard J., carpenter, boards 26 Howard 
Davies William B., bookkeeper (24 Merchants row, B.), 

house 130 Thorndike 
Davin Mary, widow of Michael, h. Bell court, n. Allston 
Davis Abner F., cooper, house 19 Squire's court 
Davis Alanson D., teamster, 17 East, house 10 do. 
Davis Ambrose, boxmaker, boards 41 Winsor 

PERFECT FITS ^o^Z^f,'' CAMBRIDGE. 



126 CAMBRIDGE [])] DIRECTORY. 

Davis Augustus A., officer House of Correction, b. jailer's 
Davis Benjamin, carpenter, house 15 Leighton court 
Davis Charles expressman, boards 1 Second street court 
Davis Charles, marblecutter J. McNamee, house 261 

Mount Auburn [at Boston 

Davis Charles, graniteworker and dealer, 81 Main, house 
Davis Charles, jigsawyer, house 27 Fourth 
Davis Charles, cabinetmaker, house rear 152 Prospect 
Davis Charles A., organmaker M. & H. Organ Co., house 

52 Hamilton 
Davis Charles S., clerk, 609 Main, boards 144 Austin 
Davis Curtis (Curtis Davis & Co.), soap mnfr., 188, 190, 

192, and 194 Broadway, house 13 Bigelow 
Davis Curtis & Co. (Curtis Davis and James Mellen, jr.), 

soap manufacturers, 188 Broadway, and (21 Mer- 
chants' row, B.) 
Davis Daniel W., soapmaker, rooms 30 Sidney 
Davis Edward, telegraphic machinist, h. 10 Putnam av. 
Davis Edward A. (Ryder & Davis), grocer, 126 Inman, 

house 16 Tremont 
Davis Eliphalet, house 51 Cherry 
Davis Eliphalet F., clerk, 417 Main, house 51 Cherry 
Davis Frank, teamster, house 4 Winsor 
Davis Frank C, at (Boston P. O.), bds. 894 Main 
Davis George, engineer and surveyor, City Engineer's 

office, City Hall, boards 37 Pleasant 
Davis George A. (Davis & Ray), grocer, Cambridge, cor. 

Seventh, house 152 Cambridge 
Davis Henry G., pressman Riverside, house 63 'Pearl 
Davis Hervey (Davis & Bates), grain dealer, 550 Main, h. 

5 Inman 
Davis Horatio, organtuner, house 78 Otis 
Davis Isaac K., painter, house 114 Pearl 
Davis James C. (James C. Davis & Son), soap mnfr., 204 

Broadway, house 326 Broadway 
Davis James C. & Son (James C. and James H. Davis), 

soap mnfrs., 204, 206, and 208 Broadway 
Davis James H. (James C. Davis & Son), h. 74 Inman 
Davis James T., wines, etc. (27 North Market, B.), house 

23 Columbia 
Davis John, cabinetmaker, boards 9 Lopez 
Davis John, needle mnfr. (96 High, B.), house Shawmut 

avenue, corner Arlington [Wendell 

Davis John, ship stores (204 Commercial, B.), house 7 
Davis John E., ship stores (204 Commercial, B.), boards 

7 Wendell [house 98 Norfolk 

Davis John M. (Mason Davis & Son), soap manufacturer, 

jl CROMACK, VE Vo"^UlY E ^f A ^r' BOSTON. 



CAMBRIDGE [])] DIRECTORY. 127 

Davis John W., commission merchant (5 Central wharf. 

B.), h. 794 Main 
Davis Martin V., teamster, boards rear 111 Cambridge 
Davis Mason (Mason Davis & Son), soap mnfr., Lincoln 

court, house 122 Norfolk 
Davis Mason & Son (Mason and John M. Davis), soap 

manufacturers, Lincoln court 
Davis Patrick, peddler, house 1 Conlon's court 
Davis Peter R., hostler, house 192 Green 
Davis Robert, painter, house 52 Spruce 
Davis Samuel C, slate helper, boards 21 Banks 
Davis Samuel M., grain broker (10-4 State, B.), house 135 

Oxford [at Boston 

Davis Sarah J. Miss, teacher Gannett primary school, h. 
Davis Stephen F., printer, house 9 Lawrence 
Davis Stephen G., cashier (Shawmut National Bank, 60 

Congress, B.), house 751 Main 
Davis Sylvander, weigher Boynton Packing Co., h. 107 

Tremont 
Davis Thomas G., foreman carpenter B. L. & N. R. R., h. 

at Woburn Centre [71 School 

Davis Thomas M., fancy soap manufacturer, 417 Main, h. 
Davis William, painter, house 11 Roger's block 
Davis William, brassfinisher, rooms 20 Harvard 
Davis William (Davis & Putnam), crockery and glass- 
ware, 635 Main, house 144 Austin 
Davis William, shipcarpenter, house 98 River 
Davis William B., silverplater (24 Sudbury, B.), house 

77 Fifth 
Davis William H., clerk, 417 Main, boards 51 Cherry 
Davis William P., carpenter, house 82 Fifth 
DAYIS & BATES (Hervey Davis and Erastus C. 

Bates), grain dealers, 550 Main 
Davis & Putnam (William Davis and John F. Putnam), 

crockery and glassware, 635 Main 
Davis & Ray (Geo. A. Davis and Benj. P. Ray), grocers, 

206 Cambridge, corner Seventh 
Davlin James F. (James F. Davlin & Co.), plumber, 187 

Cambridge, house 162 do. 
Davlin James F. & Co. (James F. and Michael F. Davlin), 

plumbers and gasfitters, 187 Cambridge 
Davlin Michael F. (Jas. F. Davlin & Co.;, plumber and 

gasfitter, 187 Cambridge, house rear 40 Gore 
Davron Mary E., widow of Michael, house Bell court 
Davron Michael J., engineer, house Bell court 
Davy William H., boat builder, boards 19 Flagg 
Dawes Albert A., machinist, boards 1 Second st. court 

IMPORTED GOODS, AT «SK*S£P S '' 430 Harvard St. 



128 CAMBEIDGE [])] DIRECTORY. 

Dawes Chalmer S., ship broker (171 Commercial, B.), h 

231 North avenue 
Dawes James, hardware (Watertown), h. 13 Tufts 
Dawes Judson A., paver, house 13 Tufts 
Dawkins Imanuel, hostler U. R. Co., h. 104 Harvard 
Dawson A. D., waiter Memorial Hall, rooms Holmes pi. 
Dawson George, shoddy maker, h. Jackson, n. Spruce 
Dawson William, laborer, house 210 Franklin 
Day Arthur C, boxmaker, house 223 Broadway- 
Day Charles B., teamster Gale & Wood, 69 Main, house 

149 do. 
DAY, COLLINS & CO. (Marcellus Day, William M. 

Collins and Frederick B. Day), manufacturers drain 

and sewer pipe, 132 Main, office 40 Bromfield, Boston 
Day Frederick B. (Day, Collins & Co.), drain pipe ranfr., 

132 Main, house at Boston 
Day George, watchman Charles H. North & Co. (Somer- 

ville, house rear 186 Cambridge 
Day George A., blacksmith, boards 76 Cambridge 
Day John, laborer, house 1263^ Green 
Day John M.. stonemason, house 23 Sparks street place 
Day John Thomas, gardener, house 126>£ Green 
Day John W., reporter (Banner of Light, B.), boards 31 

Cambridge 
Day Marcellus (Day, Collins & Co.), drain pipe manufac- 
turer, 132 Main, house at Boston 
Day Ralph, house 7 Day 

Day Richard, waiter H. IT., boards 7 Hancock 
Day Richard T., glass blower, house rear 177 Bridge 
Day Stephen, blacksmith, 46 Cambridge, house 76 do. 
Day Stephen E., policeman, house 86 Fourth 
Day William, glass blower, boards rear 177 Bridge 
Days Catano, cooper, house 123 Spring 
Days John, furniture polisher, house 123 Spring 
Dayton Goodrich M., dining rooms (23 Avon, B.), h. 95 

Magazine, near Hamilton 
Deabois Alfred, laborer, boards 10 Davis 
Deabois Charles, laborer, boards 10 Davis 
Dean Bridget, widow of John, house 329 Main 
Dean Charles W., boards 62 Sidney 

Dean Daniel H, bookkeeper, 9 Harvard sq., h. 27 Mellen 
Dean Elisha L., clerk (8 Somerset, B.), h. 55 River 
Dean Edmund, driver U. R. Co., house 51 Holyoke 
Dean Edwin G., fancy painter, boards 62 Sidney 
Dean Francis W., tutor in surveying and drawing, H. IT., 

rooms 727 Cambridge 
Dean Harriet C, widow of Myron M., h. 58 Trowbridge 

DRAPERY 1 i% p fe T rsi?^ ,n B re . 8 e ,°. r „ d : BANCROFT & BOYDEN. 



CAMBRIDGE [])] DIRECTORY. 129 

Dean Henry P., laborer, house 329 Main 

Dean Jos. F., coal (53 Kilby, B.),.h. 58 Trowbridge 

Dean Robert, laborer, house Clifton 

Dean Timothy G., at Mason & Hamlin's, h. 62 Sidney 

Deane Charles, house 80 Sparks [Sparks 

Deane George C, clerk (9 Merchants Ex., B.), boards 80 

Deane Ruthven, clerk (75 State, B.), bds. 80 Sparks 

Dearborn Axel W., woodturner, boards Ross House 

Dearborn George W., clerk, 46 Gore, house 94 Otis 

DeCorcey John, laborer, house 4 Short 

DeCorte Augustus, case maker M. & H. Organ Co., h. 

130 Harvard 
DeCost William, painter, house 3 Appian way 
DeCourcy Patrick H., clerk, Skillings & Whitney Bros. 

Prison Point, boards 14 East 
Dedrick Frederick, britanniaworker, h. 21 Seventh 
Dedrick Thomas F., brassmolder, boards 21 Seventh 
Dedronde John D., cabinetmaker, house 22 Eighth 
Dee Bridget, widow of James, house 17 Wyeth 
Dee Patrick, provision dealer, 18 Sparks, house do. 
Dee Patrick J., coachman, 80 North avenue, bds. do. 
Dee Patrick J., conductor U. R. Co., rooms 5 South 
Deehan John W., teamster, boards 48 Broadway 
Deehan Michael, laborer, house 139 Elm 
Deehan Thomas, teamster, house 48 Broadway 
Deehan Thomas, blacksmith, house 104 Main 
Deely James, baker, house 9 Eighth 
Deer David H., hostler, house rear 15 Baldwin 
Deer James N. (Wilson & Deer), painter, 436 Main, h. 

7 Creek 
Deering Dexter R., captain Protective Insurance Brigade 

(Franklin, cor. Hamilton, B.), house Corliss place 
Deering Henry F., cabinetmaker, boards 79 Gore 
Deering Julia, widow of Henry, house 79 Gore 
Deering Robert S., cabinetmaker, boards 79 Gore 
Deering William, laborer, house Warren, n. Porter 
Degan Henry, tailor, house 210 Cambridge 
Degnan Thomas, laborer, house 67 Airiory 
Dellaas Cornelius, carpenter, house rear 37 Washington 
Deiselmann Henry, watchman F. Fischer, h. 27 Harvey 
Deiselmann John, currier, house 25 Harvey 
Deitz George, tinman, boards 36 Fairmont 
Delaney Jeremiah, mason, boards 17 Bolton 
Delaney John, brickmason, boards 48 Montgomery 
Delaney John, laborer, h. Lechmere blk., 132 Bridge 
Delaney John, laborer, house 17 Bolton 
Delaney John, laborer, house rear 27 Gore 

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130 CAMBRIDGE [])] DIRECTORY. 

Delaney Julia, widow of Martin, house 3 Sargent 
Delaney Richard, laborer, house 19 Bolton 
Delaney Roger, laborer, house rear 25 Webster avenue 
Delaney Thomas, expressman J. C. Bancroft, boards 

Porter's Hotel 
Delano Albert O., lawyer, 545 Main, h. 15 Prospect 
Delano Eva S. Mrs. (E. Lovejoy & Co.), milliner and mil- 
linery goods, 545 Main 
Delano Henry C, clerk (686 Wash., B.), bds. 9 Chester 
Delano Henry T., shipwright (B.), house 9 Chester 
Delano Jeptha Mrs., boards 11 Kinnaird 
Delano John, carpenter, 74 Brighton, house 8 Brewer 
Delano Maria C. Mrs., house 12 Lowell [Chester 

Delano Willard D., bookkeeper (106 High, B.), boards 9 
Delany Edmond H., mason, house 426 Cambridge 
Delany Patrick, mason, house rear 123 Elm 
Delany Patrick, laborer, house 48 Montgomery 
Delaporte Augustus H., carver, house 114 Spring 
Delmor Peter, woodturner, boards 73 Gore 
Delohery Jeremiah, baker, boards 170 Franklin 
Delorey Victoria, widow of John, house 49 Cedar 
Demain William C. (299 Wash., B.), house 203 Harvard 
Deming Horace E., proctor H. U., rooms 29 Thayer Hall 
Dempsey Bridget Mrs., house 74 Bolton 
Dempsey James E., glasseutter, house 105 Elm 
Dempsey John W., gardener, boards 74 Bolton 
Dempsey Lawrence, laborer, house Bell court, n. Allston 
Dempsey Michael, laborer, house 34 Cambridge 
Dempsey Patrick, laborer, house 325 Cambridge 
Dempsev Thomas, laborer, house 37 Charles 
DEMUTH WILLIAM A., glassblower, 6 Essex, h. do. 
Denean William, teamster, house 16 Front 
Denegre Walter, student H. U., rooms 112 Mt. Auburn 
Denison Arthur E., lawyer (31 Pemberton square, B.), 

boards 1 Pleasant 
Denee John, coachdriver, boards 108 Cambridge 
Denken Cornelius, bricklayer, house 37 Washington 
Denneen William, laborer, house 152 Bridge 
Dennehy Michael P., bartender, 169 Bridge, boards do. 
Dennett Lora D., student scientific school, rooms 33 Col- 
lege House 
Denney Timothy, house rear 55 Amory 
Dennis Fannie E. M., teacher Wyman primary school, 

boards at Somerville 
Dennis Frank C, clerk, 624 Main, boards 125 Austin 
Dennis James, laborer, house 86 Webster avenue 
Dennis John, polisher, boards 76 Elm • 

Velvets, Laces $ Ribbons, J - 2 /. SraSSSaSr*- 



CAMBRIDGE [D] DIRECTORY. 131 

Dennis Letitia M., teacher Wytnan primary school, bds. 

at Somerville 
Dennis Mary, widow, house 76 Elm 
Dennis William, jobber, house 51 Hastings 
Dennis William, laborer, house 50 Spring 
Dennis William W., commission merchant (4 Quincy 

Hall, B.), house 295 Broadway 
Dennison'Franklin, carpenter, boards 122 Otis 
Dennison Hosea B., architect, house 67 Inman 
Dennison James, carpenter, 167 Otis, house 122 do. 
Dennison James E., carpenter, house 165 Otis 
Dennison Miner, carpenter, boards 122 Otis 
Dennison Otis, policeman, house 128 Spring 
Denny Daniel, laborer, house 150 Green 
Denny John, hostler, 120 Green, boards 150 Green 
Denny Michael J., teamster, 69 Main, house Deacon 
DeNoyer Joseph J., apothecary, 265 Cambridge, h. do. 
Denton Gabriel W. Col., house 14 Craigie [Craigie 

Denton Huntington, student Scientific school, boards 14 
Denton Jefferson, boards 2 Lawrence 
Denvir William E., hack driver, house 56 Winter 
Denyan Leon, varnisher W. L. Lockhart, boards 141 

Cambridge [84 Auburn 

Denyven David (Denyven & Couch), furniture mnfr., b. 
Denyven & Couch (David Denyven and John Couch), 

furniture mnfrs., 346 and 348 Main 
DeQuedville Fannie Mrs., dressmaker, h. 39 Garden 
Derby George H., stationary washstands (28 Beverly, B.), 

house 63 School 
Derby John L., carpenter and builder, h. 20 Western av. 
DeRosay Lewis E., brickinaker, h. Oxford, cor. Beacon 
Dervin Bridget, widow, house 64 Harvard 
DeSage William H., tinman, house 54 Fairmont 
DeSand Fritz, laborer, house rear 202 Bridge 
Desmond Donald, laborer, boards 74 Spruce 
Desmond Hannah, widow of William, house 74 Spruce 
Desmond John, house Montgomery, near Spruce 
Desmond John, laborer, house 11 Short 
Desmond Kate, widow, house 11 Short 
Desmond Mary, widow, house Elm, near Cambridge 
Desmond Patrick, laborer, house rear 3 Short 
Desmond Peter, baker, house 94 Spring 
Desmond Timothy, laborer, house 269 Cambridge 
Deuschle Christian F., marbleworker and boardino-house, 

57 Gore 
Deuschle Louis, varnisher, boards 65 Gore [Fourth 

Deuxans William, cabinetmaker at Geldowsky's, house 32 

NOBBY STYLES at Billings', ^JSSSASST- 



132 CAMBRIDGE [])] DIRECTORY. 

Devane Dennis, carriagemaker, bds. J. Devane's, Belmont 
Devane John, laborer, house Belmont, near North avenue 
DeVane Patrick, currier, house rear 372 North avenue 
Deveney John, teamster, boards 24 Donnell 
Devens Arthur L. Mrs., house 45 Oxford 
Devens A. Lithgow, boards 45 Oxford 
Devens Jeremiah, laborer, house 6 Jackson 
Devens Nicholas, glasscutter, house 414 Cambridge 
DEVENS THOMAS, coffinmaker and undertaker, 414 

Cambridge, house do. 
Devens Thomas J., painter, boards 6 Jackson 
Devine Cornelius, roofer, house 120 Webster avenue 
Devine Daniel, house 120 Webster avenue 
Devine Francis, coal, wood, and produce, Ninth, corner 

Cambridge, house 240 Cambridge 
Devine John, laborer, house 9 Vine 
Devine John, fishpeddler, house 21 Carson 
Devine Mary Miss, house Hunting 
Devine William, roofer, boards 120 Webster avenue 
Devlin Frank, hostler U.K. Parsons & Co., bds. 54 Bolton 
Devlin Henry, laborer, boards 4 Water 
Devlin Hugh, laborer, boards 4 Water 
Devlin John, porter, boards 69 Bolton 
Devlin Peter, laborer, house 69 Bolton 
DeVoll Emma A. Mrs., dressmaker, house 197 North av. 
Dewire Timothy, house Jefferson, near Warren 
DeWolfe Henry H. (DeWolfe & Fulmore), dining saloon, 

165 Broadway, boards 179K Harvard 
DeWolfe & Fulmore (Henry H. DeWolfe and James Ful- 
more), dining saloon, 165 Broadway 
Dexter Chester B., driver U. R. Co., house 70 River 
Dexter D. Gilbert, real estate (7 Exchange pi., B.), house 

North avenue, near Jarvis 
Dexter George, house 13 Buckingham 
Dexter Henry, sculptor, house 479 Broadway 
Deyn Peter, gilder (B.), bds. 1 Rogers block, Main 
Dickieson Henry R. (Alonzo Camp & Co.), grocer, 2J£ 

Rogers block, Main, bouse 21 Clark 
Dick Robert, gardener, Brattle, corner Fresh Pond lane, 

boards do. 
Dickins J. B. M., physician, house 507 Main 
Dickinson Aaron, student, boards 52 Franklin 
Dickinson Alexander (Dickinson & Co.), nurseryman, h. 

76 Moore [76 Moore 

Dickinson Charles A. (Dickinson & Co.), nurseryman, b. 
Dickinson Cnarles A., student H. U., house 8 Ellery 
Dickinson James, laborer, house 169 Winsor 

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CAMBRIDGE [D] DIRECTORY. 133 

Dickinson & Co. (Alexander and Charles A..), nurseries, 

Broadway, junction Hampshire 
Dickman Clara, "widow of Joseph L., h. 34 Coggswell av. 
Dickman Emma E. Miss, boards 82 Magazine 
Dickman Eugenia R., widow, house Warren 
Dickman Geo. F., clerk (29 Pearl, B.), bds. 34 Coggswell av. 
Dickman Isaac, overseer U. R. Co.'s stables, North av., 

house Frank, near do. 
Dickman Joseph S. G., house Frank, n. North av. 
Dickman M. Carrie Miss, teacher Wymau primary school, 

boards 34 Coggswell avenue [471 Main 

Dickson George F., steam and gasfitter, 595 Main, boards 
Dickson George II., safe mnfr. (11 Green, B.), house 13^ 

Wallace 
Dickson John F., grocer, 9 Lopez, house do. 
Dickson Lizzie M., teacher Sargent primary school, bds. 

347 Cambridge 
Dickson Marshall, grocer, 484 Cambridge, bds. 347 do. 
Dickson Samuel, peddler, house 103 Winsor 
Dickson William, mason, house 347 Cambridge 
Diehl John Philip, clothes sponger, house 60 Harvard 
Dilap Charles, machinist, house 118 Washington 
Dillaway Stillman S., carpenter, house 79 Clark 
Dillaway Thomas V., milkdealer, house 81 Putnam av. 
Dillingham Henry, painter (Lancaster, B.),h.40 Holyoke 
Dillingham Mary, widow of Henry, house 46 Holyoke 
Dillingham Martha C, widow, house 182 Harvard 
Dillingham Pitt, student Divinity school, rooms 29 Di- 
vinity Hall 
Dillon Edward, varnisher W. L. Lockhart, h. 39 Gore 
Dillon John, laborer, house 44 Hastings 
Dillon Mary, widow of David, house 193 Broadway 
Dillon Owen, laborer, house rear 58 Winter 
Dillon Patrick, laborer, house 1 Union 
Dilworth John, laborer, boards 53 Amory 
Dimick Calvin, house Cambridge, corner Line 
Dimmock Lessie, widow of Beecher, boards 99 Gore 
Dinan Patrick, slater, house 66 Spring 
Dinan Peter, slater, house 66 Spring 
Dinan Thomas, grocer, 68 Pearl, house do. 
Dineen Daniel, laborer, boards 186 Gore 
Dinsmore Arthur, carpenter, boards 31 Baldwin 
Dinsmore Daniel K., carpenter, boards 31 Baldwin 
Dinsmore James, carpenter (N\ York), h. 31 Baldwin 
Dinsmore William, tailor, h. Hunting, n. Cambridge 
Dippold George T., instructor Boston University (20 

Beacon, B.), h. Putnam av., corner Green 

HriJj iLOiJlu 3E1 DOlJwKIrlS , 430 Harvard St., Cambridge, 



134 CAMBRIDGE [D] DIRECTORY. 

Ditchfield Samuel H., driver U. R. Co., h. 178 Hampshire 
Dixon Charles S., fruit, etc. (15 Friend, B.), h. Essex, c. 

Ashburton place 
Dixon James, laborer, house 63 Brookline 
Dixon John A., machinist, bds. 189 Cambridge 
Dixon John W., cooper, house 189 Cambridge 
Dixwe]l Epes S., house 58 Garden 
Doane Alfred, master mariner, house 42 Hamilton 
Doane Calvin, clerk (49 Commercial, B.), bds. 51 River 
DOANE FRANCIS, stationery (116 State, B.), house 

51 River [bds. 177 Harvard 

Doane Geo. F. (Doane & Lyford), provisions, 419 Main, 
Doane Henry S.. clerk, 419 Main, boards 177 Harvard 
Doane Seth P., iruitdealer (49 Com'l, B.), h. 51 River 
Doane Seth S , bookkeeper (107 F. H. Market, B.), house 

51 River 
Doane & Lyford (Geo. F. Doane and Thos. J. Lyford), 

provisions, 419 Main 
Dobbs George, laborer, house 222 Franklin 
Dobbs James, bacon curer, house 153 Franklin 
Dobbyn Margaret, widow of Caesar H., h. 30 Hampshire 
Doblin Abraham, hairdresser, 282 Broadway, boards rear 

6 Davis 
Doblin Isaac, tailor, house rear 6 Davis 
Dockham George, machinist, 368 Main 
Dockins Emanuel, laborer, boards 32 Hastings 
Dockum George G., carpenter, house 115 Winsor 
Dodd Brandon J., varnisher G. Woods & Co., bds. 6 Green 
Dodd John, organrnaker, boards 6 Green 
Doddis John, varnisher, house 169 Norfolk 
Dodge Edward S., boards 72 Sparks 
Dodge Frank, baker, h. 3 Symonds blk., DeWolf 
Dodge Frank P., student H. XL, boards 10 Mason 
Dodge Frederick, counselor (30 Court, B.), boards 72 

Sparks 
Dodge George K. (Parker & Dodge), agent silvertype 

pictures, 493^ Main, h. 422 Main 
Dodge George K. Mrs., dressmaker, 422 Main, house do. 
Dodge H. Augusta Miss, teacher Harvard grammar school, 

room 10, bds. 102 Austin 
Dodge James C, law student, rooms 5 Linden 
Dodge John C, counsellor (30 Court, B,), h. 72 Sparks 
Dodge Joseph A., foreman G. Woods & Co., 624 Main, 

house 115 Magazine 
Dodge J. Felt, house 24 Tremont 
Dodge Matilda, widow, house 507 Main 
Dodge Rufus, salesman (42 Commercial, B.), h. 17 William 

SILKS, CRAPES, and Bonnet TROOIINGS of all kinds. 
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Dodge Sarah C, widow of Luke, house 422 Main 
Dodge Theodore A. Col., treasurer The Blake Hose Co. (40 

Pearl, B.), h. 38 Quincy 
Dodge William H., carpenter, house 16 Seventh 
Dodge William H. (Nay & Dodge), provisions, 25 Cen- 
tral square, and 655 Main, h. 15 Cottage 
Dodge William W., counselor (30 Court, B.), boards 72 

Sparks 
Dodge Winslow H., organ actionmaker G. Woods & Co., 

house 14 Jay 
Dods Adam, woodcarver, house 94 Fourth 
Doe A. E. Miss, teacher Washington grammar school, 

bds. 465 Broadway 
Doe Bradbury P., mechanic, house 8 Union 
Doe Emily R., matron Orphans Home, Avon Hill, near 

Linnsean, house do. 
Doe James, milkman, bds. 145 Mt. Auburn 
Doe Joseph M. Mrs., widow, boards 6 Fayette 
Doe & Hunnewell (heirs of J. M. Doe and Elias R. Hun- 
newell), furniture manufacturers, Gore, near Sixth, 
salesroom (198 Tremont, B.) [114 Winsor 

Dogherty Charles M., casemaker M. & H. Organ Co., h. 
Dogherty John, casemaker Mason & Hamlin Organ Co. 
Doherty Ann, widow, house 89 Elm 
Doherty Charles J., laborer, house 61 Charles 
Doherty Daniel, glassmaker, house 188 Norfolk 
Doherty Daniel B., clerk, 165 Bridge, house 82 Cambridge 
Doherty Edward, laborer, house 10 Laurel 
Doherty Ellen, widow of Michael, house 225 Franklin 
Doherty Eugene, stairbuilder, boards 374 Main 
Doherty Henry A., grocer, 165 Bridge, h. 82 Cambridge 
Doherty Hugh, stone cutter, house 85 Fifth 
Doherty James, florist, house 147 Columbia 
Doherty James, peddler, house 61 Charles 
Doherty John, laborer, house 163 Winsor 
Doherty John, laborer, house 204 Green 
Doherty John, laborer, house Clay, near Flarvey 
Doherty John T., machinist, house rear 163 Bridge 
Doherty Margaret, widow, house 25 Bow 
Doherty Matthew, laborer, house 221 Franklin 
Doherty Michael, laborer, house 3 Sparks 
Doherty Michael, pianoforte maker, house 128 Norfolk 
Doherty Patrick, house 157 Spring 
Doherty Philip, laborer, house 23 Bay 
Doherty Thos., plumber, boards 176 Gore 
Dolan Edward J., merchant tailor, 551 Main, boards Pros- 
pect House 

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136 CAMBRIDGE [])] DIRECTORY. 

Dolan James, baker F. A. Kennedy, boards Brookline 
Dolan John (Griffin & Dolan), soapmaker, h. 13 Decatur 
Dolan John H., painter A. H. Hews& Co., bds.T. Dolan's, 

Garden court 
Dolan Lawrence, butcher, house 57 Spruce 
Dolan Martin, laborer, house 250 Bridge 
Dolan Thomas, laborer, house Cottage court 
Dolan Thomas, laborer, house Garden street court 
Dolan Patrick, baker, 502 Main, boards 2 Lawrence 
Dolan William, grocer, 93 Main, house do. 
Dolan William, engineer, house 7 Perry 
Dolbeare Joseph S., shipwright, house 542 Main 
Dole Cyrus G., provisions (19 N. F. H. market, B.), house 

39 Columbia 
Dollard James, boots and shoes, 29 Brattle sq., h. 15 Gerry 
Dollard Morris, bootmaker, 906 Main, house 856 do. 
Dolley John M., carpenter, house 31 Tremont 
Dolliver John, laborer, house rear 105 Fourth 
DOLLOFF BENJAMIN W., groceries and provisions, 

14 Gore, house 143 Otis 
Dolloff Charles W, boxrnaker, house 33 Pine 
Dolloff Francis W., janitor Cambridge Social Union, 

Palmer, corner Brattle, boards 4 Trowbridge 
Dolloff George, clerk, 14 Gore, house 71 Third 
Dolloff L., paver, rooms Broadway 

Dolloff William J., compositor University Press, house 4 
Trowbridge 

Dolloff , student H. U., boards 727 Cambridge 

Dolton Mary A., widow of Richard, house 3 Linden 
Donaghue Thomas, sailmaker (Com'l, B.),h. r. 29 Harvard 
Donahoe Daniel, laborer B. & L. R. R., house 3 Lechmere 

block, Cambridge 
Donahoe Edward J., laborer, house 245 Broadway 
Donahoe John P., clerk 54 Putnam av., h. 11 Valentine 
Donahoe Kate Mrs., house 29 Carson 
Donahoe Margaret, widow of Patrick, house 11 Valentine 
Donahoe Mary Ann, widow of Patrick, house 1 Foster 
Donahoe Michael, baker, house 240 Cambridge 
Donahoe Patrick, machinist L. R. R. shop, house at Win- 
chester 
Donahoe Patrick, grease collector, house 91 Brookline 
Donahoe Patrick, laborer, house rear 209 Mt. Auburn 
Donahuay Michael, stone cutter, house 148 Third 
Donahue Ellen, widow of Cornelius, h. Warren, near Jef- 
ferson 
Donahue Dennis, laborer, house 371 North, av., n. Tannery 
Donahue James, laborer, house 159 Bridge 

CDDIfyP DCrnC of an kinds, and best Bancroft & Bo v den, 
ornlNu DtUO curled hair mattresses, X8 o TREMONT ST. 



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Donahue John, laborer, house 9 Decatur 

Donahue John, potter, boards 111 Dublin 

Donahue John, porter, 610 Main, h. 59 Pearl, cor. Perry 

Donahue John J., saloon, 243 Broadway, house do. 

Donahue Michael, baker, house Ninth, corner Cambridge 

Donahue Michael, horseshoer, house 6 Baldwin place 

Donahue Patrick, laborer, house 111 Dublin 

Donahue Patrick, laborer, house Jefferson, near Warren 

Donahue Rogers, laborer, boards J. Dunn's, Porter 

Donahue Terrance, teamster, boards 111 Dublin 

Donahue Thomas, butcher, boards 169 Wlnsor 

Donahue Timothy, in Boston Rolling Mill, bouse Bristol 

Donahue William, laborer, house 67 Charles 

Donais Theophile, brickmaker, house 100 Dublin [burn 

Donald Albert, printer J. Ford & Son, rooms 26 Mt. Au- 

Donaldson Catherine, widow, house 241 Cambridge 

Donehey John, stonecutter, house 56 Charles 

Donelan Francis, engineer, house 196 Cambridge 

Donelan Francis, jr., driver milk wagon, b. 196 Cambridge 

Donelan John, laborer, house 9 Winter 

Donlan Mary, widow, house 37 Cowperthwait 

Donlan Thomas, laborer, house 37 Cowperthwait 

Donley Francis, carriage painter (B.), house 163 Otis 

Donavan James, house 6 Laurel 

Donnavan D., machinist, 368 Main 

Donnavan Henry, machinist, 368 Main 

Donnell Wm. J., polisher, Otis, n. First, bds. 32 Cherry 

Donnelly Bridget, widow, house 1 Pioneer 

Donnelly Bridget, widow of James, house 23 Gore 

Donnelly Eliza, widow, house Harding, near Porter 

Donnelly Ellen, widow, house 133 Thorndike 

Donnelly James, laborer, boards 62 Spring 

DONNELLY JAMES H. S., dry goods and millinery, 

113 Cambridge, house 133 Thorndike 
Donnelly John, laborer, house Jackson, near Spruce 
Donnelly Mary Miss, house 71 Brighton 
Donnelly Rose, widow of Patrick, house 3 Appian way 
Donnelly Thomas, laborer, house 62 Amory 
Donnison Catherine L. Miss, boards 1 Waterhouse 
Donnovan Daniel, laborer, house 79 School 
Donnovan Daniel, jr., glass engraver, boards 79 School 
Donnovan David, teamster, house 135 Webster avenue 
Donnovan Dennis, stonecutter, house 3 Broadway 
Donnovan Ellen, widow, house 24 North 
Donnovan Jeremiah, blacksmith, junc. Webster avenue 

and Hampshire, house do. 
Donnovan Timothy, laborer, house 42 Washington 

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138 CAMBRIDGE [D] DIRECTORY. 

Donohue Patrick, stonecutter, bds. 5 Rogers blk., Main 

Donovan Annie Miss, house 251 Franklin 

Donovan Cornelius, fireman, boards rear 6 East 

Donovan Cornelius, painter, house 52 North 

Donovan Daniel, lumber surveyor, house 53 North 

Donovan Daniel, molder, house 1 Pioneer 

Donovan Daniel, gatetender, house 63 North 

Donovan Ellen, widow, house rear 6 East 

Donovan Honora, widow of Michael, house 12 Short 

Donovan James, laborer, house rear 28 Washington 

Donovan James, laborer, house 6 North 

Donovan James, teamster, boards 12 East 

Donovan John, laborer, boards 6 Lechmere place 

Donovan John, laborer, house McCabe, n. Cambridge 

Donovan John, laborer, house 169 Norfolk 

Donovan John, laborer, house 17 Cowperthwait 

Donovan John, laborer, house Porter, near Warren 

Donovan John, tailor, Palmer, n. Brattle, h. 201 Franklin 

Donovan John, woodman B. & L. R. R., h. 232 Bridge 

Donovan John A., bookkeeper, 127 Bridge, h. 125 do. 

Donovan Julia, widow, house 12 Murdock 

Donovan Margaret, widow, house 63 North 

Donovan Mary, widow, house 114 Brookline 

Donovan Michael, laborer, house 12 East 

Donovan Michael, laborer, house 186 Green [Short 

Donovan Michael, locksmith, 1193^ Cambridge, bds. 12 

Donovan Patrick, laborer, house 20 Hayes court 

Donovan Thomas, laborer, house 116 Brookline 

Donovan Timothy, laborer, house 61 North 

Donovan Timothy H., hackdriver William Dailey & Son, 

house 12 Short 
Donovan William, laborer, house 236 Bridge 
Doody John, teamster, house 9 Sparks 
Dooley Ellen, widow, house Portland, corner Harvard 
Dooley Edmund, blacksmith, house 246 Bridge 
Dooley Edmund, laborer, boards rear 177 Bridge 
Dooley James M., periodicals, etc., 654 Main, h. 656 do. 
Dooley John, blacksmith, house rear 177 Bridge 
Dooley Mary, widow of James, house 200 Bridge 
Dooley Thomas H., blacksmith, boards 200 Bridge 
Dooley William, hackdriver, house 5 Winter 
Dooley William, painter, boards 200 Bridge 
Doolin James, laborer, house 188 Norfolk 
Dooner Thomas, jobbing wagon, housef 14 Foster place 
Dooris Henry, laborer, boards rear 19 Gore 
Dooris John S., house rear 19 Gore [Porter 

Doran Charles, blacksmith, 368 Main, house Harding, n. 

Ladies' Straw and Felt LJ Jl TTC Pressed in new shapes, in the best manner, 
At CROMACK'S,. fliil J No. 26 Temple Place, Boston. 



CAMBRIDGE [])] DIRECTORY. 139 



Doran Daniel E., glasscutter, house rear 96 Gore 

Doran James A., carpenter, h. Belmont, cor. Montgomery 

Doran John, laborer, boards 39 Cowperthwait 

Doran Mary, widow of Joseph, house 200 Dublin [Clay 

Doran Michael, fireman Cambridge Water Works, h. 5 

Doran Patrick, boards 96 Gore 

Doran William P., expressman, house 40 Gore 

Dorman Andrew, carpenter, boards 7 Franklin 

Dorman John, engineer, bouse 42 Gore 

Dormer Alonzo, carver, house rear 128 Gore 

Dormer Benjamin, house rear 128 Gore 

Dormer Edwin, carriagesinith, house 108 Otis 

Dorner Joseph, gardener Botanic Gardens, h. Raymond, 

near Linn as an 
Dorney Daniel, fireman Cambridge Water Works 
Dority Patrick, glassmaker Union Glass Co., h. 93 Gore 
Dorr Clifford E., pi 11 maker, house 7 Cottage 
Dorr Cornelius, flour (2 Commerce, B ), ti. 260 North av. 
Dorr Frank W., clerk (2 Commerce, B.), h. 334 Harvard 
Dorr John, baker, house 19 Pine 
Dorr John, laborer, h. Jefferson, corner Harding 
Dorr Laura E. Miss, house 166 Norfolk 
Dorr Moses, grocer (2 Commerce, B.), h. 334 Harvard 
Dorsey Sydney, waiter, house 39 Hampshire 
Dorso Julian, laborer, h. Concord avenue, near F. P. R. 
Dorson Richard, laborer, house rear 211 Franklin 
Dorson William, laborer, house 210 Franklin 
Dose Herman, mariner, boards 45 Cambridge 
Dotridge Howard, carpenter, boards 29 Cherry 
Dougan Thomas, laborer, boards rear 34 Charles 
Dougherty Manasses P. Rev., pastor St. Peter's church, 

house 29 Buckingham 
Doughty James (Howland & Doughty), lumber dealer, 

Prison Point bridge, house at Charlestown 
Douglass Harrison, printer, house 43 Fairmont 
Douglass James C, cabinetmaker, house 23 Park 
Douglass James C, jr., cabinetmaker, boards 23 Park 
Douglass Robert, hackdriver, boards 27 Second 
Douglass Robert, president Cambridgeport National Bank, 

585 Main, house 24 Columbia 
Douglass Robert (Royal Douglass & Son), clothing, 523 

Main, boards 12 State 
Douglass Royal (Royal Douglass •& Son), clothing, 523 

Main, house 12 State 
Douglass Royal & Son (Royal and Robert Douglass), 

clothing, 523 Main 
Douglass William G., carpenter, house 73 Washington 

IMPORTED GOODS, AT »32KESf ,s '' 430 Marl St. 



140 CAMBRIDGE [J)] DIRECTORY. 

Dover Stamping Company, 163 Pleasant 

Dow Benjamin, salesman (36 Canal, B.), h. 9 Cottage 

Dow Eliza A., teacher Boardman primary school, boards 

23 Magazine 
Dow James A., physician, house 23 Magazine 
Dow John E., house 25 Hamilton 
Dow Marcellus I., apothecary, Lake, corner Pearl, house 

56 Hamilton 
Dow Warren, boxmaker, boards 14 Clark 
Dow William L., express (91 Kilby, B.), boards 156 

Hampshire 
Dowd Ann, widow of Frank, house 15 Decatur 
Dowd Eliza A., widow of Wm. J., house 6 Sidney 
Dowey Ann A., w r idow of Thomas, house 22 Foster 
Dowler Henry, carver, 77 Main, boards at Boston 
Dowling John, teamster, boards 51 Winter 
Dowling Percy E., compositor, boards 42 Mt. Auburn 
Downe Rufus S., police, station 2, house 1 Central place 
Downes Edward W., teamster, house 32 Market 
Downey Ann, widow of Edward, h. Foster, n. Sparks 
Downey Bartholomew, laborer, bds. 287 Cambridge 
Downey Bridget, widow, h. Jeffersen, corner Warren 
Downey Dennis, laborer, house 106 Tremont 
Downev Dennis, traveling salesman (462 Wash., B.), h. 

28*Charles River 
Downey Jeremiah, laborer, house 9 Winthrop 
Downey Jeremiah, laborer, house 380 Cambridge 
Downey John, laborer, house Warren, near Porter 
Downey Mary, widow, house 59 Brighton 
Downey Murtagh, laborer, house Warren, cor. Porter 
Downey Thomas, house 13 Dinsmore court 
Downey Thomas, house 66 Harvard 
Downing Amos, stonecutter, house 16 Upton 
Downing Daniel, laborer, house 40 Winthrop 
Downing Edward, leather (265 Purchase, B.),, house 82 

North avenue 
Downing Geo., brush maker, 12 Gore, bds. 158 Cambridge 
Downing Lucy A. Miss, teacher Washington Grammar 

school, boards 125 Oxford 
Downing Mary Mrs., house 5 Laurel 

Downing Media R., widow of John W., bds. 22 Brookline 
Downing Theodore, currier, Eustis court, near Oxford, h. 

125 Oxford 
Downs Benjamin J., brassmolder, house 41 Winsor 
Dowse William B. H., proctor H. U., rooms 43 Gray's Hall 
Dowsing Daniel, house 19 Hamilton 
Dowsing Henry V., sawyer G. Woods & Co., h. Ill Allston 

UflMstery Gools, D ^t lESSf^?"' Bancroft & Boyden. 



CAMBRIDGE [])] DIRECTORY. 141 

Dowsing- James F., organmaker G. Woods & Co., house 
81 Inman 

Dowsing William, painter, house 116 Auburn 

Doyle Edward, laborer, house 15 Grant 

Doyle Ellen, widow of Patrick, house 140 Dublin 

Doyle Henry, cooper, house 25 Elm 

Doyle James E., driver (M. Fairbanks, B.), boards 165 
Cambridge 

Doyle John, currier, house Tannery 

Doyle John, laborer, house 17 South 

DOYLE JOHN, florist (57 Trernont, B.), boards 136 
Cambridge 

Doyle John, finisher Worcester Bros., 25 Brattle square, 
house at Somerville 

Doyle John, in Boston rolling mill, Portland, h. Bristol 

Doyle John, laborer, house 105 Kinnaird 

Doyle John, laborer, house 8 Foster 

Doyle John, laborer, house 105 Kinniard 

Doyle John H., tin worker, boards 17 Pleasant 

Doyle John A., provision dealer, boards 10 South 

Doyle John W , laborer, boards 140 Dublin 

Doyle Martin, laborer, boards 42 Hampshire 

Doyle Mary E. Miss, house 8 Blanche, near Front 

Doyle Michael J., baker, 215 Cambridge, house 213 do. 

Doyle Owen, clerk, 568 Main, boards 32 Putnam avenue 

Doyle Patrick, stonecutter, house 8)4 Foster 

Doyle Patrick J., drypressman, house 7 Foster 

Doyle Richard, laborer, house 5 Foster 

Doyle Richard F., pressman Riverside, h. 12 Putnam av. 

DOYLE WILLIAM E., florist (57 Tremont, B.), h. 136 
Cambridge 

Doyle William R., carpenter, house 18 Market 

Drake Alvin, bricklayer, house 9 Lawrence 

Drake George F., varnisher M. & H. Organ Co. 

Drake George G., grocer, 18 River, house do. 

Drake George W., varnisher M. & H. Organ Co., house 1 
Pleasant court 

Drake James, carpenter, house 16 Elmer 

Drake L. P., clerk Revere Sugar Refinery, h. at So. Boston 

Drake M. Wesley, bookkeeper (20 Exchange, B.), house 
40 Sidney [Cambridge 

Drake Ruth S., widow of William, boardinghouse, 33 

Drake Samuel, carpenter, house 15 Elmer 

Draper Daniel A. (F. Draper & Co.), britannia and sta- 
tioners' hardware manufacturer, foot of Otis, house 
111 Thorndike [Sixth 

Draper Edward G., cotton broker (25 Kilby, B.), house 10 

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142 CAMBRIDGE [])] DIRECTORY. 

Draper Francis (F. Draper & Co.), brass and britannia 

ware manufacturer, Otis, n. First, house at Boston 
Draper Francis H., britannia worker, bds. Ill Thorndike 
DRAPER F. & CO. (Francis and Daniel A. Draper), 
brass and britannia ware manufacturers and station- 
ers' hardware, Otis, near First 
Draper Jesse L., britannia worker, bds. 133 Cambridge 
Draper John B., boards 21 Craigie 

Draper John W., lawyer (68 Devonshire, B.),h. 21 Craigie 
Draper Joseph, britannia worker, bds. Ill Thorndike 
Draper Lucius D., house White, near Elm 
Diaper L. Dana, clerk (11 Otis, B.), bds. L. D. Draper's, 

'White 
Draper Martin, jr., bookkeeper National Bank of North 

America (106 Franklin, B.), h. 292 North av. 
Draper Mary A., widow of Daniel F., house 11 Avon 
Draper William B., circulating library and gents' furnish- 
ing goods, house 11 Avon 
Dray Patrick, painter, house 117 Pleasant 
Drennan James, cabinetmaker (Portland, B), h. 77 Gore 
Dresser Edwin, pres't Cambridgeport Diary Co., 105 Mag- 
azine, house Raymond, near Linnaean 
Dresser Edwin D., clerk (Devonshire, B.), boards Edwin 
Dresser's, Raymond [avenue 

Dresser Edwin H., clerk (599 Wash., B.), bds. 22 Pioneer 
Dresser Mary L. Mrs., music teacher, house 209 Harvard 
Drew Ansel, conductor U. R. Co., house 5 Frank 
Drew Carrie Mrs., at Riverside Press, house rear 102 Put- 
nam avenue 
Drew George A., carpenter, house 68 Webster avenue 
Drew George C, jr., house 3 Elmer 
Drew Henry W., electrotyper, house 2 Elmer 
Drew John, carpenter, house 68 Webster avenue 
Drew John R, painter, boards 68 Webster avenue 
Drew Joseph L., jr., goldbeater (3 Province court, B.), 

house 19 Jay, corner Western avenue 
Drew Silas S., dry goods (102 Hanover, B.), house Ox- 
ford, corner Harris 
Drinan Maurice, horseshoer, 436 Main, bds. 204 Franklin 
Drinan Michael, laborer, boards 32 Auburn 
Drinan Morris, laborer, house 129 Bridge 
Drinan Thomas (Drinan & Sinclair), fish and oysters, 11)4 

Rogers block, Main, house 26 Cherry 
Drinan Thomas, works at gas works, h. 204 Franklin 
Drinan & Sinclair (Thomas Drinan and Joseph Sinclair), 

fish and oysters, 11)^ Rogers block, Main 
Driscoll Daniel, found ryman, house 12 Harrison 

JD PDnMAPS/ Millinery and Straw Goods, DflCTflM 
. D. UnUillAUrV, ^<>. 26 Ten^ple Blace, DUO I till. 



CAMBKIDGE [])] DIRECTORY. 143 

Driscoll Florence, painter, house rear 125 Gore 
Driscoll John, laborer, house 17 Valentine 
Driscoll John C, painter W. L. Lockhart, bds. 2 Vine 
Driscoll Mary Mrs., house rear 125 Fifth 
Driscoll Michael, laborer, house Belmont, n. Cedar 
Driscoll Michael Mrs., house 12 Railroad 
Driscoll Patrick, teamster, h. Bridge, opp. Prison Point 
Driscoll Thomas, laborer, house rear 9 Short 
Driver Stephen W., physician, house and office 5 Far- 
well place 
Drohan Daniel, blacksmith U. H. R. Co., house 105 Main 
Drolet Augustus, carpenter, house Crescent, n. Oxford 
Drown James O., joiner John Savage, h. 2 Charles River 
Drown Sarah H., widow of Philip, bds. 2 Charles River 
Drumm Timothy, grocer, 39 Rice, house at Medford 
Drummond Dominique, lithographer, house 17 Erie 
Drummond George, tinsmith, boards 5 Rockwell 
Drummond George S., sawyer H. W. Jenks & Co., house 

at Arlington 
Drummond John, laborer, house 37 Hastings 
Dubby Ambrose, teamster, house 117 Pleasant 
Ducy Lawrence, policeman, house 470 Cambridge 
Duddy Edward, stonecutter, house 35 Somerset 
Duddy Thomas, laborer, house 4 Lincoln 
Dudley Charles F., bookkeeper, 168 Gore, house rear 131 

Thorndike 
Dudley Daniel L., paver, boards 61 Market 
Dudley George S., truant officer, ward 2, h. 103 Columbia 
Dudley Harrison, carpenter, house 17 Dunster 
Dudley John Mrs., house 81 Winsor 
Dudley Lyman, paver, boards 61 Market 
Dudley Moses (J. A. McLane & Co.), billposter, 125 
Cambridge, h. 133 Spring [Broadway 

Dudlev Samuel W., supt. Cambridge Water Works, h. 270 
DUDLEY SANFORD EL, counselor, Ramsay's building, 

Harvard sq., and (40 Water, B.), bds. 17 Dunster 
Dudley Warren P., lawstudent, boards 17 Dunster 
Dudley William B., jr., clerk, 63 Norfolk, h. 2 Antrim 
Duff John, cooper, boards 23 Vine 
Duff Margaret, widow of Jarnes, house 69 Third 
Duff Robert, teamster, 17 East, house 16 do. 
Duffey Andrew, fish, 425 Cambridge h. at Somerville 
Duffy Catherine, widow of Michael, house 6 Fourth 
Duffy Cornelius, house 51 Vine 
Duffy Francis, laborer, h. Harding, near Porter 
Duffy Hugh, laborer, house 19 Donnell 
Duffy James, carpenter, house 301 Cambridge 

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144 CAMBRIDGE [J)] DIRECTORY. 

Duffy James J., flshpeddler, house 98 Fifth 

Duffy James L., printer, house 14 Suffolk 

Duffy John, laborer, house rear 382 Cambridge 

Duffy Michael, laborer, h. Harding, n. Jefferson 

Duffy Peter, laborer, house 129 Webster avenue 

Duffy Stephen, woodmolder, boards 130 Third 

Duffy Thomas, laborer, house 130 Third 

Duffy Thomas, umbrellamaker, house r. 19 Gore 

Duffy Thomas, plumber, boards 51 Vine 

Duffy William, laborer, house 163 Winsor 

Dufur William II., oysterdealer, house 61 Cherry 

Dugan Cornelius, laborer, house Jefferson 

Dugan Edward, bricklayer, boards 83 Elm 

Dugan Edward, laborer, house 49 Amory 

Dugan James, laborer, house rear 382 Cambridge 

Dugan James, laborer, house 16 North 

Dugan James, laborer, house rear 423 Cambridge 

Dugan John, laborer, house 24 Vine 

Duggin James, cabinet-turner, house 34 Somerset 

Duggin Lydia Mrs., dressmaker, house 34 Somerset 

Duhig Daniel T., printer J. Wilson & Son, h. 10 Wright 

Duhig John M., printer J. Wilson & Son, h. 31 Baldwin 

Duhig Michael, gardener, house 23 Hancock 

Dukeshair Daniel F., carpenter, house 1 Corliss place 

Dullea John, boot and shoemaker, 228 Cambridge, cor. 

Seventh, house do. 
Dulls Cornelius, hairdresser, house rear 112 Columbia 
Dumas Cassius, organh'nisher G. Woods & Co., h. at Boston 
Dumas Geo. V., sawyer, boards 22 Brookline 
Dumas Julian E., foreman G. Woods & Co., 624 Main, 

house 125 Auburn 
Dumas Leon, sawyer G. Woods & Co., h. 19 Prospect 
Dummer Joseph O., cracker dealer, boards 32 Tremont 
Dumphy Martin H., bookbinder Riverside, house 14 Put- 
nam avenue 
Dunbar Charles F., professor of Political Economy H. 

U., house 14 Highland 
Dunbar Charlotte A., widow of Eben M., h. 393 Broadway 
Dunbar Eben F., salesman (7 Central, B.), boards 393 

Broadway 
Dunbar Franklin A., student H. XL, rooms 14 Highland 
Dunbar Luther W., carpenter (271 Charles, B.), house 7 

William 
Duncan Anderson, laborer, house 20 Murdock 
Duncan David, stairbuilder, r. 382 Main, h. 1 Portland 
Duncan William P., lawyer (172 Wash., B.), h. 22 Essex 
Duncklee Albert C, student, boards 118 Norfolk 



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Duncklee Horace, liverystable, house 57 River 
Duncklee Horace L., stoves and furnaces (87 Blackstone, 

B.), h. 118 Norfolk [118 Norfolk 

Duncklee Horace L., jr., clerk (87 Blackstone, B.), boards 
Dunham Delia Miss, teacher Washington grammar school, 

bds. 852 Main 
Dunham Edward P., printer, boards 852 Main 
Dunham Israel P., provisions, 7 Mt. Auburn, h. 852 Main 
Dunklee Horace (11 North Russell, B.), h. Jay, c. River 
Dunlap George, carpenter, boards 70 Second 
Dunlap Thomas, woodturner M. &. H. Organ Co., house 

132 Winsor 
Dunlea Patrick, laborer, house rear 6 East 
Dunlop Margaret, widow of John, h. Pearl, n. Green 
Dunmore John L., photographer (333 Washington, B.), 

house 15 Avon 
Dunmore Martha W., widow of John, house 15 Avon 
Dunn Alexander, boards 3 Daye court 
Dunn Andrew P., paper collarmaker, 10 Arrow, house 25 

Magazine 
Dunn Bampford, carpenter, house 5 DeWolf 
Dunn Bartholomew, laborer, house 3 Fourth 
Dunn Christena, widow of Thomas, h. 3 Daye court 
Dunn George, painter, house 20 Hayes Court 
Dunn George, shoemaker, 68 Norfolk, house 189 Franklin 
Dunn Hannah Miss, house 22 Harrison 
Dunn James, boards 193 Hampshire 
Dunn James, plasterer, house 194 Green 
Dunn James, gardener, house 233 Franklin 
Dunn John, bookfinisher Riverside, house 3 Daye court 
Dunn John, boilermaker, house 47 Pine 
Dunn John, glassmaker, boards 108 Tremont 
Dunn John, laborer, house Porter, near Harding 
Dunn John B., laborer, house 24 Brewery 
Dunn John H., clerk, 116 Cambridge, boards 8 Fourth 
Dunn John H., machinist, house 15 Dinsmore court 
Dunn Mary, widow of John, house 69 Spring 
Dunn William, bookfinisher Riverside, boards 3 Daye ct~ 
Dunn William, glasspresser, house rear 63 Gore 
Dunn William A., engineer, house 42 River 
Dunnels George B., boards 124 Gore 
Dunnels Jane, widow of Samuel, house 124 Gore 
Dunnels Mason K., teamster, house 27 Winter 
Dunnigan Catherine, widow of Michael, house 10 Short 
Dunnigan Patrick, chemist, 150 Broadway, house 134 do. 
Dunning W. H. Mrs., house 11 Dana 
Dunwoody Sarah, widow of Thomas, h. 249 Mt. Auburn 

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146 CAMBRIDGE [])] DIRECTORY. 

Durant Nancy P., widow of Reuben, house Putnam av. 
Durant Wm. B., lawyer (194 Wash., B.), bds. 378 Harvard 
Duren Edward, laborer, house 101 Fourth 
Duren William (E. D. Sawyer & Co.), lumber, 12 Cam- 
bridge, house at Calais, Me. 
Duress Ellen, widow ol Frank, h. Warren, n. Cambridge 
Durgin Daniel E., polisher, boards 305 Cambridge 
Durgin Elizabeth, widow, house 305 Cambridge 
Durgin George (Durgin & Parsons), carpenter, 200^ 

North avenue, house at Somerville 
Durgin George W., printer, house 14 Elmer 
Durgin Mary E., widow, house 138 Hampshire 
Durgin Matthew, bookbinder, house Sands, n. Putnam av. 
Durgin Sarah A. Miss, matron House Correction, bds. at 

jailer's 
Durgin & Parsons (George Durgin and Harmon Parsons), 

carpenters and builders, 2003^ North avenue 
Durnan James, laborer, house Porter, near Harding 
Durnan Peter, express, Cambridge, cor. Fifth, h. 124 Gore 
Durnan William, laborer, house 12 Decatur 
Duross Susan, widow of Terrence, house 7 Stevens court 
Durrell Betsey G., widow, house 73 Thorndike 
Durrell Oliver H. (Wm. R. Adams & Co.), fancy goods, 

106 Cambridge, house 73 Thorndike 
Dustin Betsey A., widow of Samuel, house 74 Fourth 
Dustin Charles, express (State, B.), house 62 Cambridge 
Dutton Albert L., milkman, house 56 Fourth 
Dwelley Adam H., brassfinisner, 368 Main 
Dwight Charles C, clerk (B.), boards 102 Prospect 
Dwight Fannie M., widow of Henry C, h. 102 Prospect 
Dwyer Daniel, laborer, house 18tf Norfolk 
Dwyer Daniel, carpenter, house 7 Mullin's court 
Dwyer Daniel, printer, boards 238 Broadway 
Dwyer Edmond, gasfitter, house 238 Broadway 
Dywer Edward, laborer, house 21 Charles River 
Dwyer Edward jr., printer, boards 21 Charles River 
Dwyer Edward rl., harnessmaker, house 9 Sixth 
Dwyer Edward H. jr„ clerk (Wash., B.), boards 9 Sixth 
Dwyer James E., coremaker Walworth Mnfg. Co., boards 

1 Washington 
Dwyer John, leather (227 Congress, B.), house 54 Pearl 
Dwyer John, laborer, house 149 Dublin 
Dwyer John A., gate-tender L. R. R., house Prison Point 

Road, near R. R. 
Dwyer John F., painter, 4 Cambridge, bds. 163 Bridge 
Dwyer John S , painter and grainer, h. rear 170 Norfolk 
Dwyer Mary Miss, house 210 Fraoklin 

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Dwyer Matthew, laborer, house 26 Sparks 

Dwyer Matthew, blacksmith Union car stable, boards 2 

Cedar square 
Dwyer Michael, laborer, house 13 Foster 
Dwyer Michael, printer, boards 238 Broadway 
Dwyer Philip, laborer, College wharf, h. 14 Cowperthwait 
Dwyer Thomas J., laborer, house 16 Cambridge 
Dwyer William, grainer, Palmer, boards 170 Norfolk 
Dyer Calvin T., slippermaker, house 3 Washington 
Dyer Charles, cooper, boards 5 Squire's court 
Dyer Edward M., engineer, house 75 Fifth 
Dyer Ezra C, dry goods merchant (56 Summer, B.), h. 

120 Brattle 
Dyer George W., house 56 Erie 
Dyer John E., patternmaker, house 393 Main 
Dyer Mary, widow, house 20 Union 
Dyer Randolph A., cabinetmaker, bds. 16 Boardman 
Dyer Sarah E. Miss, teacher Harvard grammar school, 

room 11, boards 35 Inman 
Dyer Thomas, stonecutter, house 145 Main 
Dyer William J., stage machinist (Boston Theatre, B.), 

house 59 Spring 
Dyke John, cabinetmaker, house 179 Bridge 

EAGAN JAMES, laborer, house 43 Pearl 
Eagan James, jr., teamster, boards 43 Pearl 
. Eagau John, laborer, house 20 Hayes court 
Eagan Martin, laborer, house 162 Franklin 
Eagan Michael F., stereotyper, boards 162 Franklin 
Eagan Patrick, laborer, house 79 Elm 
Eagan Patrick, currier, house 104 Webster avenue 
Eagelson Joseph, laborer, house 2 Foster 
Eagleson Thomas C, laborer, house 27 Grant 
Eagleson Thomas S., tinplate worker, 8 Brattle, boards 

Willard, corner Foster 
Eames Francis, carriagetrimmer, house 47 Amory 
Eames Francis J., carriagesmith, boards 47 Amory 
Eames Hannah S., widow of Henry H. (H. H. Eames & 

Son), ice dealer, house 98 Concord avenue 
Eames H. H. & Son (Mrs. Henry H. Eames and Thomas 

H. Eames), ice dealers, Concord avenue, near Don- 

nell, order box, J. H. Wyeth's, 6 Brattle 
Eames James H. (Jaynes & Co.), barrel manufacturer, 

house 471 Main 
Eames John N., woodworker M. & H. Organ Co. 
Eames Joseph E., with H. H. Eames & Son, house 89 

Concord avenue 

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Eames Samuel F., machinist, 368 Main, bds. 9 Winsor 

Eames Thomas H. (H. H. Eames & Son), ice dealer, Con- 
cord avenue, house Donnell, near Concord avenue 

Earl Amy A., widow of William, house 63 Oxford 

Earl Henry, pressman, rooms 856 Main 

Earles Edward O., brassfinisher, 368 Main, h. 13 Tufts 

Early John, bootmaker, 20 Brattle, house 17 Brown 

Easly Christopher, slater, boards 5 Elmer 

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78 Cambridge 

East Cambridge Post-office, 86 Cambridge, near Third, 
Rufus R. Wade, P. M. 

East Cambridge Station on B. & L. R. R., Bridge, oppo- 
site Third 

East John W., teamster, house 184 Gore 

Easter Charles, harness, trunks, etc. (7 Treraont, B.), 
house 64 Dana 

Easter Robert S. blacksmith, North avenue, near Arling- 
ton R. R., house 15 Rice 

Easterbrook Edward E., mason, house 182 Green 

Eastman Alphonso H., teamster, house 125 Winsor 

Eastman Frank C, reedmaker M. & H. Organ Co,, house 
3 Soden 

Eastman John, carpenter, house 2 Ashburton place 

Eastman Rebecca W., widow of -Luke, house 14 Dover 

Eastman , driver U. R. Co., boards 12 Dunster 

Easton John A., lumber, Hastings wharf, East, house at 
Somerville 

Eastwood Benjamin S., agent Plume & Atwood Mnfg. 
Co. (13 Federal, B.), house 37 Trowbridge 

Eaton Anson H., conductor U. R. R., bds. at Somerville 

Eaton Charles, broker (3 Congress sq., B.), h. 15 Prospect 

Eaton Charles F., grocer (40 Long wharf, B.), h. 8 Essex 

Eaton Clifford C, clerk (451 Washington, B.), boards 41 
Columbia 

Eaton Emma P., teacher Washington grammar school, 
boards 124 Austin 

Eaton George B., electrotyper Riverside, h. 41 Columbia 

Eaton George D., jr., yard master (B. L. & N. R. R.), 
freight office, Prison Point road, h. at Somerville 

Eaton Horace W., furniture mover, h. 113 Hampshire 

Eaton Jacob, house 8 Winsor 

Eaton John F., architect (1 Pemberton square, B.), house 
15 Arlington 

Eaton Joseph L. R., butcher, house 6 Rice 

Eaton Osgood, tuner M. & H. Organ Co. 

Eaton Sarah E., widow of Rev. Joseph W., h. 697 Main 

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Eaton Warren A., policeman, house 59 Sixth 
Eaton William, machinist, 368 Main, h. 80K Green 
Eberhardt Jacob J., bookbinder, house 49 Winsor 
Eccles David, carpenter, house 10 Warren 
Edberg John, cabinetmaker, boards 3 Cedar square 
Eddix Jared C, hairdresser, boards 22 Hastings 
Eddy Martin, mason, house Jackson, near Spruce 
Ede James W, bread driver, h. rear 168 Cambridge 
Edgerly Charles B., merchant (4 Commercial wharf, B.), 

house 17 Forest [Austin 

Edgerly Curtis, machinist Walworth Mnfg. Co., house 22 
Edgerly D. Mark, physician, house 84 Green 
Edgerly Samuel S., clerk, house 254 Franklin 
Edgeworth Susan, widow, house 91 Third [Main 

Edginton William H., sawyer M. & H. Organ Co., h. 402 
Edraands Millie M., widow of S. P., house 81 Oxford 
Edmonds Peter, laborer, house 150 Charles 
Edson Edward B., bookbinder Riverside, h. 32 River 
Edson Frank A., painter, boards 52 Putnam avenue 
Edson James A., woodturner, boards 52 Putnam avenue 
Edson James T., woodturner, house 52 Putnam avenue 
Edwards Daniel D., laborer, house 43 Hastings 
Edwards Eden, marblepolisher, house 4 Short 
Edwards Frances B., wid. of Chas. H., h. 27 Western av. 
Edwards George A., brassiinisher, house 27 Sidney 
Edwards John H., express, 5 Brattle and (21 Faneuil Hull 

sq., B.), house 70 River 
Edwards Lewis A., boards 37 Spruce 
Edwards Russell S., produce dealer (15 Blackstone, B.), 

house 37 Spruce 
Edwards Weldon, laborer, house 106 Harvard 
Edwards William, laborer, house Hunting, n. Cambridge 
Edwards Wm. J., painter, 16 Brighton, rooms 20 Holyoke 
Egan Michael, teamster, house 72 Brookline 
Egan Susan, widow of Matthew, house 14 Seventh 
Egan Timothy, laborer, house 39 Cowperthwait 
Egann Harry B. s clerk, 105 Cambridge, bds. 54 Fourth 
Eggleston Charles H., machinist, house 81 Elm 
Eggleston Lorenzo, machinist, house 31 Norfolk 
Ela Lucia, widow of Richard, house 13 Ash 
Ela Richard, counsellor (5 Tremont, B.), house 13 Ash 
Ela Walter, physician (9 Joy, B.), boards 13 Ash 
Elder Josie S. Mrs., dressmaker, h. 71 Western avenue 
Eldredge George B., clerk (41 Temple place, B.), house 

59^ Franklin 
Eliot Charles W., president H. U., house 17 Quincy 
Ellick Rachel A., widow, house 5 Harvard 

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Elliott Charles W., merchant (158 Tremont, B.), house 

64 Brattle 
Elliott James, expressman, boards 890 Main 
Elliott William, blacksmith and wheelwright, Brighton, 

corner Murray, house 890 Main 
Ellis Alexander, expressman, house 187 Broadway 
Ellis Arthur B., student H. U., rooms 13 Kirkland place 
Ellis Charles E., milkman, boards 22 Fifth 
Ellis Charles H., house 22 Fifth 
Ellis Charles L. Mrs., boardinghouse, 12 Douglass 
Ellis Clement E., cabinetmaker, house 54 Elm 
Ellis David, produce dealer (37 South Market, B.), house 

117 North avenue [Roseland 

Ellis D. Frank, produce (37 South Market, B.), house 8 
Ellis D, Warren, produce dealer (21 Merchants row, B.), 

house 27 Western avenue 
Ellis Emmons R., (37 So. Market, B.), boards 54 North av. 
Ellis George W., clerk, house rear 101 Tremont 
Ellis Harriett, widow of Charles H., house 20 Eighth 
Ellis John G., blacksmith, 368 Main, house 111 Norfolk 
Ellis John L., teamster, boards 18 Eighth 
Ellis J. Russell, produce dealer (37 South Market, B.), 

house 54 North avenue 
Ellis Lois A. Mrs., house 37 Tremont 
Ellis Mellen F., bookkeeper, house 106 Columbia 
Ellis Myra I., teacher Sargent primary school, boards 37 

Tremont 
Ellis Prudence Mrs., boarding, 177 Harvard 
Ellis Rodolfj carpenter, house 60 Yine 
Ellis Sarah, widow of William B., house 18 Eighth 
Ellis Stearns R., produce (37 South Market and 15 

Chatham, B.), bouse 22 Forest 
Ellis S. L. Mrs., dressmaker and milliner, 547 Main, h. do. 
Ellis Theodore, carpenter, boards 60 Vine 
Ellis Thomas, laborer, house 55 Amory 
Ellis Thomas F., molder, boards 189 Broadway 
Ellis Timothy J., bookbinder, boards 189 Broadway 
Ellis William, laborer, boards 189 Broadway 
Ellis William F., brakeman F. R. R., house 18 Eighth 
Ellis William R., treasurer Boston Rolling Mills, Portland 

street and (17 Batterymarch, B.), house 17 Irving 
Ellison Ellen, widow of Wm, J., h. First, r. 34 Cambridge 
Ellison Nahum, billiard saloon, house 31 Pearl 
Ellison Willard, clerk (B.), house 250 Harvard 
Ells John B., organtuner G. Woods & Co., house 105 

Putnam avenue 
Elms George H., lobster dealer, Craigie's bridge, h. do. 

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Elston James, carpenter and builder, bds. Porter's Hotel 

Elston John, carpenter and builder, bds. Porter's Hotel 

Elword John, bricklayer, boards 13 Fourth 

Elword Elizabeth, widow of William, house 13 Fourth 

Emerson Adeline, widow of Charles, house 32 Green 

Emerson Chas., confectioner, 503 Main, boards 32 Green 

Emerson Elijah, turner M. & H. Organ Co., h. 72 Green 

Emerson Fannie S. Miss, house 1 Dover 

Emerson George B., teamster, house 124 Gore 

Emerson George D., pianoforte-action maker, boards 55 

Columbia 
Emerson George T., clerk M. & H. Organ Co. 
Emerson Helen F., widow of George B., house 4 Upton 
Emerson Henry L., trader, house 106 Allston 
Emerson Hester A. Mrs., eclectic physician, bds. 72 Spring 
Emerson Hiram, pianofortemaker, house 2 Percy place 
Emerson Joseph, planer G. Woods & Co., boards 22 

Brookline 
Emerson Major, laborer, house 88 Harvard 
Emerson Mary A. J., widow, house 33 Lee 
Emerson Mary F. Miss, teacher Harvard grammar school, 

room 2, boards 33 Lee 
Emerson Thomas H. (B. P. Clark & Co.), confectionery 

and cigar manufacturer, 503 Main, house 776 do. 
Emerson William H., salesman (75 Commercial, B.), h. 

341 Harvard 
Emery Frank, hairdresser, Ramsey's building, Harvard 

square, boards Holyoke 
Emery Herbert, clerk (4 Bowdoin, sq., B.), boards 290 

North avenue 
Emery James W., president Union Railway Co., Harvard 

square, rooms 17 Kirkland 
Emery John A., mason, house 17 Mellen 
Emery John B., small wares and fancy goods, 442 Har- 
vard, house at Lawrence 
Emery Manning, banker (9 Congress, B.), house Prescott, 

near Broadway 
Emery Margaret Mrs., house 13 Webster avenue 
Emery Mark B., clerk, 442 Harvard, boards 52 Columbia 
Emery Susan P., widow of Herbert A., bds. 290 North av. 
Emery Woodward, lawyer (7 Court sq., room 8, B.), 

rooms 54 Brattle 
Emmel Charles, carver, house 12 Watson 
Emmons Theodore H., bookkeeper F. Geldowsky, boards 

at Boston 
Emory William H., printer, house 40 Holyoke 
Endicott Henry, house 28 Columbia 

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152 CAMBRIDGE [J]] DIRECTORY. 

Endres George, carver, house 55 Gore 

Engdahl John A., looking glass and frame manufacturer, 

Belmont, corner Cedar, h. at South Boston 
England John, carpenter, boards 22 Green 
Engley William F., counselor at law, 573 Main, house 2d 

arbor, rear 41 Norfolk 
English Ed. E., glassraaker, house 40 Winter 
English Margaret Mrs., dressmaker, house 40 Winter 
Enos Joseph, at Geldowsky's, house rear 105 Fourth 
Ephraim Joseph H., cigarmaker, house 53 Clark 
Erhard Caroline Mrs., house 177 Spring 
Erhard Hammon, brassfinisher F. Draper & Co., house 7 

Mullin's court 
Erhard Rudolph, brassfinisher F. Draper & Co., house 7 

Mullin's court 
Erving William J., baker, house Lake View avenue 
Espinola Victor, mariner, house 35 Vine [77 do. 

Estabrook Fannie E. Miss, fancy goods, 63 River, boards 
Estabrook Joseph D., salesman (20 Franklin, B.), house 

Washington avenue, corner Arlington 
Estes Edwin P., clerk (10 Tremont Row, B.), boards 49 
Dana [Main 

Estes Ivory P., hardware and stoves, 30 Brighton, h. 865 
Estey Jonathan L., compositor, house 22 Antrim 
Estey William H., reporter Boston Herald (241 Wash., 

B.), h. 22 Antrim 
Esty Elizabeth Mrs., house 27 Jay 
Etheridge Samuel, conductor F. R. R., h. Avon Hill 
Ettinger Isaac, express driver, house Riverside place 
Eustace Alexander, groceries and provisions, 83 Pearl, h. 

4 Lake 
Eustis Frank I., clerk (17 Batterymarch, B.), house 3 

Ellsworth avenue 
Eustis Henry L., professor of engineering in the Law- 
rence scientific school, H. U., and Dean of the Law- 
rence scientific faculty, house 29 Kirkland 
Eustis Henry S., boards 29 Kirkland 
Eustis Julian J., clerk (363 Dorchester avenue, B.), boards 

29 Kirkland 
Eutabrouk Charles, gunsmith, h. Crescent, n. Oxford 
Eva*ns Elbridge A., machinist, boards 68 Mt. Auburn 
Evans Elizabeth, widow, house 713 Cambridge 
Evans Evan, carpenter, house 26 Eighth 
Evans George S., postal clerk Boston & N. Y. R. R., h. 16 

Putnam avenue 
Evans Henry Mrs., house 76 Spring 
Evans John H., teamster, house 11 Murdock 

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Evans Joseph, saw filer, house Bristol, near Webster av. 

Evans Lewis, cigarmaker, house 59 Brookline 

Evans Mary L., widow, house 95 Hampshire 

Evans M. Lizzie Miss, teacher Mason primary school, bds. 

713 Cambridge 
Evans Richard, gardener, house 24 Harrison court 
Evans William, carriage trimmer F. L. Chapman, house 

150 Mt. Auburn 
Evans William jr., policeman, boards 88 Mt. Auburn 
Evans William H., tailor, house 148 Mt. Auburn 
Evanson Major, hostler U. R. Co., house 70 Harvard 
Eveleth William H., superintendent college grounds, h. 6 

North avenue [house 53 Garden 

Everett Charles C, Bussey professor of Theology H. U^ 
Everett Edward F., bookkeeper (24 Exchange place, B.), v 

house 31 Sacrameuto 
Everett Eliza J., widow of George H., house 57 Pleasant 
Everett Emily, widow of Stevens, house 23 Berkeley 
Everett James A., porter (120 North, B.), h. 17 Corson 
Everett Oliver C. Mrs., house 64 Mt. Auburn 
Everett Oliver H., medical student H. U., rooms 64 Mt. 

Auburn [16 Holmes place 

Everett William, assistant professor of Latin H. U., house 
Everett William A., house 23 Berkeley 
Everton Brothers (William and Eugene R.), grocers, 436 

Cambridge [bridge, h. 458 do. 

Everton Eugene R. (Everton Bros.), grocer, 436 Cam- 
Everton William (Everton Bros.), grocer, 436 Cambridge, 

house 458 do. 
Ewell Charles, house 39 Linnsean [ington 

Ewell Charles C, mason, h. Waverly, east of Fort Wash- 
Ewell Charlotte A. Miss, teacher Wyman primary school, 

boards 170 North avenue 
Ewell James P., pianoforte keymaker, 139 Broadway, bds. 

22 Brookline [naean 

Ewell Thomas B., salesman (27 Winter, B.), h. 39 Lin- 
Ewings Calvin, provisions (8 Suffolk Market, B.), h. 212>£ 

North avenue [house do. 

EYRE CHARLES E., kidglove cleaner, 9 Charles River, 

FABYAN JOSHUA E., livery stable, 282 Broadway, 

house 284 do 
Facey John P., printer Riverside, house 46 Fairmont 
Fagan James, laborer, house rear 16 Brown 
Fahey Edward, laborer, house 71 Brighton 
Fahy Edward, teamster, boards 32 Hancock 
Fahy John L., grocer, 89 Fifth, house do 

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Fairbairn Andrew S., peddler, boards 23 Seventh 

Fairbairn John, peddler, house 23 Seventh 

Fairbairn John R., auctioneer and real estate agent, 166 

Cambridge, house do. 
Fairbank Alfred T. (52 School, B.), boards 14 Plympton 
Fairbank Anna C, widow of Elbridge, house 14 Plympton 
Fairbank George E., merchant tailor (52 School, B.), bds. 

14 Plimpton 
Fairbanks Edwin, foreman, house 42 Chestnut 
Fairbanks John W. (American Net & Twine Co.), Third, 

house at Waltham 
FAIRBANKS LEVI, mineral water, etc. (Howard, B.), 

house 87 Norfolk [boards 29 Everett 

Fairbanks Olive E. Miss, assistant teacher High school, 
Fairbrother Charles R., shoemaker (Summer, B.), house 

91 Fifth 
Fairchild J. H. Mrs., house 44 Mt. Auburn 
Fairfield Edward T., carpenter, house 71 Columbia 
Fallon Ann, widow of Patrick, house 3 Hamilton 
Fallon Bridget, widow, house 234 Franklin 
Fallon Brine, laborer, house 103 Brookline 
Fallon Christopher, stonecutter, house 234 Franklin 
Fallon Daniel, laborer, boards 234 Franklin 
Fallon John, painter, house 15 Brown 
Fallon John, laborer, house 186 Bridge 
Fallon John, laborer, house 47 Reed 
Fallon Martin, painter, house 33 Banks 
Fallon Michael, saloon, 128 Brookline, house 5 Hamilton 
Fallon Patrick, laborer, house rear 118 Fourth 
Fallon Patrick, laborer, house 36 Ellery 
Falls Alonzo B., engineer B. L. & N. R. R., h. 35 Third 
Falvy Bridget, widow of Cronan, house 167 Franklin 
Falvy Crohan, laborer, house 9 Cowperthwait 
Falvy Micbael, laborer A. McDonald, Mt. Auburn, h. do. 
Fanning Patrick, stonecutter, bds. 5 Rogers block, Main 
Fargo George W., teamster, house rear 17 Pine 
Farley Gustavus, broker (2 Change avenue, B.), house 16 

Lowell [Prospect 

Farmer Jesse, coppersmith (69 Merrimac, B.), house 14 
Farmer John P. jr., steward Dining hall H. (J., house 29 

Mellen 
Farmer Joseph, machinist, 368 Main 
Farnham Aaron, com. mer., 30 Brighton, boards 865 Main 
Farnham Edwin, physician, 347 Harvard, house do. 
Farnham Geo. Y., teamster, house Valentine, near Pearl 
Farnham John C, auctioneer and real estate agent (31 

State, B.), and 7 Harvard square, house 47 Brattle 

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Farnsfield John, laborer, house 164 Franklin 
Farnsworth Charles H., surgeon and homoeopathic 

physician, 170 Cambridge, house do. 
Farnum Sylvester, machinist, house 47 Winsor 
Farnum Gerry F., expressman, house 19 Sidney 
Farracy John, laborer, house Warren, near Cambridge 
Farracy Patrick, house 32 North 
Farrar Edward E., engineer N. E. Glass Works, house 20 

Leighton court 
Farrell Garrett, gardener, house 73 Inman 
Farrell Edward, plasterer, house 201 Franklin 
Farrell James, plasterer, house 201 Franklin 
Farrell James, carpenter, boards 451 Cambridge 
Farrell John, boards 201 Franklin 

Farrell John H., grocer, 568 Main, h. 32 Putnam avenue 
Farrell Martin, teamster, house 18 Gore 
Farrell Matthew, laborer, house Hastings, n. G. J. R. R. 
P'arrell Matthew, laborer, house Jefferson, cor. Warren 
Farrell Micah J., salesman (84 Canal, B.), h. 89 Auburn 
Farrell Thomas, steam fitter, 595 Main, h. at Somerville 
Farrell Thomas, peddler, house 8 Rogers block, Main 
Farren Patrick H., agent, house 32 Fairmont 
Farrington Charles R., clerk (18 Chauncy, B.), boards 

872 Main [872 Main 

Farrington Josiah C. R., printer (117 Franklin, B.), house 
Farrington Osborn, laborer, boards 66 Vine 
Farrington Perry, house 504 Cambridge 
Farrington Thomas F., bookbinder, house 100 Hampshire 
Farris Frank M., printer, boards 10 South 
Farry Patrick, hostler, house rear 9 Winthrop 
Farwell Bertram H., boards 273 North avenue 
Far well Charles, cook, house 11 Wright 
Farwell George F., teamster, house 9 Mt. Auburn 
Farwell Henry G., student, boards 114 Prospect 
Farwell James K., superintendent Cambridge Cemetery, 

house 273 North avenue 
Farwell Joseph R., commission merchant (2 Commerce, 

B.), house 114 Prospect 
Farwell Stephen T. Mrs., house 101 Trowbridge 
Farwell William p., clerk, Hubbard's wharf^ house at 

Watertown 
Fatal John J., house 7 Lincoln [Auburn 

Faulhaber Oscar, tutor in German, H. U., rooms 55 Mt. 
Faulkner George, oarsman, house 8 Putnam avenue 
Favor Edward W., grocer (150 Cambridge, B.), house 

206 Harvard [94 Norfolk 

Favor James M., delivery clerk Thurston, Hall & Co., h. 

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Fawcett Robert, teamster Otis S. Brown & Co., house 

8 Mullins court 
Fawcett Samuel H., house 21 Avon 
Faxon Daniel, horseshoer, house 98 Fourth 
Faxon Ruth H. Miss, teacher Thorndike grammar school, 

house 68 Otis 
Faxon Walter, assistant, Museum of Comparative Zoology, 

boards 7 Sumner 
Fay Bartholomew, laborer, house 14 Cambridge 
FAY CHARLES F., insurance and mortgage broker (3 

School, B.), house 170 North avenue 
Fay Edward P., car trimmer, boards 18 Laurel 
Fay Isaac Mrs., house Antrim, near Cambridge 
Fay Maria D. Miss, house 10 Garden [18 Laurel 

Fay Thomas, upholsterer (Albany car shop, Allston), h. 
Fears Josiah, clerk, 4 Hyde's blk., 609 Main, h. 33 Pleasant 
Fee Thomas, coachman, house rear 15 Baldwin 
Feeney Edward, repairer B. & A. R. R., bds. 40 Brookline 
Feeney Michael, laborer, boards 2 Broadway 
Feeney Sophia, widow, house 9* Fifth [Main 

Fehan John, blacksmith, Murray, cor. Brighton, bds. 890 
Felixe Estacio R., hairdresser, 454 Cambridge 
Felker John C, foreman Braman, Shaw & Co., boards at 

Boston 
Fell Thomas, cooper, house 6 Squire's court 
Fellows B. Frank, foreman F. A. Kennedy, h. 500 Main 
Fellows Charles M., grocer (Batterymarch, cor. Hamilton, 

B.), house 53 North avenue 
Fellows Cyrus, house 97 Concord avenue [avenue 

Fellows Frank C, clerk (72 Summer, B.), bds. 53 North 
Fellows John H. (Burton, Fellows & Co.), brush mnfr., 

12 Gore, house 124 Otis [Austin 

Fellows Joseph, machinist Walworth Mnfg. Co., bds. 47 
Fellows Lydia M., widow of John H., house 106 Ellery 
Fellows Oshea P., driver Thurston, Hall & Co., house 60 

Market 
Fels Charles E., furniture finisher, 77 Main, bds. at Boston 
Felt Charles W., flour (27 Commercial, B.), h. 110 Wash. 
Felt Charles E., boards W. F. Richardson's, Walden 
Felt George W., horseshoer, 18 Cambridge, h. at Somer- 

ville [Cambridge 

Felt Irwin G., carriagesmith, 18 Cambridge, house 118 
Felt John B., packer G. Woods & Co., h. 16 Howard 
Felton Cornelius C, clerk (56 Summer, B.), h. 18 Sumner 
Felton Thomas C, boards 18 Sumner 
Fenelon Michael F., apothecary (206 Cambridge, B.), h. 

158^ Otis 

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Fenner Mary E., widow, house 54 Pearl 

Fennon Michael, teamster, 7 Valentine 

Fenollosa Ernest, resident graduate H. U., rooms 2 

Holmes place 
Fenton Joseph, laborer, boards 49 Clark 
Fenton Patrick, carpenter, house 18 Reed 
Ferdinand Jasper F., attorney, house 80 Green 
Ferguson Thomas T., constable, Henderson's block, house 

6 Walden 
Fergusson Matthew J., student H. U., rooms 28 Wendell 
Fern Otis L., liquor dealer (95 Union, B.), h. 56 Western 

avenue 
Fernald Henry, carpenter, house 27 Baldwin 
Fernald William H., carpenter, house 27 Baldwin 
Ferrin Stephen A., grocer, 26 Brewery, house do. 
Ferris Edward, butcher, house 92 Fourth 
Ferris Frank F., pressman, rooms 20 Holyoke 
Ferris Lawrence, clerk (56 Fulton, B.), house 42 Spring 
Ferris Thomas, peddler, house Harding, near Jefferson 
Ferry Patrick, laborer, house 127 Elm 
Ferry Richard, painter, house 378 Cambridge 
Fessenden Almira, widow of Ichabod, h. 34 Mt. Auburn 
Fessenden Benjamin, house 17 Walden 
Fessenden Charles L., dry goods (156 Hanover, B.), house 

27 Prospect 
Fessenden Emily F., teacher Shepard grammar school, 

boards 17 Walden [Auburn 

Fessenden Frederick H., conductor U. R. Co., h. 34 Mt. 
Fessenden Henry, tinman, boards 5 Rockwell 
Fessenden Lucy O., teacher (Girls' High school, B.), bds. 

17 Walden 
Fewkes Jesse W., student H. U., rooms 50 Gray's Hall 
Field Eunice W. Miss, teacher Holmes primary school, 

boards 471 Broadway 
Field Franklin, machinist, boards 15 Franklin 
Field George, house 9 Chauncy 

Field George G. (39 Court, room 1, B.), h. 9 Chauncy 
Field James, grocer, Hampshire, cor. Prospect, house do. 
Field John, laborer, house 10 Rogers block, Main 
Field Walter W., machinist, 72 Main, bds. 15 Franklin 
Fielding Dennis J., grocer, 41 Vine, house do. 
Fielding Owen, molder, house 68 Harvard 
Fielding Thomas, peddler, house 65 Elm [Auburn 

Fielding William, conductor U. R. Co., boards 12 Mount 
Fife James, harnesscleaner, boards 24 Farwell place 
Fifield Abiel F., water registrar Cambridge Water Works, 

Office, City Hall, house 92 Inman 

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158 CAMBRIDGE [J] DIRECTORY. 

Fifield George E., gilder (Sudbury, B.), bds. 102 Inrnan 

Fifield George W., house 102 Inman 

Fifield James H., clerk Cambridge Water Works, City 

Hall, boards 102 Inman 
Fifield John F., conductor U. R. Co., bds. 102 Inman 
Files Louisa, widow, house Oxford, corner Roseland 
Fillebrown Amos, house 131 Cambridge 
Fillebrown Elizabeth, widow of James, house 10 Upton 
Fillebrown Ellen Mrs., house 7 Leighton court 
Fillebrown Henry S., glassengraver, h. 126 Thorndike 
Fillebrown Mary, widow of Charles house 57 Inman 
Fillebrown Sarah, widow of Thomas, bds. 131 Cambridge 
Fillebrown Samuel, painter, 457 Cambridge, house do. 
Fillebrown William, boots and shoes (134 Court, B.), h. 

16 Arlington 
Fillmore William, carpenter, house 130 Winsor 
Fillmore Wellington, carpenter, house 132 Winsor 
Finan James, machinist, house Plymouth, n. Portland 
Finan John, shoemaker, 20 Brattle, boards Quincy 
Finks Andrew, waiter Memorial Hall, rooms Holmes pi. 
Finlay David, plasterer, bds. Mt. Auburn, cor. Willard 
Finley Joseph, molder, boards 179 Norfolk 
Finley Michael, glassmaker, house 106 Tremont 
Finley Michael, laborer, house 287 Cambridge 
Finn James, marbleworker, 80 Main, house at Boston 
Finn James, jr., marbleworker, 80 Main, h. at Boston 
Finnegan Hannah, widow of Patrick, h. 231 Franklin 
Finnegan Jeremiah, cold iron worker, 454 Main, boards 

192 Norfolk 
Finnegan John, blacksmith, 427 Cambridge, house r. do. 
Finnegan John, cabinetmaker (San Francisco, Cal.), house 

rear 26 Vine 
Finnegan John, laborer, house 192 Norfolk 
Finnerty Daniel, laborer, house 36 Harvard 
Finnerty Thomas, coachman, house 6 Antrim 
Finnerwin Martin, laborer,' h. Allston, n. Fort Wash'ton 
Finney James, brassfinisher, house 391 Main 
Finnick Joseph, teamster, house Garden court 
Finnick Richard, horsedealer, house rear 18 Lopez 
Finnigan Hugh, blacksmith, house 243 Broadway 
Finnigan John F., laborer, boards 231 Franklin 
Fiorini Henry, foreman carver Doe & Hunnewell, house 

3 Gore place 
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF CAMBRIDGE, Benj. 

Tilton, president, Main, corner Prospect 
Fischer Ferdinand, currier, Tannery, h. 380 North av. 
Fischer Lawrence, currier, house Tannery 

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Fish Albert F., molder, boards 252 Broadway 

Fish Henry P., carpenter, house 190 Cambridge 

Fish Isaac, blacksmith, house rear 67 Moore 

Fish Mary H. Mrs., house 252 Broadway 

Fish Moses W., com. mer. (New York), h. 44 Cottage 

Fish Samuel A., engineer B. & M. R. R , bds. 10 East 

Fteh Sumner W., molder, boards 252 Broadway 

Fish William R., civil engineer (66 State, B.) s boards 44 

Cottage 
Fisher Brothers (Lewis E. and Herman B. Fisher), billiard 

room, 539 Main 
Fisher Charles, gardener, house 41 Rice 
Fisher George, director Cambridge Conservatory of Music, 

4 Lee, house 721 Main 
Fisher Henry, molder, house 182 Broadway 
Fisher Herman B. (Fisher Bros.), billiard room, 539 Main, 

house 77 Inman [bds.«77 Inman 

Fisher Lewis E. (Fisher Bros.), billiard room, 539 Main, 
Fisher Prince A., house 518 Main 

Fisher Richard H., stonecutter, 81 Main, house at Boston 
Fisher Robert, currier, house Clay, near Harvey 
Fisher William G., boards Fresh Pond Hotel 
Fisher William G., jr., proprietor Fresh Pond Hotel, 

Fresh Pond lane, house do. 
Fisk Horace M., boards Prospect House 
Fisk James C, treasurer (19 Exch. pi., B.), h. 32 Quincy 
Fiske Amos K., assistant editor Boston Daily Globe (238 

Washington, B.), house 33 Lee 
Fiske Charles A., house 9 Clinton 
Fiske Charles A., jr., clerk, house 9 Clinton 
Fiske Hannah, widow of James, house rear 112 Columbia 
Fiske John, author and asst. librarian PI. U., h. 4 Berkeley 
Fiske John M., deputy collector (Custom House, B.), h. 

139 Oxford 
Fiske Wilbur, at University Press, rooms 7 Daniels court 
Fitch Abel, teamster, house North avenue, near Cedar 
Fitch Amasa, woodturner, house 76 Sixth 
Fitch George A., concert singer (B.), boards 76 Sixth 
Fitch Myra Miss, dressmaker, boards Porter's Hotel 
Fitcham Edwin A., house 38 Coggswell avenue 
Fitcham Ellen Miss, dressmaker, bds. 38 Coggswell av. 
Fitton John, regulator M. & H. Organ Co. 
Fitz Daniel F., counselor (28 School, B.), h. 69 Oxford 
Fitz Franklin, shipbroker (111 Commercial, B.), house 

Austin, corner Inman 
Fitz Philip, shipbroker (111 Commercial, B.),h. 7 Kinnaird 
Fitzgerald David E., caterer, house 2 Village 

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160 CAMBRIDGE [J 1 ] DIRECTORY. 

Fitzgerald Edward, fireman N. E. Glass Co., h. 19 Third 
Fitzgerald Edward, harnessmaker (B.), h. rear 22 South 
Fitzgerald Honora, wid. of Maurice, h. r. 42 Washington 
Fitzgerald James, laborer, boards J. Dunn's, Porter 
Fitzgerald James, laborer, boards 68 Brighton 
Fitzgerald James, laborer, h. Jefferson, cor. Warren 
Fitzgerald James, laborer, house 113 Third 
Fitzgerald James, housepainter, h. 74 Sixth [Lopez 

Fitzgerald James H., pressman J. Wilson & Son, bds. 21 
Fitzgerald John, fancy goods, 452 Cambridge, house do. 
Fitzgerald John, iron mold er, house 46 Washington 
Fitzgerald John, laborer, house Spruce, near brickyard 
Fitzgerald Mary, dressmaker, 123 Elm, house do. 
Fitzgerald Mary Mrs., house 26 Sparks street place 
Fitzgerald Maurice, glassworker, house 122 Webster av. 
Fitzgerald Michael, blacksmith, house 6 Baldwin place 
Fitzgerald Michael, carpenter, house 172 Third 
Fitzgerald Michael, house Harvey, opposite Clay 
Fitzgerald Patrick, gardener, house Donnell, near Tuttle 
Fitzgerald Patrick, stonecutter, house 147 Dublin 
Fitzgerald Richard, house 21 Lopez 
Fitzerald Richard A., tea peddler, house 21 Lopez 
Fitzgerald Thomas, baker, house rear 19 South 
Fitzgerald Thomas, upholsterer, boards 8 Water 
Fitzgerald Thomas F., upholsterer, 54 Cambridge, boards 

186 Bridge 
Fitzgibbons John, laborer, house 269 Cambridge 
Fitzmaurice Michael, gardener, house 19 Fairmont 
Fitzmaurice Thomas, junkdealer, house 98 Third 
Fitzpatrick Alfred, foreman Osborn's mills, bds. 6 Village 
Fitzpatrick Dennis W., tailor, 137 Bridge, house do. 
Fitzpatrick Frederic A., clerk 16 Brighton, boards 85 

Wendell 
Fitzpatrick George, brushmaker, 12 Gore, bds. 56 Second 
FITZPATRICK FRANK, provisions, 2 Gore, bds. 8 do. 
Fitzpatrick James, laborer, house 414 Cambridge 
Fitzpatrick James, mason, house 107 Gore 
Fitzpatrick James, provision dealer, 2 Gore, house 8 do. 
Fitzpatrick James T., boots and shoes, 16 Brighton, house 
85 Wendell [house 180 do. 

Fitzpatrick John F., liquors and cigars, 182 Cambridge, 
Fitzpatrick Joseph, marble cutter, 45 Main 
Fitzpatrick Patrick W., brushmaker, boards 8 Gore 
Fitzpatrick Philip J., upholsterer, house 115 Elm 
Fitzpatrick William H., policeman, house 38 Brighton 
Fitzsimmons Andrew, ropemaker, boards E. Boardman's, 
Jackson 

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Fitzsimmons Ann Miss, house 25 Bow 
Fitzsimmons James, laborer, boards 95 Spruce 
Fitzsimmons John, laborer, house 204 Franklin 
Fitzsimmons John, packer, boards 125 Elm 
Fix Augustus W., carver, house 12 Winter [River 

Flack Mathias, baker, North av., cor. Allen, h. 33 Charles 
Flagg Bernard W., student H. XL, rooms 22 Avon 
Flagg Frank H., wheelwright, 52 Cambridge, house at 

Somerville 
Flagg John P., com. mer. (49 Federal, B.), h. 18 Fayette 
Flagg John P. jr. (56 Franklin, B.), boards 18 Fayette 
Flagg John S., lawyer (7 Court sq., room 29, B.), boards 

C. W. Monroe's, Sacramento place 
Flagg Wilson, house 22 Avon 
Flaherty John, laborer, house 94 Fifth 
Flaherty Martin, city offal collector, bds. 364 North av. 
Flaherty Martin, stonecutter, house 7 Otter 
Flaherty Michael, painter, house 122 Elm [h. 167 do. 

Flaig Simon, watches, clocks and jewelry, 162 Cambridge 
Flanagan Ann, widow of Thomas, house 11 Tuttle 
Flanagan John, gardener, house 2 Nichols place 
Flanagan John, boards 180 Green [at Somerville 

FLANAGAN LEWIS C, pharmacist, 222 North av., h. 
Flanagan Mary Mrs., house 172 Franklin 
Flanagan Mary Ann, widow of Matthew, grocer, 105 

Third, house do 
Flanagan Michael, junk, house 106 Harvard 
Flanagan Patrick, laborer, boards 7 Hayes court 
Flanagan Patrick, laborer, 72 Main 
Flanders Addie E. Miss, school teacher (Arlington), bds. 

372 North avenue 
Flanders Edmund G., carpenter, house 4 Mead 
Flanders Frank M., dining saloon (4 Cambridge, B.), 

house 34 Mt. Auburn 
Flanders Jeremiah, icedriver, house 93 Spring 
Flanders Lorenzo C, brakeman B. L. & N. R. R., house 

66 Winter 
Flanders Moses G., driver U. R. Co., house 372 North av. 
Flanders William H., salesman (27 Winter, B.), house 27 

Austin 
Fiannigan John, boards 17 Winter 

Fleet Benjamin R., pianoforte actionmaker, 139 Broad- 
way, boards 59 Moore 
Fleet William, pianoforte actionmaker, house 41 Union 
Fleischer Frederick, at J. P. Squire & Co.'s, h. 9 Eighth 
Fleming E. Cliff, boards 120 Winsor 
Fleming John, laborer, house Willow place 

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162 CAMBRIDGE [J 1 ] DIRECTORY. 

Fleming Michael, laborer, h. Columbia, n. Somerville line 
Fleming Moses, teamster, house 120 Winsor 
Fleming Patrick, porter Prospect House, 598 Main, b. do. 
Fleming Richard, harnessmaker Wm. Mitchells, house at 

Boston 
Fleming Thomas, laborer, house 303 Cambridge 
Flemming George N., pressman (B.), boards 44 DeWolf 
Flemming Henry, foreman reedmaker M. & H. Organ Co. 
Flemming James, molder, house 287 Cambridge 
Flemming Mary Mrs., hairdresser, 28 Mt. Auburn, house 

28 do. 
Flemming Mary J., widow, house Beacon, cor. Oxford 
Flemming Thomas, carpenter, house Ninth, corner Otis 
Fletcher Grace W., teacher Thorndike grammar school 
boards 54 Sixth [house 5 Norfolk 

Fletcher Joel W., insurance agent (194 Washington, B)., 
Fletcher John D., car inspector (L. R. R., B.), h. 42 Fifth 
Fletcher J. B. S., clerk Cambridge P. O., bcls. 27 Trow- 
bridge 
Fletcher Mary C. Miss, house 38 North avenue 
Fletcher Ruel H., master Thorndike grammar school, h. 

144 Cambridge 
Fletcher Thomas F., glasscutter, house 54 Sixth 
Fletcher Thomas J., clerk, boards 54 Sixth [av. 

Fletcher William K., homoeopathic physician, h. 233 North 
Flexman Alfred, bricklayer, house rear 508 Main 
Flinn Arthur M., clerk (24 Summer, B.), h. 58 Putnam av. 
FLINN EDMUND Jr., painter, 600 Main, house 58 

Putnam avenue 
Flinn Rufus H., provisions (79 Prince, B.), h. 15 Laurel 
Flint Clarissa, widow of Edmund, h. rear 99 Cambridge 
Flint Francis, importer of tea (32 Broad, B.), h. 8 Chauncy 
Flint James H., student H. IL, boards 8 Ellery 
Flood Ann, widow, house 152 Elm 
Flood Edward T., glass worker, boards 152 Elm 
Flood Francis H., glassworker, boards 152 Elm 
Flood Margaret Miss, house 51 Gore 
Flood Patrick, mason, house 9 Walnut court 
Florence Charles R., hairdresser, 3 Essex, h. 91 Green 
Flowers William C, physician, house 467 Main 
Floyd Baruch C, turnkey Jail, house do. 
Floyd Henry B., teamster, house rear 60 Cambridge 
Floyd Samuel Peter, glasscutter, bds. 116 Gore 
Flynn Bartholomew, coachman, h. Derby lane, cor. West 
Flynn Bernard, laborer, house 35 Donnell 
Flynn Daniel, laborer, boards 171 Dublin 
Flynn Daniel C, marblecutter, boards 35 Donnell 



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CAMBRIDGE [f\ DIRECTORY. 163 

Flynn Francis, cooper, boards 56 Second 

Flynn Frank, potter, boards 35 Donnell 

Flynn James, laborer, house rear 25 Fourth 

Flynn John, teamster Brine & Clark, bds. 163 Bridge 

Flynn John, laborer, house 309 Cambridge 

Flynn John, teamster, boards 176 Gore 

Flynn John D., tailor, house 126 Pearl 

Flynn Maurice, printer University Press, h. 16 Somerset 

Flynn Michael, cooper, 138 Gore, bds. at E. Boston 

Flynn Patrick, cooper, house 154 Prospect 

Flynn Thomas, teamster, house 381 North av. 

Flynn Thomas, teamster, house 7 Decatur 

Flynn Thomas, laborer, house 91 Harvard 

Flynn William, laborer, house 39 Charles 

Fobes Daniel (35 Sudbury, B.), house 11 Orchard 

Fobes Edward, hairdresser, 173 North av., h. 6 Wright 

Fobes Edwin F., student, boards 11 Orchard 

Fobes Henry A., gents' furnishing goods (B.), house 18 

Shepard 
Fobes Horace, clock repairer, confectionery, and circulat- 
ing library, 173 North av., h. at Somerville 
Fogerty Edward F., glassblower, bds. 214 Bridge 
Fogerty James G., architect, 603 Main, h. 392 Cambridge 
Fogg Andrew, bookkeeper, h. 138 Spring 
Fogg Charles W., carpenter, house 2 Harrison 
Fogg Ebenezer, carpenter Revere Sugar Refinery, house 

90 Gore 
Fogg Edwin, machinist, house 6 Sixth 
Fogg Frank W., commercial traveler, h. 19 Walden 
Fogg Hiram E., regulator M. & H. Organ Co., house 223 

Broadway 
Fogg Jeremiah, laborer, house 19 Brewery 
Fogg John P., piano keymaker, bds. 164 Harvard 
Fogg William W., clerk, boards 138 Spring 
Foggo John, glassblower, house 27 Gore 
Foley Bartholomew, laborer, house rear 55 Amory 
Foley Catherine, widow, house 2 Vine 
Foley Dennis, bookbinder, house 7 Flagg 
Foley Honora, widow, house 31 Dunster 
Foley John, laborer, house rear 20 Foster 
Foley John, brushmaker, boards 61 Vine 
Foley John G., printer, house 83 Wendell 
Foley John J., carpenter, house 150 Spruce 
Foley John M., upholsterer, h. 1 Rogers blk., Washington 
Foley Mary, widow, boards 98 Fifth 
Foley Mary, widow of John M., house 160 Dublin 
Foley Mary, house rear 200 Bridge 

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164 CAMBRIDGE [f 1 ] DIRECTORY. 

Foley Michael, machinist, boards 61 Vine 

Foley Michael, shoemaker, house 12 Eighth 

Foley Michael J., upholsterer, h. 5 Rogers blk., Main 

Foley Peter G., strawdresser, house 494 Cambridge 

Foley Robert, laborer, boards 80 Spring 

Foley Thomas, laborer, house rear 34 Charles 

Foley Thomas, laborer, house 61 Vine 

Foley Thomas H., glass engraver, boards 2 Vine 

Folger George H., insurance adjuster (56 State, B.), h. 

52 Essex 
Follen James, teamster, bds. P. Follen's, Jackson 
Follen John, laborer, house 47 Reed 
Follen Margaret, widow, house r. 26 Brookline 
Follen Michael, laborer, house 19 Brewery 
Follen Patrick, teamster, h. Jackson, near Harvey 
Follen Thomas, laborer, house 6>£ Grant 
Follen' Thomas, laborer, house 67 Amory 
Follensbee Benjamin A., organmaker, house 8 Tufts 
Follins William, machinist, 368 Main 
Folsom Bradbury D., carpenter, 74 Brighton, boards 22 

Pleasant 
Folsom Charles D., dry goods and paperhangings, 159 

Cambridge, h. 113 Otis 
Folsom Charles E., bookkeeper (117 Devonshire, B.), bds. 

113 Otis 

Folsom Charles Mrs., house 19 Berkeley 
Folsom Charles W., civil engineer, house 19 Berkeley 
Folsom Dudley, stone contractor, h. 14 Pleasant place 
Folsom Hiram W., clerk (9 Winter, B.), bds. 113 Otis 
Folsom Laura E., widow of John T., house 22 Avon 
Folsom Mark J., truant officer, ward 4, h. 32 Warland 
Folsom Samuel H., asst. Register Probate, Court House, 

house at Winchester 
Fonseca Phineas, cigarmaker, house 1 Rollins court 
Foote George L., banker (2 Congress square, B.), house 

352 Harvard 
Foote Josephine B. Mrs., house 8 Sacramento 
Foote Luther, house 352 Harvard 
Foran Nicholas, laborer, house Garden court 
Foran Patrick, laborer, house 173^ Third 
Forbes Albert, laborer, 174 Broadway, boards Joseph 

Braman's, Pleasant 
Forbes Andrew J., nickelplater (So. Windsor, Conn.), h. 

114 Thorndike 

Forbes Daniel, glasscutter, house 55 Winter 
Forbes Henry D., bookkeeper (3 Merchants row, B.), h. 
315 Broadway 

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CAMBRIDGE [J 1 ] DIRECTORY. 165 

Forbes Thomas, house 17 Valentine 

Ford Austin (Peter Blessington & Co.), granite worker, 

29 Main, house 3 Rogers block, Main 
Ford Brothers (Dennis and Daniel Ford), carpenters, 54 

Cambridge^ [76 Green 

Ford Calvin, constable and collector, 589K Main, house 
Ford Charles R., clerk Cambridge Savings Bank, house 5 

Lambert avenue 
Ford Daniel, laborer, house 66 Charles 
Ford Daniel, switchman L. R. R., house rear 149 Bridge 
Ford Daniel (Ford Bros.), carpenter, 54 Cambridge, h. 

122 Spring 
Ford Daniel N., organ-action maker G. Woods & Co., 

house at Boston [143 Thorndike 

Ford Dennis (Ford Bros.), carpenter, 54 Cambridge, h. 
Ford George R., printer J. Ford & Son, b. 29 Hamilton 
Ford Hugh A., teamster, house 245 Mt. Auburn 
Ford H. J., widow of Howard J., house 29 Hamilton 
Ford Jeremiah, gateteuder B. & L. R. R., house Short, 

next to R. R. crossing 
Ford Jeremiah D., painter, 54 Cambridge, h. 1 Spring pi. 
Ford John, laborer, house rear 189 Hampshire 
Ford John, laborer, house 23 Hayes court 
Ford John (John Ford & Son), printer, 1 Dunster, house 

78 Magazine 
Ford John & Son (John and John H. Ford), printers, 1 

Dunster, corner Harvard square [36 Erie 

Ford John H. (John Ford & Son), printer, 1 Dunster, h. 
Ford John J., laborer, house 419 Cambridge 
Ford John J., plasterer, house rear 16 Winter 
Ford John M., clerk (Allston), house 88 Pleasant, opp. 

Rockwell 
Ford John S., printer J. Ford & Son, bds. Porter's Hotel 
Ford Mary, widow of Thomas, house 17 Sparks 
Ford Michael, laborer, house rear 152 Bridge 
Ford Moses, stonecutter, house 17 Sparks 
Ford Patrick W., architect (9 School, B.), boards 143 

Thorndike 
Ford Ralph, carpenter, house Spruce, corner Hollis 
Ford Timothy J., machinist, house 131 Spring 
Ford Wm. A., at Transcript office (324 Washington, B.), 

house 19 Baldwin [Broadway 

Ford Wm. H., bookkeeper (8 Exchange pi., B.), h. 271 
Ford Willoughby, grocer, 1% Mt. Auburn, bds. at Boston 
Forg Herman, clerk F. Geldowsky, boards 51 Third 
Forg Peter, foreman Geldowsky's furniture manufactory, 

house 51 Third 

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166 CAMBRIDGE [J] DIRECTORY. 

Forknall Reuben, woodworker, M. & H. Organ Co. 
Forrest James, painter, Palmer, n. Church, h. Banks, cor. 

Flagg 
Forrest Lawrence, painter, house 2 Flagg 
Forrest Robert, painter, Banks, n. Mt. Auburn, h. 8 Banks 
Forristall Joseph, expressman, house 23 Prospect 
Forsyth James, laborer, house 17 Winsor 
Forsyth James, jr., cooper, boards 17 Winsor 
Forsyth Joseph, laborer, house 6 Cowperthwait 
Forsyth William, butcher, house 137 Elm 
Forsyth William John, teamster, boards 17 Winsor 
Fortune William, laborer, house Gray place 
Fosdick William B., house 44 William 
Foss Benjamin D., carpenter, house 17 Austin 
Foss Charles, boards 90 Washington 
Foss Charles EL, mariner, boards 28 Union 
Foss Edmund F., carpenter, house 17 Winsor 
Foss George A., compositor University Press, boards 30 

Wendell 
Foss George W., house 71 School 

Foss William H., hose driver, steamer 2, house 2 Winsor 
Fossett Robert, teamster O. S. Brown <fc Co., house 8 

Mullin's court 
Foster Albert J., express driver (B.), bds. 134Thorndike 
Foster Andrew, porter (117 Devonshire, B.), h.44Trernont 
Foster Catherine B. Miss, house 7 Kirkland 
Foster Charles H. Mrs., house Loughrey avenue 
Foster C. A. Mrs., house 20 Winsor 
Foster Eben B , house 340 Broadway 
Foster Eben B. J., clerk (87 State, B.), bds. 340 Broadway 
Foster Elizabeth J., widow of Charles, h. 47 Winsor 
Foster Francis C, counselor (33 School, B.), h.15 Oxford 
Foster Freeman E., table maker, h. rear 184 Cambridge 
Foster George H., bookbinder (31 Hawley, B.), house 92 

Gore [Sixth 

Foster Hiram T., bookbinder (103 Court, B.), h. Vine, cor. 
Foster Hiram T., jr., bookbinder (103 Court, B.), boards 

Vine, corner Sixth 
Foster Isabella, widow of Robert, house Foster's court 
Foster John, glasscutter, boards 44 Tremont 
Foster John, works for F. A. Kennedy, house 44 Foster 
Foster Joseph, laborer, house 9 South 
Foster Margaret E., widow of George H., house 4 Grant 
Foster Theodore S., inspector (Custom House, B.), house 

North avenue, near Porter's station 
Foster William H. H., silverplater. h. rear 36 Auburn 
Fougere Marin, carpenter, bds. S. H. Johnson's, North av 

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Fouquet Peter, upholsterer (Cornhill, B.), house 61 Sixth 
Foundation Thomas, stonecutter, house 124 Green 
Fountain Alfred, carriagesmith, boards 12 Holly 
Fountain George W"., carriagesmith, house 12 Holly- 
Fowler Frank A., mason, boards 22 Tremont 
Fowler Helen M., dressmaker, 8 Harvard sq., h. 3 James 
Fowler Jeremiah, mason, house 22 Tremont 
Fowler John, mason, boards 22 Tremont 
Fowler Joseph, farmer, boards 12 Kinnaird 
Fowler Lizzie, dressmaker, boards 125 Harvard 
Fowler Oscar W., fly-finisher M. & H. Organ Co. 
Fowler Stephen I)., bookbinder, house rear 44 Winsor 
Fowler William N., cook, house 4 Grant 
Fowles Augustus L., confectioner, 503 Main, h. 93 Green 
Fox Edward B., clerk, 10 Harvard i*ow, boards 56 Mount 

Auburn 
Fox Edward P., printer Riverside, house 1 Magazine 
Fox George J., harnessmaker (14 Warren av., Charles- 
town), house 3 Orchard 
Fox Jabez, lawyer, rooms 4 Mt. Auburn 
Fox James, house rear 139 Bridge 
Fox James (Thomas and James Fox), harnessmaker, 

Third, opp. Munroe, boards rear 55 Charles 
Fox James A., house Green, near Putnam avenue 
Fox John, house 63 School 

Fox John F., harnessmaker, boards rear 55 Charles 
Fox John L., hatter (B.), house 408 Main 
Fox Joseph, gardener and jobbing contractor, Mt. Auburn, 

house 14 Lowell 
Fox Michael, glassmaker, boards rear 55 Charles 
Fox -Peter, glassware, boards rear 139 Bridge [Auburn 
Fox Robert L. B-., harnessmaker, 4 Brattle, house 56 Mt. 
Fox Sarah A., widow of Henry H., house 4 Mt. Auburn 
Fox Thomas, laborer, house rear 55 Charles 
Fox Thomas (Thomas and James Fox), harnessmaker, 

Third, opp. Munroe, boards rear 55 Charles 
Fox Thomas and James, harnessmakers, Third, opposite 

Munroe 
Foxcroft Francis A. Rev., house 17 Arlington 
Foxcroft Frank, assistant editor Boston Journal (262 

Washington, B.), house Avon Hill 
Foy Patrick, graniteworker A. McDonald, h. at Belmont 
Foye Mary, widow of Nicholas, house 24 Holyoke 
Foye Mary A. Miss, dressmaker, 24 Holyoke, house do. 
Foyt Margaret E. Mrs., house 78 Vine 
Fragus Joseph, furniture polisher, house 24 Vine 
Francis Abby B. Miss, house 21 North avenue 

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168 CAMBRIDGE [J 1 ] DIRECTORY. 

Francis Eben, clergyman, house 43 Kirkland 
Francis Ebenezer, house 43 Kirkland 
Francis George, conductor U. R. Co., rooms 22 Church 
Francis George E., coachman, house 18 Mill 
Francis William, cabinetmaker, 556 Main, h. at Somerville 
Francouer Stanise, painter, house 20 Clay- 
Frank Charles, ivory carver, h. Harvey, n. Montgomery 
Frank Sebastian, bartender, 18 Brattle, bds. 3 Shepard's 

block, Charles River 
Frankenstein Isidor, clothing, 411 Cambridge, house do. 
Franklin Charles A., teamster, boards 51 Winter 
Franks Frederick, engineer, house Tannery. 
Franz John, cabinetmaker, boards 51 Sixth 
Frary Leroy S., dry and fancy goods, 643 Main, boards 1 

Pleasant 
Fraser Alexander, carpenter, house 26 Third 
Fraser William, clerk (91 Atlantic a v., B.), h. r. 45 Winter 
Frasier Daniel, cabinetmaker, house 82 Spring 
Frasier Daniel E. (Frasier & Smith), piano-hammer cov- 

erer, 555 Main, house 40 Cherry 
Frasier & Smith (Daniel E. Frasier and Alpheus K. 

Smith), piano-hammer coverers, 555 Main 
Frates Frank, cabinetmaker house 96 Third 
Frawley Michael, laborer, house 238 Franklin 
Frazier Daniel, cabinetmaker, house 82 Spring 
Frazier George, house 119 Thorndike 
Frazier John B., carpenter, house 109 Columbia 
Frederick John, clerk (B.), boards 91 Thorndike 
Frederickson Thomas W., clerk Cambridge Laundry, bds. 

354 Broadway 
Frederiksen Peter J., cabinetmaker (Friend, cor. Canal, 

B.), house 120 Spring 
Freeman Arsene, cabinetmaker, house 57 Winter 
Freeman Bartlett B., painter, 404 Main, house 418 do. 
Freeman Ellen M. Miss, house 4 Holyoke 
Freeman Hannah, widow, house 29 Suffolk 
Freeman John M., hairdresser, 27^ River, h. 418 Main 
Freeman John M., clerk (B.), house 8 Cherry 
Freeman John S., proofreader, house 131 Harvard 
Freeman Thomas N., carpenter, house 10 Tremont 
Freeman William, carpenter, house 125 Harvard 
Freese Henry, baker, house 19 South 

Freeth Annie, widow of Wm. J., house 18 Walnut court 
Freira Manuel, marble worker, house 21 Vine 
French Andrew A. (American Net and Twine Co.), Third, 

house at New York 
French Charles A., boardinghouse, 15 Farwell place 

CDDIiyP DirnC of a11 kinds > and best Bancroft* Boy den. 

Ornllltl DtUO CURLED HAIR MATTRESSES, ISO TREMONT ST. 



CAMBRIDGE []?] DIRECTORY. 169 

French Eliza, widow, house 8 Ellery 

French Estelle J., teacher Gannett primary school, bds. 

J. M. French's, Prospect [578 Main 

French George E., newsdealer, 588 and 625 Main, house 
French George L., fruit (5 Water, B.), h. 97 Norfolk _ 
French James M., machinist, h. Prospect, n. Cambridge 
French Lucy C. Mrs., dressmaker, 586 Main, h. 103 Green 
French Mary F. Q., widow, house 13 DeWolf 
French Nat. F., engineer B. L. & N. R. R., boards 7 Sec- 
ond street court 
French Nathan, lawstudent, rooms 14 Plympton 
French Oren B., carpenter, Palmer, h. 3 Mt. Auburn pi. 
French Sara J. Miss, teacher Shepard grammar school, 

bds. 282 North av. 
French Walter H. M., agent for condensed milk, bds. J. 

M. French's, Prospect 
French William A., stairbuilder, 49 Trowbridge, house do. 
French Willison B., student Epis. Theo. Seminary, rooms 

1 Lawrence Hall 
Frenning John E. Mrs., house 21 Franklin 
Fresh Pond Hotel, Fresh Pond lane 
Friel Annie S. Mrs., milliner, 119 Gore, house do. 
Friend Samuel, variety store, 41 Reed, house do. 
Friend William, carpenter, house foot Regent 
Frier Adolphus S., hardware (85 Cambridge, B.), house 

41 Pleasant 
Frisbie Stanley H. A., hairdresser, 367 Main, house do. 
Frost Allston E., conductor U. R. Co., bds. 41 Holyoke 
Frost Edmund, house 126 Oxford 
Frost Edward W., locksmith, boards 19 Walden 
Frost Edward W. Mrs., dressmaker, bds. 19 Walden 
Frost Eugene, fireman steamer 4, house Hubbard av. 
Frost Eunice, widow of Nathaniel, h. 2 Charles River 
Frost George, foreman (42 Cornhill, B.), h. 39 Orchard 
Frost James M., carpenter, house Hubbard avenue 
Frost William, house 132 North avenue 
Frothingham Amos T., cashier (Tremont National Bank, 

B.), house 338 Harvard 
Frothingham Henry K. cashier Mass. National Bank (60 

Congress, B.j, h. 55 Hancock 
Frye Edward, clerk, 185 Broadway, boards 49 Clark 
Frye James E., provisions, Harvard, cor. Moore, house 

142 Harvard 
Frye James K. P., laborer, boards 168 Norfolk 
Frye John K. (21 Salem, B.), house 27 Hancock 
Frye Joseph E., laborer, house 14 Harrison 
Frye Lydia A., widow of Samuel M., h. 14 Harrison 

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170 CAMBRIDGE [J 1 ] DIRECTORY. 

Frye Samuel B., laborer, house 168 Norfolk 

Frye Weston, varnisher M. & H. Organ Co. 

Fuchs Edward, currier, h. Harvey, near Montgomery 

Fullam Patrick, laborer, h. Cambridge, opp. Distillhouse 

Fuller Addie R., widow of Richard F., h. 13 Hilliard 

Fuller Almira Mrs., house 36 Fairmont 

Fuller Arthur O., student H. U., bds. 13 Hilliard 

Fuller Benedict, furniture polisher, house 112 Spring 

Fuller Charles L., clerk (62 State, B.), house 19 Forest 

Fuller Cyrus B., clerk, 71 Main, house at Boston 

Fuller Darius S., engineer M. & H. Organ Co. 

Fuller Ebenezer, clerk, 35 River, boards 14 Rockwell 

Fuller Elias J., house 498 Cambridge 

Fuller Elizabeth L., widow, house 233 North av. 

Fuller Emma L., widow of Rev. Arthur B., h. 13 Hilliard 

Fuller Geo. C. W. (G. C. W. Fuller & Co.), clothing and 

gents' furnishing goods, 561 Main, h. 101 Austin 
Fuller George S., engineer, house rear 19 Grant 
Fuller G. C. W. & Co. (George C. W. Fuller), clothing 

and gents' furnishing goods, 561 Main 
Fuller House, 27 Cherry [Main, h. 3 Inman 

Fuller James H. (Fuller & Watriss), hardware, etc., 605 
Fuller Luther, butter and eggs (14 Union Market, B.), 

house 36 Cottage 
Fuller Lyman L, provisions, 515 Main, bds. 35 Inman 
Fuller Robert N., blacksmith G. Hartness, h. 109 Garden 
Fuller Robert O., iron and steel (110 North, B.), house 

Harvard, corner Prospect 
Fuller Samuel D., provisions, 430 Broadway, h. 65 Ellery 
Fuller Sarah Mrs., house 111 Austin 
Fuller Simeon H., salesman (202 Devonshire, B.), house 

Cambridge, opp. Maple avenue 
Fuller William H., paperhanger, house 3 River 
FULLER & WATRISS (James H. Fuller and A. Whit- 
ing Watriss), hardware, furnaces, ranges, stoves, etc., 

605 Main 
Fullerton Alexander, shoemaker, house 13 Hancock 
Fullman Patrick, boots and shoes, 398 Cambridge, house 

368 do. 
Fulmore James (DeWolfe & Fulrnore), dining saloon, 165 

Broadway, house at Boston 
Fulton George W., law student H. U., r rooms 48 Holyoke 
Fulton John, painter, 408 Main, house 9 Holly 
Fulton John A., house 20 Winthrop 
Furber Edward H., house 289 Harvard 
Furbush Elias, second-hand furniture, etc., 425K Main, 

house 96 Harvard 

SPECIAL attention given to orders for Trimmings and Millinery. Best 
of work and niateiial. J. JB . C BOJIACK, 26 Temple Place, Boston. 



CAMBRIDGE [(}] DIRECTORY. 171 

Furbush Fred. B., carpenter, boards 34 Ash 

Furbush Joseph H., carpenter, house 34 Ash 

Furbush Sarah, widow, house 3 Dickinson 

Furfey Hugh, matmaker, house 12 Somerset 

Furfey Hugh P., plumber, 599£ Main, bds. 118 Brookline 

Furfey James, matmaker, Brookline, n. Erie, h. 118 do. 

Furfey Michael, matmaker, house 122 Brookline 

Furlong Atherton B., laundry, Holyoke, cor. Mt. Auburn, 

house 51 Dana 
Furlong Isaac A. (Furlong & ^illsLrd), flour and feed, 

497 Main, house at Somerville 
Furlong Stephen C, broommaker, house 408 Main 
FURLONG & WILLARD (Isaac A. Furlong and L. C. 

Willard), flour and feed, 497 Main 
Furness Hannah K., widow of William H., house 4 Arrow 
Fury Patrick, granite cutter A. C. Sanborn, h. at Charles- 
town 
Fyfe John, laborer, boards J. F. Rogers', Fresh Pond lane 

GAFFEY JAMES, teamster, boards 129 Bridge 
Gaffey John, teamster, house 129 Bridge 
Gaffey Thomas, boards 129 Bridge [erville 

Gaffigan Edward, blacksmith, rear 37 Gore, house at Som- 
Gaffhey Anthony, coflin polisher, 203 Cambridge, house 

. 214 Bridge 
Gaffney William H., clerk, 215 North av., boards 213 do. 
Gafney Elizabeth, widow of John, house 181 Bridge 
Gage Cordelia M., widow of Rudolph, h. 68 Mt. Auburn 
Gage George E., carpenter, house 27 Hamilton 
Gage George G., carpenter, house 27 Hamilton 
Gage George W., teamster, house Broadway, cor. Davis 
Gage J. Arthur, student H. IT., rooms 24 Divinity Hall 
Gage Mary Miss, nurse, boards 204 Harvard 
Gage Milton (Woodward, Gage & Co.), furniture, North 
av., near Beech, house 36 Orchard [46 Winter 

Gahm John, foreman varnisher Doe & Hunnewell, house 
Galbraith James, teamster, house rear 51 Hampshire 
Galbraith Mary, widow, house 5 Dyke 
Gale Charles, organmaker, boards 243 Franklin 
Gale Cicero C, salesman (20 Chauncy, B.), h. 63 Inman 
GALE GEORGE T., pres. Nat. City Bank, 553 Main, h. 

14 Clinton 
Gale George W., printer, house 243 Franklin 
Gale George W. (Gale & Wood), lumber, 69 Main, West 

Boston Bridge, house 330 Harvard 
Gale Justin E., principal Young Ladies school, 17 Berke- 
ley, boards 25 Kirkland 

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172 CAMBRIDGE [(}] DIRECTORY. 

Gale Priscilla, widow of Thomas, house 243 Franklin 
GALE & WOOD (George W. Gale and Wm. H. Wood), 

lumber, West Boston bridge, 69 Main 
Gallagher Edward, laborer, house rear 189 Hampshire 
Gallagher Edward, stonecutter, house 57 Charles 
Gallagher Frank, laborer, house 123 Webster avenue 
Gallagher Henry J., machinist, house 120 Otis 
Gallagher Hugh, baker, house rear 382 Cambridge 
Gallagher Hugh J., laborer, house rear 30 Gore 
Gallagher James, sailmaker, house 19 Third 
Gallagher James, milkman, house 94 Webster avenue 
Gallagher James, stonecutter, boards 5 Rogers block, Main 
Gallagher James Q., blacksmith, Cambridge, h. 12 Dunster 
Gallagher Jane 0. Mrs., house 120 Otis 
Gallagher Margaret, widow of Thomas, h. 101 Webster av. 
Gallagher Michael, laborer, house Harvey, opp. Clay 
Gallagher Neal, peddler, house 115 Fourth 
Gallagher Owen, laborer, house 51 North 
Gallagher Owen J., bookbinder, house 25 Decatur 
Gallagher Patrick, laborer, 72 Main, house 88 Fifth 
Gallagher Patrick, laborer, house Warren, corner Porter 
Gallagher Samuel, laborer, house Willow place 
Gallagher Thomas, mariner, house 101 Webster avenue 
Gallagher William, laborer, house Murray, near Brighton 
Gallagher William, carpenter, boards 134 Winsor 
Gallagher William, plasterer, house 103 Webster avenue 
Gallagher William J., clerk (30 Winter, B.), h. 120 Otis 
Gallary William, laborer, house rear 11 Valentine 
Gallivan James, provisions, 36 Sparks, house do. 
Gallivan Johanna, widow of Philip, house 116 Brookline 
Gallivan John, hostler, house 7 Willard court 
Gallivan John, laborer, house 9 Winthrop 
Gallivan John, express, 95 Spruce, house do. 
Gallivan Michael, laborer, house 194 Bridge 
Gallivan Michael, teamster Brine & Clark, h. 4 Linnehan's 

block, Third 
Gallivan Michael J., porter, house 116 Brookline [pi. 

Gallivan William, laborer B. & M. R. R., bds. 7 Lechmere 
Galvin John, laborer, house 4 Hastings 
Galvin John, laborer, house 6 Grant 
Galvin Mary, widow of John, house 5 Mill 
Galvin Michael, laborer, house 171 Norfolk 
Galvin Patrick, laborer, boards 164 Gore 
Galvin Philip J., pressman Riverside, house 114 Brookline 
Galway William, marble worker, house rear 11 Sparks 
Gambrill Richard A., law student, rooms 8 Holyoke 
Gammon Edwin E., carpenter, house 155 Main 

DRRJPDftCT 9 RflVnCM Furniture «r Upholstery Cioods, 
DAllUnUr 8 W uUIUCll, ISO Tremont Street, Boston. 



CAMBRIDGE [(}] DIRECTORY. 173 

Gammons Charles H., machinist, house Ericsson court 

Gandy Thomas, roller, house 36 Hampshire 

Ganley John, glassmaker, house 117 Spring 

Gannett John P., master mariner, house 10 Forest 

Gannett John S.. clerk (40 State, B.), boards 10 Forest 

Gannett Thomas B., boards 3 Dana 

Gannett William W., agricultural implements (49 North 

Market, B.), house 3 Dana 
Gannett William W., house 10 Frost 
Gannett William W., jr., student H. U., boards 3 Dana 
Gannon John L., painter, boards 80 Elm 
Gannon Patrick, mason, house 80 Elm 
Gannon Peter J., mason, boards 80 Elm 
Gannon Thomas, laborer, house Portland, cor. Harvard 
Gannon Thomas, mason, house 84 Elm 
Gardiner George C, cutter (B.), h. 11 Rogers blk., Main 
Gardiner George W., china decorator ^B.), boards 11 

Rogers block, Main 
Gardiner James M., student H. IT., rooms 467 Broadway 
Gardiner Robert H., student H. IT., rooms 15 Hollis ITall 
Gardiner Wm. A., hatter (B.), bds. 11 Rogers blk., Main 
Gardner Benjamin R., shoe-laster (57 High, B.), house 8 

Eighth 
Gardner Charles B., railroad contractor, h. 17 Mt. Auburn 
Gardner Charles W., blacksmith, Mt. Auburn, nearly opp. 

Sparks, house rear 241 Mt. Auburn 
Gardner David A., glassblower, boards 97 Gore 
Gardner Eben S., clerk, 207 Cambridge, h. at Cha'stown 
Gardner Edward, coachdriver, boards 108 Cambridge 
Gardner Elisha P., expressman, house 72 Sixth 
Gardner Elizabeth, widow of David, house 97 Gore 
Gardner George E., fish market (Merrimac, cor. Travers, 

B.), house 81 Broadway 
Gardner George P., student H. IT., rooms 22 Little's block 
Gardner James, hostler, house rear 163 Bridge 
Gardner Jethro, cooper, house 106 Otis [Otis 

Gardner John C , engineer B. & L. & N. R. R., bds. 106 
Gardner John L., traveling salesman, 503 Main, boards 77 

Washington [do. 

Gardner John W., baker, 196 and 207 Cambridge, h. 194 
Gardner Leavitt, house 52 Pleasant 
Gardner Margaret E., fancy goods and periodicals, 115 

Cambridge, house 93 Gore 
Gardner Mary Jackson Mrs., house 9 Dana 
Gardner Mary E., widow, house 3 Austin place 
Gardner Mary E., widow of Miles, house 15 Decatur 
Gardner Mary J. Mrs., house 410 Harvard 

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174 CAMBRIDGE [(}] DIRECTORY. 

Gardner Mercy W., widow of Stephen, house 88 Auburn 
Gardner Morris D., boards 88 Auburn 
Gardner Peter, laborer, house 269 Cambridge 
Gardner Richard, laborer, house rear 90 Harvard 
Gardner Samuel B., cooper (28 India sq., B.), h. p 10 Lake 
Gardner William S. (25 Central wharf, B.), bds. 10 Lake 
Garigan Almira L., widow of B. J., house 72 Fourth 
Garigan Ellen Mrs., ale, beer, etc., 175 Bridge, house do. 
Garland Gilman B., painter, house 1 Washington 
Garman S. W., student Museum Comparative Zoology, 

rooms Zoological Hall 
Garrey John, commercial traveler, house 8 Third 
Garrigan Lawrence, blacksmith, house 242 Franklin 
Garrison Frank J., clerk Riverside Press, house at Boston 

Highlands 
Garrison George T., wool merchant (18 Matthews, B.), 

house 96 Franklin 
Garrity James, building mover, house rear 49 Harvard 
Garrity John, teamster Appleton Hubbard, house Beaver, 

corner Cowperthwait 
Garrity Michael, laborer, house 112 Brookline 
Garry Thomas, laborer, house 31 Rice 
Gartland Patrick, laborer, boards 377 Cambridge 
Garvey John, stonecutter A. C. Sanborn & Co., house at 

South Boston 
Garvin Terrance, printer, house 2 Broadway 
Garvin Thomas, laborer, boards 128 Bridge 
Garvin William, ornamental carver, house 17 Hewes 
Garvin William E., compositor, boards 17 Hewes 
Gaskil Edward, papeihanger, boards 65 Pleasant 
Gately James, laborer, house 1 Cowperthwait 
Gately John, marbleworker, house 49 Amory 
Gately Peter, marblepolisher, 45 Main, house 49 Amory 
Gately Thomas, laborer, house 105 Kinnaird 
Gates Sally, widow of Henry, house 23 William 
Gates William H., painter, 19 River, house 23 William 
Gatons John, silverplater (71 Sudbury, B.), h. 26 Fifth 
Gatz William, cabinetmaker, house 73 Gore 
Gaudelet Alfred Mrs., house 302 Harvard 
Gaudelet William, clerk, boards 302 Harvard 
Gaughan John, cabinetmaker, house rear 89 Sixth 
Gaughan Winnifred, widow, house rear 89 Sixth 
Gaul Russell, porter, house 50 Washington 
Gaul Simon, carpenter, house 166 Main 
Gaulrapp Frank, saloon and boardinghouse, 440 North 

avenue, house do. [99 Pleasant 

Gault Benjamin F., real estate agent and builder, house 

Crape Veils, ^ZlX^JXosToZ™' J. B. Cromack. 



CAMBRIDGE [(}] DIRECTORY. 175 

Gauthier Alexander, carpenter, house 6 Portland 
Gavin David, carpenter, house 267 Cambridge 
Gavin Edward, laborer, house 97 Fifth 
Gavin William, laborer, house 103 Fourth 
Gavin William, carver, house 17 Putnam avenue 
Gaw James, in American Tube Works (Somerville), house 
3 Stinson court [Hotel, house do. 

Gay Almon D., physician, North avenue, near Porter's 
Gay Charles A., assistant city messenger, office City Hall, 

house 4 South 
Gay Edward D. F., salesman (20 Tremont row, B.), 

house 122 Green 
Gay Elizabeth widow of William F., house 139 Austin 
Gay Emma F., widow of Manly, house 26 River 
Gay Frank M., tuner M. & H. Organ Co. 
Gay Franklin (Franklin Gay & Co.), real estate, etc., 583 

Main, house 139 Austin 
Gay Franklin & Co. (Franklin Gay), real estate and in- 
surance agents, 583 Main 
Gay Harriet A., widow of Joel W., house 69 Putnam av. 
Gay Howard, hairdresser, 431 Main, boards 390 do. 
Gay Joseph, billiard rooms, h. 69 Putnam av. 
Gay Oliver B., quarryrnan, boards 12 Pearl 

Gay , coachdriver, boards 3 Fifth 

Gayetty Lorenzo C, boards rear 310 Harvard 

Gaylord Edson D., dentist (129 Tremont, B.), house 21 

Worcester 
Gaytons Bernard, teapeddler, house 163 Spring 
Gear Samuel W., foreman Dover Stamping Co., boards 

108 Magazine 
Geddes Alice Mrs., boards 1 Pleasant 
Geelert Eli, brickmaker, house Walden, cor. Dublin 
Geldowsky Ferdinand, furniture manufacturer, Otis, cor. 
First, office (107 Wash., B.), h. at Boston Highlands 
Gellman Charles, cigarmaker, 67 Sixth, bds. 12 Winter 
Gendreau Frank, foreman Collins & Turner's brickyard, 

house Walden, near Concord avenue 
Geoghegan Frank, cigarmaker, house 114 Washington 
Geohring James, lawstudent, rooms 10 Mellen 
George Obadiah R., house 375 Cambridge 
George Harvey, house 104 Otis 
George James P., boxmaker, house 51 Pine 
Gerald Alfred, potter A. H. Hews& Co., bds. J. Authier's, 

Crescent avenue 
Gergler Rudolf, engineer, Thorndike, cor. Eighth, bds. do. 
GERINGER RICHARD, cabinetmaker and upholster- 
er, 636 Main, house 114 Auburn 

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176 CAMBRIDGE [(}] DIRECTORY. 

Germaine David, laborer, house 19 Tuttle 

Gerrish Frederick, blacksmith, house 7 Eighth 

Gerrish Mary A., widow of Samuel, h. 104 Allston 

Gerrish Peter, upholsterer, house 69 Sixth 

Gerry Frederick A., house 89 North avenue 

Gerry James, cooper, house Bell court, near Allston 

Gerry John, laborer, house Sidney, cor. Allston 

Gerry John, jr., blacksmith, house Sidney, cor. Allston 

Gerry John W., horseshoer, Elm, cor. Tenney, house do. 

Gerry Joseph, laborer, house 125 Third 

Gerry Patrick, laborer, house rear 3 Short 

Gerry Warren A., bookkeeper (15 John, B.), boards 89 

North avenue 
Gerstlauer Catherine, widow, house 106 Third 
Gerstlauer Daniel, baker, 67 Gore, house do. 
Gerstlauer Frederick, baker, 106 Third, house do. 
Gerstlauer William, baker, bds. Seventh, cor. Cambridge 
Gertz William EL, detective, h. Wallace, near Garden 
Getchell Elihu B., confectionery and employment office, 

29 Central square, house 86 Pleasant 
Gethens Patrick, laborer, house 222 Franklin [Fourth 
Gethner Gilmore, tinplate worker, 57 Cambridge, house 80 
Getting Thomas, laborer, house 4 Washington 
Gfroerer Charles, carver Doe & Hunnewell, bds. at Boston 
Gibbons John Rev., asst. pastor St. Peter's church, house 

29 Buckingham 
Gibbons John P., bartender, 92 Mt. Auburn, h. 54 Sixth 
Gibbs Amory B., boards 30 Madison 

Gibbs Amory T., assistant secretary H. IT., h. 30 Madison 
Gibbs Benjamin F , painter, bds. 4 Symond's blk., DeWolf 
Gibbs Benjamin W., watches and jewelry, 593 Main, bds. 

615 do. 
Gibbs Edward D., poultry dealer, house 253^ Decatur 
Gibbs Fred. T., clerk (40 Court sq., B.), bds. 26 Suffolk 
Gibbs Herbert R., proofreader Riverside, house 141 Pearl 
Gibbs James H., conductor U. R. Co., boards rear 102 

Putnam avenue 
Gibbs Maria A., widow of William, house White, n. Elm 
Gibbs Phineas C, expressman, house 26 Suffolk 
Gibbs Stephen S., conductor U. R. Co., house rear 102 

Putnam avenue 
Gibbs William, house Foster court 

Gibbs Wolcott, Rumford professor II. U., house at Boston 
Gibson Eliza H. Mrs., dry and fancy goods, 549 Main, h. 

36 Western avenue 
Gibson E. P. Mrs., house 49 Oxford 
Gibson George, sailmaker, boards 59 Brookline 

BANCROFT & BOYDEff, 

180 TK-raJVLONT iSX. 



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CAMBRIDGE [(}] DIRECTORY. 177 

Gibson Henry, gardener, house rear 42 Norfolk 
Gibson John, laborer, house 5 Eustis court, near Oxford 
Gibson Joseph, 549 Main, house 36 Western avenue 
Gibson Joseph C, law student H. U., rooms 713 Cambridge 
Gibson Joseph P., clerk, 549 Main, h. 36 Western avenue 
Gibson Matthew B., paperhanger, house 72 Cambridge 
Gibson Robert, baker, 15 River, boards rear 6 Lopez 
Gibson Stephen B., polisher, house 54 Fifth 
Gibson Victor T., brasstinisher, 368 Main, bds. 52 Sidney 
Gibson William, supt. Cambridge Gas Works, h. 768 Main 
Gibson William, servant, house 44 Garden 
Gibson William T., policeman, house 11 Willard 
Giddings Samuel, livery stable, Columbia, n. Cambridge, 

house do. 
Gifford Robinson, hostler, boards rear 111 Cambridge 
Gifford William, molder, boards 177 Harvard 
Gilbert Adrian L., confectionery, etc., 459)^ Main, house 

at Allston 
Gilbert Alice Mrs., house 19 Tremont 
Gilbert Avery B., florist, Hancock, house 38 Ellery 
Gilbert Benj. F., bank clerk (61 State, B.), h. 27 Inman 
Gilbert Charles H., dentist, house 6 Tufts 
Gilbert Ellery, cook (Parker House, B.), house 17 Lopez 
Gilbert Franklin, boards 27 Inman 
Gilbert Harriet, widow of Henry, house 77 River 
Gilbert James, teamster F. C. Waitte, h. 1 Webster av. 
Gilbert James, tailor, house 18 River 
Gilbert J. Mrs., dressmaker, 18 River, house do. 
Gilbert James L., foreman S. S. Hamill, h. 87 Cambridge 
Gilbert Joseph A., tinsmith, house 4 Rogers blk., Main 
Gilbert William F., painter, house rear 72 Inman 
Gilbraux Frank, cooper, boards Carson, cor. Gore 
Gilbraux Richard, brickmaker, house Clifton 
Gilchrist Frank, actionmaker M. & H. Organ Co. 
Gilcreas Charles S., salesman (117 Devonshire, B.), house 

120 Magazine 
Gilcreas D. Austin (Gilcreas & Chisholm), carpenter, Elm, 

near Cambridge, house 57 Franklin 
Gilcreas & Chisholm (D. Austin Gilcreas and Colin Chis- 
holm), carpenters, Elm, near Cambridge 
Gilder Robert F., painter, boards 5 Rockwell 
Giles S., driver TJ. R. Co., rooms 5 South 
Giles Thomas E., blacksmith, house 3 Oak 
Gilkey George E., clerk, 225 North av., house 212 do. 
Gill Annie Miss, dressmaker, 59 Brattle, boards do. 
Gill Christopher C. Mrs., house 74 Thorndike 
Gill Edward, laborer, house 3 Foster's block, Main 

rAtlUl UVhKuUAllNuu, I>olton Block, 430 Harvard Street. 
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178 CAMBRIDGE [(]] DIRECTORY. 

Gill John, at Holyoke store, 458 Harvard, h. 32 Ash 

Gill Joseph H., carpenter, house 105 Garden 

Gill Joseph W., clerk (54 Green, B.), h. 8 Second st. ct. 

Gill Peter F., clothes-cleanser, house 98 Harvard 

Gillam Alfred, laborer, house 1 Norfolk court 

Gillam Charles H., coal and wood, 387 Cambridge, house 

Norfolk court 
Gillam John E., at B. F. Preston's, house Norfolk court 
Gillam Francis, bootmaker, house rear 41 Charles 
Gillan John, grocer, 242 Cambridge, house do. 
Gillespie James E., machinist, 174 Broadway, h. Moore 
Gillette George A., bookkeeper (94 F. H. Market, B.), 

boards 20 Board man 
Gillies John P., clerk (Pearl, corner Franklin, B.) house 

40 Mount Auburn 
Gilligan James, laborer, house 164 Norfolk 
Gilligan John, laborer, house 113 Elm 
Gilligan John H., furniture mover, h. Fourth, cor. Bridge 
Gilligan Patrick, laborer, house 126 Prospect 
Gilligan Patrick J., carpenter, house 2 Spring place 
Gilligan Thomas, machinist, house 79 Gore 
Gillis Charles, brassfinisher, boards 61 Charles 
Gillis Patrick, carpenter, boards 61 Charles 
Gillis Patrick, laborer, house 261 Mt. Auburn 
Gillis William K., merchant tailor (409 Washington, B.), 

house 70 North avenue 
Gillmann Charles, cigarmaker, boards 12 Winter 
Gilloran Patrick, fishdealer, house 163 Spring 
Gilman Arthur, sec. and treas. (American Tract Society, 

381 Washington, B.), house 11 Mason 
Gilman Charles H, pickle manufacturer (64 Commercial, 

B.), house 49 Hamilton 
Gilman Edward, grocer, 9 Reed, near Spruce, house do. 
Gilman Francis B., clerk Mer. Nat. Bank (28 State, B.), 

house 27 Ellery [Cambridge 

Gilman Frank N., clerk B. L. & N. R. R. (B.), house 103 
Gilman John W., clerk (Oliver, B.), bds. 345 Harvard 
Gilman Nathaniel (64 Commercial, B.), h. 4 Upton 
Gilman Samuel, marbleworker J. McNamee, h. at Boston 
Gilman William A. (Custom House, B.), h. 345 Harvard 
Gilman William B., organmaker G. Woods & Co. 
Gilman W. Edwin, clerk (18 India, B.), bds. 345 Harvard 
Gilmartin James J., schoolteacher, h. 7 Rogers blk., Main 
Gilmore David, mariner, house Gray place 
Gilmore Henry H., supt. Boston rolling mill, Portland st., 

house 26 Clinton 
Gilmore W. S., carpenter, house rear 27 Sixth 

CTT V INT! Vfll Vl?T PflNNffTC Made to order, and warranted to suit, at 
OlLilV halt lUblM DUmlEilj CftOMACK'S, 26 Temple Place, Boston. 



CAMBRIDGE [(}] DIRECTORY. 179 

Gilmour Arthur, potter A. H. Hews & Co., boards J. 

Authier's, Crescent avenue 
Gilraour William J., brassfinisher, house 128 Pearl 
Gingras Leon, carpenter, house 124 Dublin 
Ginty Michael, boilermaker, 92 Main, h. 95 Harvard 
Girard Ernest, civil engineer and surveyor, City Engi- 
neer's office, City Hall, boards 25 Western avenue 
Girard Lewis F., sterotyper Riverside, h. 25 Western av. 
Giraud Marius, currier, h. Harvey, near Jackson 
Girdler Samuel K., boots and shoes (31 South, B.), house 

5 Plymouth 
Gladinich John T., plumber, boards 198 Cambridge 
Glancy John, mason, house 123 Webster avenue 
Glancy Patrick, cabinetmaker, boards 35 Cambridge 
Glass Charles, sawyer, boards 98 Austin 
Glass John, mechanic, house 116 Western avenue 
Glass John H, sawyer G. Woods & Co., bds. 84 Austin 
Glass Leroy D., carpenter, boards 106 Columbia 
Glass Richard, jigsawyer, house §h% Western avenue 
Glass William, carpenter, house 20 Mt. Auburn 
Glazier George M. (81 Summer, B.), h. 19 Ellsworth av. 
Gleason Catherine, widow of John, house 14 North 
Gleason Hannah Miss, teacher High school, boards 104 

Ellery 
Gleason John H., varnisher, boards 14 North 
Gleason Michael, coremaker, boards 38 Union 
Gleason Patrick, laborer, house 38 Union 
Glen David, printer University Press, h. 73 Concord av. 
Glen John, cabinetmaker, house 10 Fourth 
Glen Thomas, tinsmith, house 3 Eaton 
Glennen William, graniteworker A. McDonald, house at 

Belmont 
Glidden Clinton S., clerk C. W. Sever, bds. at Brighton 
Glines Hiram, boards rear 110 Main 
Glines John A., coffee grinder (2 Haymarket sq., B.), h. 

24 East " [22 Lake 

Glover Frederick C, watchmaker (114 Tremont, B.), bds. 
Glover Henry R. (129 Friend, B.), h. 13 Waterhouse 
Glynn Andrew, blacksmith, boards 327 Cambridge 
Glynn Dennis, laborer, house 112 Brookline 
Glynn James F., molder, house 10 Myrtle place 
Glynn Lawrence, blacksmith, house 327 Cambridge 
Goddard John, pressman, house 22 Hancock 
Goddard Mary C. C, teacher High school, boards 13 Mt. 

Auburn 
Godfrey Benj. F., cooper, house 143 Gore 
Godfrey George, laborer, house 62 Hastings 

STYLISH SUITINGS. 480 «SffiK 1 »SEr*' C. H. BILLINGS. 



180 CAMBRIDGE [(}] DIRECTORY. 

Godfrey John, teamster, house 5 Union 

Godfrey John, machinist, 368 Main 

Godfrey John G., watchman, house 28 Cherry 

Goding Ellen, widow, house 92 Webster avenue 

Goding William, ivoryturner, house 123)£ Winsor 

Godkin Edwin L., editor, house 59 Kirkland 

Godsland George (Hnrrell & Godsland), crockery, etc., 

441 Main, h. 11 Watson 
Godsoe Charles M., house Foster court 
Goehring John M., lawstudent, boards 10 Mellen 
Goepper Bros. (William and Gustavus), barrel dealers, 138 

Gore [93 Thorndike 

Goepper Gustavus (Goepper Bros.), barrel dealer, house 
Goepper John, helper, boards 93 Thorndike 
Goepper Wilhelmina, widow of John, bds. 93 Thorndike 
Goepper William (Goepper Bros.), barrel dealer, house 93 

Thorndike 
Goettinger John, lawstudent, boards 46 Trowbridge 
Goff George, tinsmith Boston Stamping Works, boards 

8 Broadway 
Goggin James H., carpenter, house 27 Grant 
Goines Joseph H., hairdresser, 3 Broadway, h. at Boston 
Golden Bridget Mrs., boardinghouse, 5 Rogers blk., Main 
Golden Christopher Mrs., house 9 Murdock 
Golden James F., saloon, 339 Cambridge, house 337 do. 
Golden Sarah E., teacher Harvard grammar school, room 

14, boards 465 Broadway 
Goldsmith Wm. H., bookbinder Riverside, h. 31 Kinnaird 
Goldspring Edward, compositor, house 3 Baldwin court 
Goldspring John, laborer, house 105 Kinnaird 
Goldspring John, laborer, house 48 Portland 
Goldspring Timothy, plasterer, house rear 11 Sparks 
Goldspring William, laborer, house Bay, near Kinnaird 
Goldthwait Charles, tinsmith, 8 Brattle, boards B. T. 

Moore's, Langdon [29 Market 

Goldthwait Francis, actionmaker M. & H. Organ Co., h. 
Goldthwait Joseph, varnisher, house 94 Third 
Goldthwait Lydia, widow of Alexander, h. 50 Hamilton 
Goloffsky Antoine, laborer, boards 57 Gore 
Goloffsky Joseph, laborer, boards 57 Gore 
Gomez Antonio, oilfinisher, house 35 Vine 
Gonier Peter, laborer, house 37 Sargent 
Gooch Frank A., assistant in the chemical Laboratory H. 

IT., bds. 2 Mt. Auburn 
Gooch Joshua G., lumber (Brighton), h. 2 Mt. Auburn 
Gooch Nathan G., lumber (Brighton), also coal (13 Kil- 

by, B.), h. 3 Fayerweather 

BANCROFT & BOIDEN, Un 7 n r /]io P p :k„ „ n J flpflrilpQ The best in the world. 
Manufacturers of JldZidl U a 01 1U0 dllU 01 dUlGB 180 Treniont St., Boston 



CAMBKIDGE [(}] DIRECTORY. 181 

Good Bridget, widow, house 41 Jefferson 
Good Jeremiah, clerk (307 Wash., B.), h. 102 Gore 
Good John, sawyer M. & H. Organ Co. 
Good John P., woodturner, house 18 Bay- 
Good Mary, widow, house 102 Gore 
Good Thomas, laborer, house 102 Gore 
Good Thomas F., sawyer M. & H. Organ Co., boards 27 

Union 
Good Timothy, laborer, house 27 Union 
Good Timothy J., jr., woodturner, house 27 Union 
Goodale George L., assistant professor of Vegetable Phys- 
iology and instructor in Botany H. U., h. .68 Sparks 
Goodell Darwin C, tuner M. & H. Organ Co. 
Gooclell John S., signpainter (75 Devonshire, B.), house 

12 Lake 

Goodell R. W. Mrs., house 28 William 
Goodfellow S. Percival, brassfinisher, house 99 Spring 
Goodhue John B., machinist, house 6 Portland 
Goodnow Freeman C, marine clerk, h. 132 Magazine 
Goodnow Geo. W., grocer, Norfolk, cor. Harvard, house 

18 Tremont 
Goodnow Joseph, lumberdealer (294 Causeway, B.), h. 

336 Broadway 
Goodnow Luvia Miss, teacher Otis school, boards Hotel 

Cambridge 
Goodnow Nancy, widow of Luther, h. 30 Concord av. 
Goodnow Thomas, house 51 Sixth 
Goodrich Augustus, organmaker, boards 44 Holyoke 
Goodrich Charles A., foreman J. P. Squire & Co., house 

15 Squire's court 
Goodrich Charles H., brassfinisher, boards 52 Putnam av. 
Goodrich Charles N. (7 Exchange pi., B.), boards 309 

Broadway 
Goodrich Elijah D., 555 Main and (7 Exchange pi., B.), 

house 309 Broadway 
Goodrich George H., expressman (B.), house 86 Allston 
Goodrich Henry, student H. U., rooms 7 Summer 
Goodrich Silas, house 7 Summer 
Goodrich Wilbur F., civil engineer (7 Court sq., B.), bds. 

15 Squire's court 
Goodridge Alfred M., grocer (75 Com'l, B.), bds. 26 Lee 
Goodridge Ambrose H., house 48 Cherry 
Goodridge Charles F., grocer (75 Commercial, B.), house 

13 Hancock 

Goodridge Charles E., clerk (40 Court, B.), bds. 48 Cherry 
Goodridge Nancy, widow of Frederick, house 26 Lee 
Goodridge William H., clerk (75 Com'l, B.), bds. 26 Lee 

Satisfaction- Guaranteed ^SolStSfSE*?- CAMBRIDGE. 



182 CAMBRIDGE [(}] DIRECTORY. 

Goodridge Oliver H., printer J. Wilson & Son, boards 48 

Cherry 
Goodrow Eli E., janitor Zoological Museum, h. 114 Oxford 
Goodwillie James M., printer, house 5 Suffolk 
Goodwin Frank, counsellor (30 Court, B.), h. 20 Lowell 
Goodwin George E., engineer Riverside, house 15 Hewes 
Goodwin Hersey B. (15 India, B.), house 8 Follen 
Goodwin James, in glass works, house 43 Winter 
Goodwin John, bartender, 165 Cambridge, boards 165 do. 
Goodwin John, public carriage (B.), house 233 Broadway 
Goodwin John A., m. d., apothecary, 155 North avenue, 

near R. R. bridge, house White, corner Elm 
Goodwin Stephen Franklin, silversmith (8 Province ct., 

B.), house 7 Seventh street court 
Goodwin William W., Eliot professor of Greek literature 

H. XL, house 5 Follen 
Googins Eben H., traveling salesman, 503 Main, h. 499 do. 
Googins George A., traveling salesman, 503 Main, boards 

499 do. 
Googins Thomas B., bookkeeper, house 96 Winsor 
Googins William, carpenter, house 69 Inman 
Gookin Frank L., compositor, house 13 Brewer 
Gordon Charles E., cabinetmaker, house 13 School 
Gordon Daniel P. (D. P. Gordon & Co.), real estate, 593K 

Main, house 10 Florence [Main 

Gordon D. P. & Co. (Daniel P. Gordon), real estate, 593>£ 
Gordon Frank, house 237 Broadway 
Gordon George, hostler, boards 57 River 
Gordon George A., bartender Ross House, 7 Broadway, 

boards do. 
Gordon James, compositor Riverside, boards 17 Wyeth 
Gordon James, tinpeddler, house 20 Decatur 
Gordon John, compositor J. Wilson & Son, house 17 

Charles River 
Gordon John M., bookbinder, boards 17 Charles River 
Gordon John W., driver U. R. Co., bds. r. 5 Harvard sq. 
Gordon Thomas M., machinist, house 75 Third 
Gordon William, masticroofer, house 33 Auburn 
Gordon William, proofreader J. Wilson & Son, house 50 

Holyoke 
Gore Avery W., junkdealer (164 Canal, B.), house 128 

Magazine 
Gore David (David Gore & Son), paver and railroad con- 
tractor, 228 to 232 Third, house at Reading 
GORE DAVID & SON, (David and Frank D. Gore;, 

pavers and railroad contractors, 228 to 232 Third, 

office (room 6 Traveller building, State, B.) 

OSTRICH FElTBEHST^.^iS^S&iff'J.B. CROMACK 



CAMBRIDGE [(}] DIRECTORY. 183 

Gore Frank D. (David Gore & Son), paver, 228 to 232 

Third, house 61 Market 
Gore Thomas, teamster, boards 51 Sixth 
Gore William paver, house 2 Baldwin's ct., rear 97 Main 
Gorham Alfred, bookkeeper Everett National Bank (66 

State, B.), house 22 Western avenue 
Gorham Warner A., truckman, house 8 Avon 
Gorman Francis jr., teacher, rooms 14 Plympton 
Gorman James, tinsmith, house 108 Third 
Gorman John, printer (Wright & Potter, B.), boards 144 

Mt. Auburn 
Gorman John, house 226 Bridge 
Gorman John, junkdealer, house 134 Columbia 
Gorman Keyren C, teamster, boards 16 Somerset 
Gorman Nancy Miss, house 55 Charles 
Gorman Timothy, laborer, house 16 East 
Gormley Ann, widow of John, house Willow place 
Gormley James, stairbuilder (37 Haverhill, B.), house 26 

Carson 
Gormley J ohn, laborer, house 62 Hastings 
Gormley Joseph, machinist, 368 Main 
Gorton Amos O., expressman, house 134 Thorndike 
Gorton Samuel M., carpenter, house 4 Summer 
Goss Abiel, com. mer. (235 State, B.), boards 67 Otis 
Gottlob Samuel, drygoods and clothing, 34 Harvard, h. do. 
Gough Mary, widow of James, house 78 Bolton 
Gould Albert, carpenter, house 37 Washington 
Gould Alfred B., woodmolder, 77 Main, h. 37 Washington 
Gould Allen W., tutor in Greek and Latin H. XL, rooms 

13 Mt. Auburn 
Gould Charles E., U. S. gauger (62 Water, Charlestown), 

house 211 Harvard [rence Hall 

Gould Edwin W., student Ep. Theo. Sem., rooms 2 Law- 
Gould Frank C, watchmaker (Washington, cor. West, B.), 

boards 44 Shepard 
Gould Frederick L. (15 Kilby, B.), house 10 Dana 
Gould George W., paper ruler, boards 87 Pearl 
Gould Gustavus F. Mrs., house 50 Columbia [bia 

Gould Gustavus O., clerk (23 Dock sq., B.), bds. 50 Colum- 
Gould Henry, painter, house 77 Spring 
Gould Homer, sawyer G. Woods & Co., bds. 22 Brookline 
Gould Reuben B. H., laborer, house 22 East 
Gould Robert, house 147 Cambridge 
Gould Robert H., student, boards 147 Cambridge 
Gould Sarah M., widow of Albert H., h. 159 Thorndike 
Gould William, teamster, house 49 North 
Gould William, baker, 912 Main, house at Somerville 

REPAIRING "'"WJ^ri,^*' CAMBRIDGE, 



184 CAMBRIDGE [(}] DIEECTORT. 

Gould William F., teamster, house 167 Broadway 

Goulding James, laborer, house McCabe 

Goullaud Louis P., music dealer (86 Tremont, B.), house 

92% In man 
Gourlay John S., printer (Washington, D. C.),h. 19 Perry 
Go van David (Go van & Cochran), organ casemaker, 160 

Broadway, house 102 Hampshire 
Govan & Cochran (David Govan and John Cochran),, or- 
gan casemakers Mason & Hamlin Organ Co., 160 
Broadway 
Gove Abiel, cooper, house 58 Putnam avenue 
Gove A. S., house 164 Pleasant 

Gove Calvin, provisions, 565 Main, house 20 Cottage 
GOVE CHARLES S., soda and mineral water manufac- 
turer (30 Canal, B.), house 28 Warland 
Gove Ezra C, apothecary, Main, junction Washington, 

bouse 1 Rogers block, Main 
Gove Ira L., cabinetmaker, house 49 Winsor 
Grace Joseph, laborer, house rear 131 Third 
Grace William, baker Win. Wright, house 233 Franklin 
Grady Albert W., upholsterer Worcester Bros., rooms 24 

Holyoke 
Grady Catherine, widow of Joseph, house rear 30 Gore 
Grady Frank, boards rear 30 Gore 
Grady Martin, horseshoer, 133 Main, house 8 Hastings 
Grady Mary, widow of William, house 188 Harvard 
Graf Caroline, widow, house 99 Main 
Graf Theobald, upholsterer, 77 Main, house 99 do. 
Gragg George F., action maker M. & H. Organ Co. 
Gragg Moses, action maker M. & H. Organ Co. 
Gragg Moses H., at M. & H. Organ Co., h. 24 Antrim 
Graham Bernard, boilermaker, 92 Main, house Willow 

place, near Cambridge 
Graham Dennis, mason, boards 66 Vine 
Graham Francis, boards 102 Winsor 
Graham James, laborer, house 6 Fourth [River 

Graham John, saloon (133 Milk, B.), rooms 6 Charles 
Graham Malcom, pressman Riverside, house 5 Daye court 
Graham Patrick, laborer, house 91 Brookline 
Graham Thomas, painter, house 241 Mt. Auburn 
Graham Thomas A., mason, house 93 Norfolk 
Graham William Rev., clergyman (Ferdinand, cor. Isa- 
bella, B.), house 57 Third 
Granbom Gustoff, laborer, house 22 Pioneer avenue 
Grandy Henry E., machinist, house 19 Suffolk 
Graney Michael, teamster, house 12 Decatur 
Granger James, clerk (454 Wash., B.), house 96 Gore 

Parlor, Drawing-Koom, and Library DPTJUTVITUIIE, 
BAJfCJROFT & BOYBEN, 180 Tremont St., BOSTOJT. 



CAMBRIDGE [Q-] DIRECTORY. 185 

Granger John H. s varnisher W. L. Lockhart, h. 198 Bridge 
Granger Mary, widow of Patrick, house 198 Bridge 
Granger Stephen, upholsterer, boards 198 Bridge 
Granger Thomas, upholsterer, house 198 Bridge 
Grant Alfred S., bookbinder, house 107 Columbia 
Grant Amelia, widow, house 286 Broadway- 
Grant Charles, house 30K River 
Grant Daniel A., carpenter, house 242 Cambridge 
Grant Elizabeth, widow of Nathan W., h. r. 107 Spring 
Grant Emma F., widow of John A., house 467 Main 
Grant E. A. Mrs., widow, chairseater, house 108 Spring 
Grant George, stonecutter, boards 35 Cambridge 
Grant James (Grant <fc Mann), cabinetmaker, 78 Main, 

house 50 Union 
Grant James, stonecutter, boards 9 Brewer 
Grant James H., boards- 133 Spring 
Grant Joseph, pianoforte keymaker, boards 390 Main 
Grant Marcus M., bookbinder, house 12 Sidney 
Grant Matthew H., teamster, house 133 Spring 
Grant Thomas, laborer, house 60 Hastings 
Grant & Mann (James Grant and James F. Mann), cabi- 
netmakers and upholsterers, 78 Main 
Granville Joseph, machinist, boards 22 Brookline 
GRAVES CYRUS E., mattressmaker, feather bed reno- 
vator, etc., 3 River, house 26 Prince 
Graves George, jr., agent for State Temperance Alliance 

(36 Bromfield, B.), house 160 Thorndike 
Graves George A., printer, house 22 Prince 
Graves George W., organ-actionmaker G. Woods & Co., 

boards 22 Prince 
Graves Rufus E., conductor U. R. Co., boards 1 Oak 
Graves William H., keyfinisher, 139 Broadway, house 16^ 
Mill [Garden, near Linnsean 

Gray Asa, Fisher Professor of Natural History H. U., h. 
Gray Charles, house 123 Washington 
Gray Charlotte, widow of Edward K., h. Sands, cor. Banks 
Gray Elizabeth Miss, house 107 Green 
Gray George A., hairdresser house 104 Harvard 
Gray Henry, plasterer (B.), house 329 Main 
Gray Horace J.,»deputy collector Internal Revenue (P. O. 

building, B.), house 19 Webster avenue 
Gray Isabella, widow, house 70 Harvard 
Gray James, boilermaker, house 126 Green 
Gray John C., house Brattle, corner Fresh Pond lane 
Gray John L., laborer, boards 54 Washington 
Gray Peter, seaman, house Plymouth, n. Webster avenue 
Gray Peter, tinsmith (B.), house Groveland, near Spruce 

C. H. BILLINGS, ««• COLLEGE TAILOR. 



186 CAMBRIDGE [(}] DIRECTORY. 

Gray Rebecca Miss, house 107 Green 

Gray Reginald, student H. U., rooms 6 North avenue 

Gray Stephen, clerk, house 142 Harvard 

Gray Truman N., agent, house 88 School 

Gray William, house 59 Auburn 

Grayson Peter, steam and gaspipe fitter, house 60 North 

Grazaini Baptiste, cabinetmaker, house 3 Gore place 

Grazaini Louis, plaster molder, house rear 26 Vine 

Greany John (231 Washington, B.), h. 9 Rogers blk., Main 

Greco Letterio C., hairdresser, 3 Essex, house 21 do. 

Greely Leander (Hancock & Greely), carpenter, 113 

Broadway, house 13 Pleasant 
Greely Philip Mrs., house 13 Centre [Centre 

Greely Philip T., inspector (Custom House, B.), house 13 
Green Abraham M., carpenter, house 71 Allston 
Green Albert P., mason, boards 50 Cherry 
Green Alfred, printer, house Deacon, corner Dock 
Green Alfred, laborer, house 134 Western avenue 
Green Allen M., clerk at Walworth's, (B.), h. 71 Allston 
Green Andrew J., city assessor, office City Hall, house 28 

Second 
Green Ansil W., house 27 Brighton [Harvard 

Green Catherine, widow of William, house Sixth, corner 
Green Charles, tobacco (127 Cambridge, B.), h. 15 Hollis 
Green Charles A., carver G. Woods & Co., boards 66 

Columbia 
Green Charles A., compositor Riverside, house 6 DeWolf 
Green Charles G., clerk (36 Hawley, B.), bds. 6 DeWolf 
Green Chauncy, brushmaker, house 265 Cambridge 
Green Frank P., gardener, boards 14 Reed 
Green Frederick, laborer, house 202 Cambridge 
Green Henry T., printer Riverside, house 33 Washington 
Green James, laborer, boards 245 Broadway 
Green James D., house 8 Story 

Green John, shoemaker, 119 Gore, house do. [Allston 
Green John S., organmaker G. Woods & Co., house 71 
Green John W., teamster, house 87 Pearl 
Green Joseph W., bouse 27 Harvey 
Green Josiah N. (Russell & Green), furniture, etc., 535 

Main, house 23 Suffolk 
Green Lewis, laborer, house 1 Norfolk court 
Green Nicholas St. John, attorney at law (18 Beacon, B.), 

house 8 Story 
Green Oscar F., stairbuilder, r. 579 Main, h. QQ Columbia 
Green Patrick, laborer, house 51 Vine 
Green Philip, painter, house 4 Cowperthwait 
Green Thomas, fireman, house 57 Charles 

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Also, all kinds of 

IIS 1 KEROSENE FIXTURES, 

TIN, COPPER, AND SHEET IRON WORK 

executed at short notice. 

TIN ROOFING, AND ROOFS REPAIRED. 

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AND JOBBING JPE03IPTIT ATTENDED TO. 

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CAMBRIDGE [(}] DIRECTORY. 187 

Green Thomas, laborer, house 14 Reed 
Green Thomas H., gardener, boards 14 Reed 
Green Walter H., expressdriver, boards 87 Pearl 
Green William, waiter Memorial Hall, rooms Holmes pi. 
Green William H. (American Ship Chandlery Co.), 21 

Hampshire, boards at Boston 
Greenberg Frederick, varnisher, boards 57 Gore 
Greene Albert T. (Greene & Co.), gas and steam fitting, 

651 Main, house rear 99 Green 
Greene Elbridge A. (Greene & Co.), gas and steam fitting, 

651 Main, house rear 99 Green 
Greene Frank (C. A. Stevens & Co.). 153 North avenue, 

house at Charlestown 
Greene Jeremiah J., provision peddler, h. 187 Mt. Auburn 
Greene John J., laborer, boards 187 Mt. Auburn 
Greene Mary H., widow of Isachar, house rear 99 Green 
Greene Thomas L., tinsmith, house 34 Spring 
GREENE & CO. (Elbridge A. and Albert T. Greene), 

gas and steam fitting, 651 and 653 Main 
GREENLEAF ALBERT P., mason, 509 Main and 6 

Douglass, house 50 Cherry 
Greenleaf Charles H., machinist, house 107 Columbia 
Greenleaf Daniel P., mason, house 9 Lawrence 
GREENLEAF GEORGE W., plumber, 27^ River, h. 

Chestnut, corner Sidney 
Greenleaf James Mrs., house 76 Brattle 
Greenleaf Joseph, mason, house 11 Lawrence 
Greenleaf Joseph, millwright, house 28 Fifth 
Greenleaf Martha, widow of O. P., house 67 River 
Greenleaf Oliver P., mason, house 67 River 
Greenough Adolphus, cabinetmaker, h. 366 North av. 
Greenough Henry, house 747 Cambridge 
Greenough James, flour dealer (47 Commercial, B.), house 

33 Tremont [22 Appian way 

Greenough James B., asst. professor of Latin H. IL, house 
Greenough Walter C, architect (B.), bds. 123 Oxford 
Greenough William H. Mrs., house 10 Garden 
Greenough William P., flour (47 Commercial, B.), house 

123 Oxford 
Greenwood Frederick H., carpenter, h. 2 Ballard place 
Greenwood James W., magnetic physician (17 Tremont, 

B.), house 73 Green 
Greenwood John, boards 34 Lee 
Greenwood Joseph, brickmaker, house Vassal lane 
Greenwood Lemuel A., overseer U. R. Co.'s stables, 201 

Main, house 572 do. [Mellen 

Greenwood Moses, salesman (162 Congress, B.), house 8 

DEESS SUITS, ^MVf- 0. H. BILLINGS. 



188 CAMBRIDGE [(}] DIRECTORY. 

Greenwood Samuel G., trav. agent, bds. 112 Harvard 
GREENWOOD WILLIAM P., hardware, stoves, etc., 

509 Main, bds. 11 Clinton 
Greer David, blacksmith, boards S. H. Johnson's 
Greer Frederick F., carpenter, house 42 Vine 
Greer Hiram, truckman (22 Kingston, B.), h. 32 Second 
Greer John, grocer, 81 Gore, house r. 177 Cambridge 
Greer Joseph, wheelwright Henderson Bros., boards 45 

Coggswell avenue 
Gregg George, woodturner, boards 40 Brookline 
Gregg Sophronia C, widow of Samuel, h. 106 Inman 
Gregory Franklin E., com. mer. (178 Devonshire, B.), h. 

6 Maple avenue 
Gregory Frederick A., clerk (33 Otis, B.),bds. 86 Prospect 
Gregory Frederick W., com. mer. (3 Central wharf, B.) 

house 31 Lee 
Gregory John P., agent Union Glass Co., h. 86 Prospect 
Gregory Thomas B., glasspacker N. E. Glass Co., house 

26 Fifth 
Gregory Wm.F., clerk (136 Summer, B.),h. 378 Broadway 
Grenier Alfred, brickmaker, house 111 Spruce 
Grennan William, gardener, house 227 Franklin 
Gribben Bessie Miss, house rear 93 Sixth 
Gridley Eunice M. Miss, house 25 Prospect 
Gridley James F., boards 61 Oxford 
Gridley William A., salesman at W. L. Lockhart's, house 

at Somerville 
Grieves Belle H., teacher (Somerville), boards 3 Sixth 
Grieves Charles H., brassmolder, boards 104 Spring 
Grieves Ella R. Miss, teacher Putnam grammar school, 

boards 3 Sixth [104 Spring 

Grieves J. Edward, salesman (26 Summer, B.), boards 
Grieves Thomas, glasscutter (191 State, B.), h. 3 Sixth 
Grieves Walter F., salesman (F. H. Market, B.), boards 

104 Spring 
Grieves Wm. If., engineer N. E. Glass Co., h. 104 Spring 
Griffin Albert, engineer B. & L. R. R., bds. 70 Second 
Griffin Anthony, carpenter, house 69 Brookline 
Griffin Arthur C, wheelwright, boards 26 Rice 
Griffin Dennis, laborer, house rear 26 Vine 
Griffin Dennis C, gents' furnishing goods, 161 Bridge, h. 

at Somerville 
Griffin Dennis J., peddler, h. Porter, near Warren 
Griffin Eliphalet, carpenter, house 26 Rice 
Griffin George H., tinsmith, Henderson's block, h. North 

avenue, opp. N orris [granite yard 

Griffin John, teamster, Mt. Auburn, house in McDonald's 

DRAPERY,»& T rs^ 8 Vr«» 8 c .°.»: BANCROFT & BOYDEN. 



CAMBRIDGE [(}] DIRECTORY. 189 

Griffin John F., tinplate worker, boards 7 Dyke 

Griffin John H., carpenter, boards 26 Rice 

Griffin Julia, widow, house rear 15 Vine 

Griffin Mary, widow of Michael, house 60 North 

Griffin Mary, widow of Dennis, house 39 Garden 

Griffin Michael, laborer, house 26 Vine 

Griffin Michael, laborer, house 75 Hastings 

Griffin Michael, laborer, house 143 Webster avenue 

Griffin Michael (Griffin & Dolan), soap manufacturer, 

Decatur, h. 75 Brookline 
Griffin Michael F., bookbinder, boards 39 Garden 
Griffin Sylvanus G., fireman steamer 4, h. 234 North av. 
Griffin Thomas, cook Almshouse, boards do. 
Griffin Thomas, laborer, house 122 Elm 
Griffin & Dolan (Michael Griffin and John Dolan), soap 

mnfrs., rear 13 Decatur 
Griffing Augustus P., truant officer, ward 3, h. 85 Thorndike 
Griffis Elias D., tinplate worker, house 157 Pleasant 
Griggs Charles C., boards 569 Main 
Griggs Edward W., house 43 Blackstone 
Griggs George, jigsawyer M. & H. Organ Co. 
Griggs John E., house 569 Main 
Griggs J. P'ranklin, printer, boards 569 Main 
Griggs Lucy J. Mrs., dress and cloak maker, h. 569 Main 
Grimes Elmore A., fireman B. & L. R. R., bds 70 Second 
Grimes William, gardener, 33 Prospect, boards do. 

Grimes , teamster T. Libby, house 88 Fifth 

Grinham John, grocer, 115 Pleasant, house do. 
Grinnell Charles E., lawstudent, house 373 Harvard 
Griswold George, student H. IT., rooms 39 Brattle 
Grodjiniski Andrew, cabinetmaker, h 108 Third 
Groesbeck Telford, lawstudent, boards 387 Harvard 
Grose Edgar F., vegetable dealer, boards 104 Norfolk 
Grose Thomas, tinsmith, house rear 189 Hampshire 
Grose William, produce, house 106 Norfolk 
Grother Herman, sugarboiler, h. Water, n. Bridge 
Grover Chester B., house 331 Broadway 
Grover John, painter, 17 Brattle, boards 32 Ash 
Grover Lucas B., house 335 Broadway 
Grover Nathan M., machinist, house 32 Park 
Grush J. Edwin, cabinetmaker, house 20 Carson 
Gude Herman, marblepolisher, house 8 Laurel 
Gudoski Nicodemus, cabinetmaker, house r. 198 Bridge 
Guesford Thomas, glasscutter, bds. 76 Spring 
Guild Albert, house 44 Prospect 

Guild Allen W., engineer F. A. Kennedy, bds. 28 Sidney 
Guild Charles H., baker, house 15 Myrtle place 

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Guild Otis S., carriagepainter, house 146 Third 
Guilhop William, laborer, h. rear 12 Winter 
Guiney John, currier, house 147 Dublin 
Guiney John, laborer, boards 196 Franklin 
Gummo William, blacksmith, boards Ross House 
Gunggebauer Robert, sausagemaker J. P. Squire & Co., 

boards at Somerville 
Gunning Mrs., house 93 Fifth 

Gunnison Daniel O., painter 63 Moore, house 64 Inman 
Gunnison Eugene C., shipping clerk, house 64 Inman 
Guppy John, teamster, house 138 Elm 
Gurney Edwin L., music teacher, house 13 Amory 
Gurney Ephraim W., University professor of History H. 

IT., and Dean of the College Faculty, h. 10 Fayer- 

weather 
Gurney Thomas, carpenter, house 15 Pleasant 
Gurney Thomas E., mason, boards 15 Pleasant 
Gurry Edward, matmaker, house 128 Brookline 
Gurry John, laborer, house Sidney, corner Allston 
Gurry John jr., horseshoer, 496 Main, boards Sidney, cor. 

Allston 
Gusdorf Samuel, student H. IT., rooms 22 Mt. Auburn 
Gushee Edward M. Rev., rector St. Peter's Church, house 

290 Harvard 
Gutheim Frederick, cigar manuf, 67 Sixth, house do. 
Guyer Lewis B., boot and sh cedealer, 89 Cambridge, h. 

38 Fourth 
Guyney John, laborer, house 176 Green 
Guyon Joseph, molder, house 51 Clark 
Gwinn George F., hairdresser (72 State, B.), h. 876 Main 
Gwynn James A., conductor IT. R. Co., bds. 53 Broadway 
Gwynn Samuel, boilermaker, house 53 Broadway 
Gwynn Wm. D. s clerk (9 Winter, B.), bds. 53 Broadway 

HACKER FRANK M., fruit dealer (B.), h. 155 Main 

Hackett Bridget, widow of Edward, house 51 North 

Hackett Henry, conductor IT. R. R. Co., bds. 204 Hampshire 

Hackett Jacob, teamster, house 6 South 

Hackett John, house 20 Hancock 

Hackett Patrick, blacksmith, 368 Main, h. 164 Franklin 

Hackett Thomas, boards 20 Hancock 

Hackett Walter, gardener, house 209 Franklin 

Hadcock Charles E., apothecary clerk, 468 Harvard, house 

11 Antrim 
Hadden John, stonecutter, bds. Mt. Auburn, cor. Lowell 
Hadley Alvah A., carpenter and undertaker, 190 Cam- 
bridge, house do. 

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CAMBRIDGE []J] DIRECTORY. 191 

Hadley Charles E., cabinetmaker, 77 Main, bds. at Boston 
Haclley Clarence V\, painter, (113 Merrimac, B.), boards 

36 Fourth 
Hadley David B., wheelwright, boards 212 North avenue 
Hadley Elbridge J., coffintriramer, house 134 Thorndike 
Hadley Fred 0. ; carpenter, boards 190 Cambridge 
Hadley George A., printer, boards 36 Fourth 
Hadley Jane Mrs., carpetmaker, house 23 Garden 
Hadley Martha J., widow of William P., house 35 Market 
Hadley Nathaniel I., bootmaker, 76 Gore, house 36 Fourth 
Hadley Theodore F., boards 35 Market 
Hadley Winslow N., carpenter, house 44 Norfolk 
Haffner Frederick D., hairdresser, Holyoke, cor. Harvard, 

house 17 Banks 
Hagan Bridget, widow of Daniel, house 126 Otis 
Hagan Daniel, glassblower, house 135 Webster avenue 
Hagan Fred W. jr., house 17 Antrim 
Hagan James O., grocer, Third, cor. Spring, h. 84 Third 
Hagan John, blacksmith, 368 Main 
Hagan Patrick, blacksmith U. R. Co., h. 102 Brookline 
Hagan Patrick, laborer, house 15 Winter 
Hagan Peter, house 102 Brookline 

Hagar Frederick W., capt. of night police, h. 12 Norfolk 
Hagar Mary, widow of Jonathan, boards 12 Norfolk 
Hagen Hermann A., professor of entomology Zoological 

Museum, house 7 Putnam avenue 
Hagener Ludwig, musical instrument maker, h. 58 Vine 
Hagerty James, blacksmith, house Jefferson, cor. Warren 
Hagerty Jeremiah, saloon, Jefferson, cor. Warren, h. do. 
Hagerty John, tailor, Palmer, n. Brattle, h. at Wakefield 
Hagerty Patrick, horseshoer U. R. Co., bds. 5 DeWolf 
Hagerty Thomas, hostler, 17 Gore, boards 17 do. 
Hagerty Thomas H., laborer, boards 11 Winter 
Haggens Mary E., copyist Court House, bds. 85 Thorndike 
Hain Nicholas, carver, house 167 Thorndike [do. 

Haines Alvin N., bookkeeper Almshouse, Tannery, boards 
Haines John W., silver glass manufacturer with Union 

Glass Co. (Somerville), house 234 Broadway 
Haines Samuel A., cashier (22 Charlestown, B.), boards 23 

Fayette 
Hale Aaron (Whittemore & Hale), soap manufacturer, 

Davis, house 341 Broadway 
Hale Edward, student H. U., rooms 717 Cambridge 
Hale Edwin B., lawyer (20 Court, B.), bds. 387 Harvard 
Hale Gertrude E. Miss, teacher Webster grammar school, 

boards 21 Clinton [House 

Hale William G., tutor in Latin H. IT., rooms 33 Holyoke 

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192 CAMBRIDGE [g] DIRECTORY. 

Hales Arthur, carpenter, bouse Garden, near Donnell 
Haley Charles, house 61 Franklin [Suffolk 

Haley Charles B., clerk (59 Commercial, B.), house 12 
Haley Charles E., wholesale fancy goods (17 Franklin B.), 

house 14 Ellery 
Haley Christopher, laborer, house 132 Garden 
Haley Daniel, laborer, house 183 Dublin 
Haley Daniel, laborer, house 227 Franklin 
Haley Dennis, laborer, house Jefferson, near Warren 
Haley Dennis, laborer, house 6 Laurel 
Haley Edward, laborer, house Sargent, near Spruce 
Haley Edwin L., salesman (156 Oliver, B.), house 137 

Washington 
Haley Hannah, widow of Michael, h. 24 School street ct. 
Haley Harry, teamster Brine & Clark, house 29 Gore 
Haley Henry, furniture express (48 Brattle, B.), h. 40 Clark 
Haley James, driver Lockbart's, boards 56 Second 
Haley James, grease collector, house 13 Vine 
■ Haley Jason Mrs., house 150 Thorndike 
Haley Jeremiah, mason-tender, house 216 Franklin 
Haley Jeremiah, laborer, house 211 Franklin 
Haley Jesse W., house 10 Winsor 
Haley Jesse W., jr., engineer, house 12 Suffolk 
Plaley Johanna, widow of David, house 21 Sparks 
Haley John, meat-inspector, house 271 Cambridge 
Haley John, laborer, house Jefferson, near Warren 
Haley John, laborer, house 22 Sparks 
Haley John, potter, house 7 Crescent avenue 
Haley John H., foreman in stable, 120 Green, h. 112 do. 
Haley John H. (Taylor & Haley), stoves, tinware, &c, 

525 Main, house 1 Percy place [Decatur 

Haley John P., baker F. A. Kennedy, 502 Main, house 15 
Haley Joseph, rubber W. L. Lockbart's, house at Boston 
Haley Margaret, widow of James, house 15 Sparks 
Haley Mary, widow of Patrick, h. 92 Webster avenue 
Haley Mary, widow, house 92 Fifth 
Haley Mary A. Miss, dressmaker, house 53 Mt. Auburn 
Haley Michael, laborer, boards 171 Dublin 
Haley Michael, laborer, house 62 Amory 
Haley Michael, laborer, boards 92 Fifth 
Haley Michael, carpenter, house 128 Hampshire 
Haley Patrick, laborer, house 45 Amory 
Haley Patrick, laborer, house 208 Franklin 
Haley Patrick, laborer, house McCabe, near Cambridge 
Haley Thomas, laborer, house Harvey, opposite Clay 
Haley Thomas, driver U. R. Co., boards S. B. Johnson's, 

North avenue 

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Haley Thomas, laborer, house 149 Franklin 

Haley Timothy W., plumber, 20 Brattle, bds. at Boston 

Haley William, sawyer, house 47 Elm 

Haley William, slater, basement 622 Main, house 159 

Franklin 
Haley William, case maker M. & H. Organ Co. 
Haliburton George M., shoe and leather reporter (114 

High, B.), house 91 Elm 
Haliburton Thomas A., house 91 Elm 
Hall Agnes M. Mrs., eclectic physician, 369 Main, h. do. 
Hall Andrew, laborer, house 88 Harvard 
Hall Barnabus, keymaker M. & H. Organ Co. 
Hall Benjamin M., cooper, house 164 Pleasant 
Hall Charles, hairdresser, boards 88 Harvard 
HALL CHARLES E., marble (69 Charlestown, and 99 

to 101 Haverhill, B.), house 411 Broadway 
Hall Charles T., boards 143 Otis 
Hall Edward, clerk (B.), boards 79 North avenue 
Hall Edward H., bookseller (32 Bromfield, B.), house 79 

North avenue 
Hall Edwin A., insurance agent (282 Washington, B.), 

boards rear 507 Main [Western av. 

Hall Elbridge G., driver Cambridge Laundry, house 50 
Hall Frank H., delivery clerk, boards 130 Green 
Hall George E., clerk, 6 Brattle, house 12 Plympton 
Hall George W. (Chapman & Hall), furniture manufac- 
turer, Osborn's building, State, house at Medford 
Hall Henry A., salesman N. E. Glass Co., North, house at 

Chelsea [Western avenue 

Hall Henry C, regulator M. & H. Organ Co., house 10^ 
Hall Isaac P., house 16 Hancock 
Hall Jackson E., varnisher, house 369 Main 
Hall James E. (Thurston, Hall & Co.), 31 and 33 Elm, h. 

Highland avenue, cor. Greenough avenue 
Hall James H. (Thurston, Hall & Co.), cracker baker, 31 

and 33 Elm, house 9 Gardner 
Hall James M. W., merchant (E. D. Peters & Co.), (12. 

Central wharf, B.), house 58 Shepard 
Hall Joseph, house 94 Oxford 
Hall Joseph, glassmaker, house 18 Gore 
Hall Joseph, laborer, house rear 63 Washington 
HALL LEWIS, president Lech mere National Bank,. 6$ 

Cambridge, h. Cambridge, n. Hovey's nurseries 
Hall Lydia Mrs., house Lincoln court 
Hail Marilla M., widow of Stacy, house 108 Magazine- 
Hall Mathew, cooper, house 329 Cambridge 
Hall Orrin, grocer, 9 Harvard square, house 6 Follen 

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Hall Reuben C, engineer, rooms 20 Cottage 

Hall Thomas, molder, house 44 Washington 

Hall Thomas S., policeman, station 2, house 130 Green 

Hall Wilder F„ machinist, house 438 Main 

Hall William S., lawyer (2 Peraberton sq., B.), boards 6 

Follen 
Hallenbeck John H., salesman (B.), house 15 Tufts 
Hallett James H., boards 50 Prospect [Prospect 

Hallett Nelson A., bedding (17 Dock sq., B.), house 50 
Hallett William A., capt. steamer John Hopkins, house 66 

Magazine 
Halliday John W., tailor, house Regent, n. Porter's Hotel 
Hallihan Thomas, laborer, 69 Main, house 30 Harvard 
Hallisy John, clerk, 15 Sparks, boards do. 
Hallisy Timothy, laborer, bds. J. Murphy's, Harding 
Halloran Cornelius, laborer, house 401 Cambridge 
Halloran Ellen, widow of Daniel, house 178 Green 
Halloran John, brassfinisher, 368 Main, boards 178 Green 
Halloran Mary, widow of Timothy, house 249 Franklin 
Halloran Timothy, laborer, house 239 Franklin 
Halloran Timothy H., confectioner, boards 249 Franklin 
Halse R., brassfinisher, 368 Main, boards 52 Sidney 
Ham Andrew J., provisions, 471 Main, house 50 Hamilton 
Ham Charles A., boards 5 Jay 
Ham D. Russell, rollcoverer, boards 108 Magazine 
Ham Ellen B. Mrs., widow, house 3 Jay 
Ham James E., organ action maker; # G. Woods & Co., bds. 

6 Cottage court 
Ham John, carpenter, rear 77 River, boards 42 Winsor 
Ham John, laborer, boards O. B. Campbell's, North av. 
Ham Nathaniel, carpenter, 6 Cottage court 
Ham Webster, boards 36 Fairmont 
Hamburg Benedict, house Harvey, near Clinton 
Hamburg John D., house 21 Forest 
Hamill Samuel S., organbuilder, 101 and 103 Gore, house 

121 Thorndike [121 Thorndike 

Hamill William S., bookkeeper J. A. Easton, East, boards 
Hamilton Annie, widow of John, house 17 Willard 
Hamilton Benj., laborer, house 13 Hastings 
Hamilton Charles, compositor, rooms Foster court 
Hamilton Charles, brickmason, house McCabe 
Hamilton Charles W., clerk (28 State, B.), bds. 102 Third 
Hamilton George S., shipping clerk (Washington, B.), 

boards 102 Third 
Hamilton James, porter (107 Milk, B.), house 56 Hastings 
Hamilton James, woodturner, house 102 Third 
Hamilton John, laborer, house rear 104 Harvard 



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CAMBRIDGE [H] DIRECTORY. 195 

Hamilton Robert, clerk (5 Winter, B.), boards 57 Third 
Hamilton Sarah, widow of Samuel, house 51 Vine 
Hamilton William A., carpenter, house 27 Rice 
Hamilton William J. C, steward (Tremont House, B.), h. 

64 Cherry 
Hamlen Horatio, glassmaker, boards 64 Winter 
Hamlen Nathaniel, glassblower, house 64 Winter 
Hamlen Willis C, clerk (51 North Market, B.), house 12 

Rockwell 
Hamlin Allen, laborer, house 24 Hancock 
Hamlin Charles E., at Zoological Museum, h. 11 Mellen 
Hamlin Emmons, (Mason & Hamlin Organ Co.), 162 

Broadway, house at Winchester 
Hamlin George B., printer (117 Hanover, B.), h. 98 Otis 
Hamlin John C, dry goods (20 Chauncy,B.), h. 29 Inman 
Hammatt George W. (40 Pearl, B.), house 24 Arrow- 
Hammond Betsey B., widow of Nathaniel O., boards 166 

Cambridge 
Hammond Elizabeth M., house 9 William 
Hammond George P., boards J. W. Hammond's, Forest 
Hammond George W., engineer Gas Works, h. at Boston 
Hammond James M., glasscutter. house 118 Spring 
Hammond John A., carpenter, house 42 Holyoke 
Hammond John W. (Hammond & Pope), lawyer, 555 

Main, house 332 Broadway [est, corner Frost 

Hammond Joseph W., woolens (95 Arch, B.), house For- 
Hammond Thomas M., telegraph wire, boards 1 Lamson's 

block, Essex 
Hammond William, blacksmith, house 82 Spring 
Hammond William (>., carpenter, house 19 Hewes 
Hammond & Pope (John W. Hammond and Charles G. 

Pope), lawyers, 555 Main 
Hampson David, steampipefitter, house 222 Green 
Hampton Edward P., hairdresser, 67>£ Cambridge, h. do. 
Hancock Belcher, harnessmaker, 570 Main, h. 75 Franklin 
Hancock Charles E. ^Hancock & Greely), carpenter, 113 

Broadway, house 46 Pleasant 
Hancock Edwin F., harnessmaker, boards 75 Franklin 
Hancock John, harnessmaker, boards 75 Franklin 
Hancock Robert A., boards 111 Austin 
Hancock Solomon, importer (35 Broad, B.), h. 7 Pearl 
Hancock & Greely (Charles E. Hancock and Leander 

Greely), carpenters and lumber dealers, 113 Broadway 
Hand Bernard, laborer, house Garden, near Donnell 
Hand James, musician, house 88 Spring 
Handren Michael Mrs., house rear 79 Brighton 
Hankin John, at M. & H. Organ Co., h. 110 Hampshire 

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Hanks Charles S., student H. IT., boards 387 Harvard 
Hanks Steadman W., clergyman, and Secretary Seamen's 

Friend Society (Beacon, cor. Somerset, B.), h. 387 

Harvard 
Hanlay Cornelius, laborer, house Willow place 
Hani ay John G., telegraph operator, boards 73 River 
Hanley Edward, traveling agent, house 88 Franklin 
Hanley John, varnisher W. L. Lockhart, h. at Charlestown 
Hanley John, laborer, house McCabe, near Cambridge 
Hanley Matthew, brushmaker, boards 4 Water 
Hanley Michael, laborer, house 93 Winsor 
Hanley Michael R., supt. American Ship Chandlery Co., 

21 Hampshire 
Hanley Morris, laborer, house rear 28 Washington 
Hanlon Charles, printer, boards 139 Main 
Hanlon Edward, laborer, house 16 Hayes court 
Hanlon George O., picture fraraemaker, bds. 103 Spring 
Hanlon James, laborer, house 15 Hayes court 
Hanlon John, teamster, house 104 Third 
Hanlon John F., picture framemaker (14 Bromfield, B.), 

bds. 103 Spring 
Hanlon Margaret, widow of George, house 103 Spring 
Hanlon Morgan, laborer, house 202 Bridge 
Hanlon William, stonecutter, house 301 Cambridge 
Hanna James R., lawstudent, boards 12 Dunster 
Hanna Margarett, nurse, house Wallace, cor. Garden 
Hanna Wm. J., plumber and gasfittter, 18 Brattle, house 

42 Sidney 
Hannaford Daniel W., laborer, h. Concord av., n. F. R. R. 
Hannah Robert C, stuccoworker (6 River, B.), house 47 

Market 
Hannon Ann, widow of John, house 154 Third 
Hannon John, laborer, boards 154 Third 
Hannon Martin J., ironweigher, house Bristol 
Hannon Patrick, laborer, house 110 Spring 
Hannon Thomas J., straight molder, h. 144 Thorndike 
Hannum Esther F. Miss, teacher Webster grammar school, 

house 27 William [house 27 William 

Hannnm H. Flora Miss, teacher Willard primary school, 
Hannum Laura A., widow of Alexander, h. 27 William 
Hannum Leander M., grocer, 517 Main, h. 27 William 
Hanscom Catherine, widow of Jacob, house 4 Rice 
Hanscom Charles A., clerk (60 Union, B.), h. 49 Market 
Hanscom Daniel, carpenter, house 58 Putnam av. 
Hanscom Emmons, milkdriver, boards 126 Winsor 
Hanscom Frank A., clerk (11 F. H Market, B.), boards 

49 Market 

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Hanscom Henry C, carpenter, h. 58 Putnam av. 
Hanscom James S., foreman Kendall & Roberts, 92 Main, 

house 105 Hampshire 
Hanscom John, keymaker M. & H. Organ Co. 
Hanscom John, melodeonfitter, 139 Broadway, house 84 

Winsor 
Hansen Christian, tailor, house 68 Vine 
Hansen John, cabinetmaker, boards 57 Gore 
Hansis John C, woodmolder at Geldowsky's, house rear 

119 Otis 
Hanson Mary A., widow of Joseph L., boys' clothingmak- 

er, house 59 Auburn 
Hanson Peter, house 67 Vine 
Hanson R. Henry, provisions (15 and 17 Union Market, 

B.), h. 430 Main 
Hapgood Henry C, at Thayer's laboratory, Broadway, 

bcls. 10 Far well place 
Hapgood Luke B., boots and shoes (54 Pearl, B.), house 

Walnut av., n. Arlington 
Hapgood Luther, police, station 2, house 67 Norfolk 
Hapgood Richard, supt. U. R. Co., h. 15 Mt. Auburn 
Happ George, Boston Fancy Wood Work Co. (16 Bever- 
ly, B.), h. 31 Seventh 
Haraden Julias W., porter Fresh Pond Hotel, bds. do. 
Harcus David E., at J. P. Squire & Co.'s, h. 212 Camb. 
Hardengburg Ambrose K., laborer, h. Winsor, n. Harvard 
Harding Charles L., com. mer. (202 Devonshire, B.), h.. 

560 Cambridge, cor. Maple av. 
Harding Edgar, com. mer. (120 Devonshire, B.), house 26 

Maple avenue [way 

Harding Edward K., liquors (18 Milk, B.), h. 267 Broad- 
HARDING HAMLIN R., editor Cambridge Press, 531| 

Main, and sec. Met. R. R. (94 Tremont, B.), house 

20 Clinton 
Harding Herbert L., proctor H. U., rooms 54 Thayer Hall 
Harding Isaac N., house 288 Harvard 
Harding Jesse, silversmith (383 Washington, B.), house 

37 Pearl 
Harding Josiah M., house 34 Brookline 
Harding Richard B., jr., expressman (7 Merchants row, 

B.), h. 186 Norfolk 
Harding Richard C, hardwood finisher, h. Ill Columbia 
Harding Samuel G., paper, twine, etc., h. 40 Cottage 
Harding Walter H., clerk, 559 Main, bds. 20 Clinton 
HARDING WEBB, silversmith (235 Washington, B.).. 

house 52 Columbia 
Harding William, conductor U. R. Co., bds. 99 Green 

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198 , CAMBRIDGE []J] DIRECTORY. 

Hard wick Edward Mrs., fancy goods, 465 Main, h. do. 

Hardy Charles D., agent, house 140 Pleasant 

Hardy Charles S., Peruvian syrup (86 Harrison avenue, 

B.), house 12 Jay 
Hardy Francis D., Peruvian syrup, house 51 Pleasant 
Hardy Francis D., jr. (Henry Thayer & Co.), 150 Broad- 
way, house 50 Erie 
Hardy Relief, widow, house 86 Cambridge 
Hare John, cook, house 32 Hastings 
Harford William, laborer, house 58 Amory 
Harley Parker C, stoves and tinware, 455 Main, house 2 

Elmer 
Harliu Frank, engineer E. Hixon & Co., h. 134 Harvard 
Harlow Albert F., clerk Revere Sugar Refinery, house 

307 Broadway 
Harlow Andrew B., sexton Lee street church, h. 41 Pine 
Harlow Charles, trunk cleat maker, house 25 Clinton 
Harlow Geo. L., salesman (450 Wash., B.), h. 94 Prospect 
Harlow John J., carpenter, 19 Cherry, boards 29 do. 
Harlow J. Hayden, clerk 517 Main, house 18 Howard 
Harlow Louise C. D. Miss, teacher Webster grammar 

schol, boards 25 Clinton 
Harlow Thomas, carpenter, boards 2 Cherry court 
Harlow Wallie, carpenter, boards 2 Cherry court 
Harlow Walter C, clerk (88 North, B.), bds. 25 Clinton 
Harm Henry, clerk, 36 Cambridge, bds. at Somerville 
Harmon Alonzo A., teamster, house 107 Winsor 
Harmon Elizabeth, widow of Peletiah, bds. 30 Madison 
Harmon Ezekiel A., teamster, house 43 Union 
Harmon William D., house 41 Union 
Harmon William F., teamster, house 39 Union 
Harmon Winfield, laborer, house 269 Cambridge 
Harnden Albert, baker, house 27 River 
Harnden Edwin H., clerk (394 Washington, B.), boards 

Elm, corner Tenney 
Harney G. Julian, clerk Secretary of Commonwealth, at 

State House (B.), house 16 Shepard 
Harney Michael, laborer, house 17 Tuttle 
Harney'Patrick, mason, house 15 Tuttle 
Harper Charles S., law student, boards 14 Ware 
Harries John D. C, shipping clerk, house 28 Fairmont 
Harrigan Cornelius, upholsterer, h. Harding, n. Cambridge 
Harrigan Daniel, bookbinder, house Palmer, near Church 
Harrigan Eugene, peddler, house Harding, n. Cambridge 
Harrigan Michael, laborer, house 28 Harvard 
Harriman Alonzo S., policeman, house 13 Farwell place 
Harriman Jonathan, engineer, boards 27 Second 

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Harrington Adeline Miss, house 52 Fifth 

Harrington Albert O., hairdresser (72 State, B.), house 

Third, near Broadway 
Harrington Charles A., bookkeeper E. D. Sawyer & Co., 

12 Cambridge, boards 133 do. 
Harrington Daniel, laborer, house 11 Brewery 
Harrington Daniel, laborer, house 198 Bridge 
Harrington Daniel, assistant janitor Zoological Museum, 

house 40 Winthrop 
Harrington Dennis, laborer, boards 198 Bridge 
Harrington Dennis J., machinist L. R. R. shop, house at 

Winter Hill 
Harrington Edward J., machinist, boards 6 Fifth 
Harrington Eliza Mrs., house 60 Brattle 
Harrington George B., house 7 Linden 
Harrington George S., furniture dealer (18 Canal, B.), 

boards 60 Brattle 
Harrington Henry, tinplate worker, house rear 20 Prince 
Harrington Henry, engineer, h. Coggswell pi., n. Mead 
Harrington James, laborer, house Jefferson, near Warren 
Harrington Jeremiah, hostler, boards 15 Sparks 
Harrington Jeremiah, liquors, 2 Winter, house 4 do. 
Harrington John, stonecutter, house 5 Flagg court 
Harrington John L., civil engineer, boards 84 Chestnut 
Harrington Margaret, widow of Patrick, h. 184 Bridge 
Harrington Mary E., widow, house 6 Fifth 
Harrington Patrick, laborer, house 129 Webster avenue 
Harrington Philip, saloon, 83 Bridge, house do. 
Harrington Robert C, printer, house 54 Sidney 
Harrington Sylvester, clerk House of Correction, house 

at Lexington 
Harrington Thomas W., boards 184 Bridge 
Harrington Timothy, hostler, house 14 South 
Harrington Timothy, laborer, house 158 Green 
Harrington Timothy, laborer, h. Jefferson, cor. Warren 
Harrington William H. (235 Wash., B.), house 4 Beech 
Harrington Winthrop G., printer, house 84 Chestnut 
Harris Augustine, machinist, house 109 Allston 
Harris Azariah Boody, student H. U., rooms 40 Mount 

Auburn 
Harris Benjamin C, carpenter, house 134 Winsor 
Harris Catherine H., widow of T. William, house 8 Hol- 

yoke place 
Harris Elmer D., boards 97 Austin 
Harris Elmer W., house 97 Austin 
Harris Emma F. Miss, teacher private school, Hancock, 

boards 8 Holyoke place 

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200 CAMBRIDGE [JJ] DIRECTORY. 

Harris George, oysters, 154,^ Harvard, house 156 do. 
Harris George Mrs., fancy goods, 156 Harvard, house do. 
Harris George C, clerk, house 11 Pleasant place 
Harris James, glass presser, boards 181 Bridge 
Harris James, water inspector (B.), house 73 Fourth 
Harris James G., transfer agent (46 Sears building, B.), 

boards 16 Prospect [off Kirkland 

Harris Jas. Winthrop, secretary of H. IT., h. Francis av., 
Harris Jeremiah, carpenter, house 5 Oak 
Harris John, bookbinder, boards 28 Fairmont 
Harris John F., cook, house 22 Mill 
Harris Joseph, caterer, house 131 Columbia 
Harris J. Watson, clerk (9 Winter, B.), h. 50 William 
Harris Lucinda Mrs., house 13 Cherry 
Harris Michael, horseshoer, boards 8 Water 
Harris Philip W., salesman (18 Chauncy, B.), house 91 

Austin 
Harris Stephen S., upholsterer, 7 Brattle, h. 26 Antrim 
Harris Thomas, laborer, house 21 Hastings 
Harris Thomas, laborer, house 63 Harvard 
Harris Thomas D., laborer, house Portland, n. Harvard 
Harris William, laborer, house 191 Mt. Auburn 
Harrison John, laborer, house Warren, near Cambridge 
Harrison'William, advertising agent (99 State, B.), bds. 

H. J. Reddick's, North avenue 
Harrison William # H., woodcarver, boards 70 Second 
Harrison William H., clerk (B.), boards 9 Walden 
Harrod Anna M. Miss, teacher Sargent primary school, 

boards 201 Harvard 
Harrod James Mrs., house 201 Broadway 
Harrod W. Albert, milkman, house 3 Ballord place 
Hart Abram, cigarmaker, house 59 Brookiine 
Hart George, cigarmaker, house 59 Brookiine 
Hart James R., printer (B.), house 3 Jay 
Hart John P., laborer, house 118 Cambridge 
Hart Joseph, printer Riverside, house 21 Park 
Hart Margaret Mrs., house rear 30 Front 
Hart Matthew B., teamster, house 50 Spring 
Hart Michael, cooper, boards 56 Second 
Hart Walter, printer Riverside, house 3 Jay 
Harthorn Aimer P., clerk, 356 Main, boards at Boston 
Hartman Mary A. Mrs., house 49 Pearl 
Hartness George, house 11 Willard 
Hartnett Daniel, house 190 Bridge 
Hartnett John, laborer, house 11 Short 
Hartney Mortimer, currier, house 206 Franklin 
Hartshorn George H., bookkeeper, 81 Main, bds. at Boston 

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Hartshorn James, potmaker N. E. Glass Co., bds. 9 Second 
Hartshorn Joseph, upholsterer (21 Charles, B), house 86 

Thorndike 
Hartwell Albert H., clerk, 126 Cambridge, h. Cambridge 
Hartwell Charles H., provision dealer, 126 Cambridge, 

house 98 Thorndike 
Hartwell Eliza T., widow, house 146 Spring 
Hartwell John A., clerk, 126 Cambridge, house 148 do. 
Hartwell Julia, widow, house 31 Clark 
Hartwell Mary E. Miss, teacher Gore primary school, bds. 

146 Spring 
Hartwell William H., hay, grain, and straw, 42 Bridge, 

house at Somerville 
Harty John, laborer, house 200 Norfolk 
Hartz Frederick, laborer, house 7 Eighth 
Harvard Boat House, foot of Flagg [Quincy 

Harvard Gymnasium, Broadway, junction Cambridge and 
Harvard Laundry, Portland, near Broadway, George W. 

Bates, prop. 
Harvey Charles W., carpenter, house rear 5 Watson 
Harvey Daniel B., tinplate worker, house 19 Park 
Harvey John S., insurance agent (Union sq., Somerville), 

boards C. B. Moulton's, Mt. Pleasant 
Harvey Lydia A., widow of Adiel, house 40 Mt. Auburn 
Harvey Mary, widow, house 161 Broadway 
Harvey Samuel C, house 49 Cottage 
Hasbrouck Roe, student H. U., boards 22 Wendell 
Haseltine Lydia L., widow of Moses, h. White, n. Elm 
Haskell Nelson W., officer House of Correction, boards 

at jailer's 
Haskell Rachel J., widow of Dudley, h. 43 Western av. 
Haskell W. M., Divinity student, rooms 23 Divinity Hall 
Haskins David G. Rev., parish at (Arlington), house 839 

Main 
Haskins David G., jr., lawyer (5 Pemberton square, B.), 

boards 839 Main 
Haskins John, laborer, house 49 Portland 
Haskins Peter (James Wiggins & Co.), 22 Broadway, 

house at Boston [Magazine 

Haskins Stephen P., carpenter (City yard, B.), house 65 
Hassett Michael, laborer, house 106 Fourth 
Hassett Richard B., laborer, house 16 Brown 
Hassett Simon, laborer, house 77 Wendell 
Hastings Andrew G., brushmaker, house 6 Vine 
Hastings Andrew J., clerk U. S. treasury (P. O. building, 

B.), house 59 Market 
Hastings A. Winthrop, house 85 Otis 

FANCY SUITS, *2 & H X£2Fiiu, CAMBRIDGE. 



202 CAMBRIDGE [JQ DIRECTORY. 

Hastings Bernard, organcasemaker, h. r. 159 Broadway- 
Hastings B. Frank, boards 3 Ashburton place 
Hastings Charles W., at Cambridge Laundry, Soden, bds. 

37 Pleasant 
Hastings Frank W., clerk, 97 Cambridge, bds. 5 Russell 
Hastings, George, restaurant, 2 Holyoke, near Harvard, 

house at Somerville 
Hastings George H., printer (B.), house 2 Central place 
Hastings George T., carpenter, house rear 165 Broadway 
Hastings John M., machinist, house 31 Sixth 
Hastings Joseph W., glasscutter, h. rear 113 Thorndike 
Hastings J. J., widow of William, house 6 Garden 
Hastings Lewis M., civil engineer City Engineer's office, 

City Hall, boards 84 Austin 
Hastings Michael, soapmaker, house 61 Harvard 
Hastings Oliver, house 101 Brattle 
Hastings Thomas B., clerk, house 44 William 
HASTINGS WATSON B., insurance agent, 97 Cam- 
bridge, and (7 Exchange place, B.), h. 5 Russell 
HASTINGS W. B. & CO. (Watson B. Hastings), ins. 

agents, 97 Cambridge, and (7 Exchange place, B.) 
Hatch Andrew J., house 121 Prospect 
Hatch A. Rebecca Miss, boards 76 Magazine 
Hatch Benjamin F. (Hatch & Co.), express, 7 Harvard 

row, and (91 Kilby, B.), house 21 Wallace 
Hatch Caroline B. Miss, boards 76 Magazine 
Hatch Edmund W., bookbinder, Riverside, h. 6 Warland 
Hatch George E., salesman N. E. Glass Co., house 192 

Cambridge 
Hatch George M., pilot, boards 41 Plymouth 
Hatch Hattie M. Mrs., house 48 Auburn 
Hatch James H. L., clerk, 430 Broadway, h. 67 Ellery 
Hatch Simeon L., expressman, 7 Harvard row, house 37 

Garden 
Hatch Thomas D., bookkeeper, house 6* Warland 
Hatch & Co. (Benjamin F. Hatch), express, 7 Harvard 

row, and 1 Brewers' block, office 6 Brattle 
Hatfield Abraham, house rear 46 Montgomery 
Hatfield Job, carpenter, house 19 Mellen 
Hatfield Lyman, agent Averill Paint Co. (131 Portland, 

B.), house 137 Oxford [Oxford 

Hatfield Sheridan L., clerk (131 Portland, B.), boards 137 
Hatfield William, carpenter, h. Ordway's block, Norfolk 
Hathaway Caroline Miss, house 21 Coggswell avenue 
Hathaway Eliza Miss, house 21 Coggswell avenue 
Hathaway Maria D., widow of Galen, house 56 Erie 
Hatley William F., mason, rooms 17 Winthrop 

Ladies' Straw and Felt II »TC Pressed in new shapes, in the best manner, 
At CROMACK'S, flAl J No. 26 Temple Place, Boston. 



CAMBRIDGE []J] DIRECTORY. 203 

Hatten Henry, coal and wood, 381 Main, h. 13 Winsor 
Hattie Lucretia Miss, tailoress (Somerville), boards 88 Mt. 

Auburn 
Hattie William A., carpenter, boards 95 Green 
Haugh James, tailor, 211 North av., house at Somerville 
Haven Henry P. Mrs., house 48 Auburn 
Havey William, baker F. A. Kennedy, house 32 Green 
Hawes Forest G., provisions (8 Boylston Market, B.), h. 

31 Harvard [corner Auburn 

Hawes Frank T., clerk (46 F. H. Market, B.), h. Pleasant 
Hawhan Michello, laborer, boards 29 Sixth 
Hawkes Cairah, widow of Levi, house 85 Auburn 
Hawkes Ellen E. Miss, music teacher, house 85 Auburn 
Hawkes Henry A., laborer, house Front street court 
Hawkes James, switchman B. & M. R. R., house 6 East 
Hawkes Levi (Levi Hawkes & Co.), plumber, 599j^ Main, 

boards 85 Auburn 
HAWKES LEVI & CO (Levi Hawkes and John 

Crawford), plumbers, 5993^ Main 
Hawkes Maria M., widow of Chas. W., house 125 Norfolk 
Hawkes Philena D., wid. of Farrington, h. Front, street ct. 
Hawkins A. Charles, teamster, house 223 Broadway 
Hawkins Bartlett H, watchman, house 225 Broadway 
Hawkins Christopher C, house 123)^ Winsor 
Hawkins Christopher C, house 56 Sacramento 
Hawkins Jewett P., laborer, house 141 Columbia 
Hawkins John, gardener J. G. Coolidge, house do. 
Hawkins William, teamster Doe & Hunnewell, house 145 

Gore 
Hay Henry A., bookkeeper (18 Kilby, B.), bds. 97 Austin 
Hayden Benjamin, glassworker, house 27 Gore 
Hayden Charles, laborer, 174 Broadway, bds. Ross House 
Hayden David D., carpenter, h. Parker, n. Concord av. 
Hayden Edward M., actionmaker M. & H. Organ Co., h. 

117 Prospect 
Hayden Frederick A., house 10 Concord avenue 
Hayden Geo. William, molder, boards 69 Clark 
Hayden Henry S., carpenter, house 2 Sands 
Hayden Howard A., clerk (B.), boards D. D. Hayden's, 

Parker 
Hayden James T., foreman Walworth Manufacturing Co. 

machine shop, 368 Main, h. 46M Austin 
Hayden Lizzie D., dressmaker, 11 Mt. Auburn, bds. do. 
Hayden Perez M. (Z. & P. M. Hayden), carpenter, house 

60 Putnan avehue 
Hayden Zebah (Z. & P. M. Hayden), carpenter, house 1 
. Symond's blk., DeWolf 

imported goods, AT D o^sr' 430 Harvard St. 



204 CAMBEIDGE [£[] DIRECTORY. 

HAYDEN Z. & P. M. (Zebah and Perez), carpenters 

and builders, Mt. Auburn, cor. Banks 
Hayes Alexander L., solicitor of patents (17 Pemberton 

sq., B.), bds. John L. Hayes', Elmwood av. 
Hayes Alvin, boots, shoes, etc., 577 Main, h. 8 Perry 
Hayes Ann, widow of Daniel, house 41 Bolton 
Hayes Birchard A., lawstudent, rooms 22 Mt. Auburn 
Hayes Clarence H., clerk (48 Water, B.), boards 158 Mt. 

Auburn 
Hayes Daniel, blacksmith, house 22 Webster avenue 
Hayes Daniel J., brickmason, boards 41 Bolton 
Hayes David, wheelwright, house 132 River 
Hayes Edmund, boardinghouse, 36 Ash 
Hayes Ella K., musicteacher, bds. 158 Mt. Auburn 
Hayes Emma F. Miss, milliner (9 Tremont row, B.) bds. 

13 Norton 
Hayes Henry, express, office at A. H. Ramsay's, Harvard 

sq., and (32 Court sq., B.), h. 22 Shepard 
Hayes Henry Y., insurance broker (61 State, B.), house 

158 Mt. Auburn 
Hayes Jeremiah, teamster, house rear 42 Washington 
Hayes John, laborer, house 7 Hayes court 
Hayes John, laborer, boards 45 Banks 
Hayes John, laborer, boards 186 Gore 
Hayes John, carpenter, boards 32 Auburn 
Hayes John B., trunkmaker, house 391 Cambridge 
Hayes John L., sec. National Association of Wool Mnfrs. 
(11 Pemberton sq.,B.), h. Elmwood av., opp. Mt. Auburn 
Hayes John N., house 63 Brookline 
Hayes John S., tinplate worker, boards 8 Rockwell 
Hayes Luther F., clerk (219 State, B.), bds. 13 Norton 
Hayes Luther S., carpenter, Mill, foot of Holyoke, house 

13 Norton 
Hayes Michael, tailor, house 5 Lechmere place 
Hayes Michael, laborer, house 45 Banks 
Hayes Michael F., laborer, boards 45 Banks 
Hayes Patrick, telegraph operator, house 45 Banks / 

Hayes Peter, laborer, house rear 27 Vine 
Hayes Stephen A., baker, house 25 Elm 
Hayes William A., counselor (17 Pemberton sq., B.), bds. 

John L. Hayes, Elmwood av. 
Hayman Madison B., teamster, house 383 Main 
Haynes Henry A., clerk Boston Stamping Works, Third, 

h. Arlington av., n. Highland av. 
Haynes Henry H., student Epis. Theo. school, rooms 

9 Lawrence Hall 
Haynes Mary Miss, house 50 Cottage 

Elegant SIDEBOARDS nfi wpnnCT DftVnCM 180 Tremont St., 
and WARDROBES, bAllLnUr I & DU I U til, BOSTON. 



CAMBRIDGE [g] DIRECTORY. 205 

Haynes Samuel, clerk (B.), boards 97 Otis 

Haynes Sarah Miss, house 50 Cottage 

Hayward Alraira L., librarian Dana Library, boards 33 

Bigelow 
Hayward Florence M., teacher Riverside primary school, 

boards 771 Main [18 Watson 

Hayward George A. (Work & Hayward), job wagon, h. 
Hayward Harriet L., teacher Shepard grammar school, 

bds. at Somerville 
Hayward Samuel (Hayward & Kimball), furniture mnfr., 

77 and 79 Main, house at Boston 
Hayward Walter F., salesman, 17 Brattle, h. 26 Ash 
Hayward William P., house Elm, corner Beech 
HAYWARD & KIMBALL (Samuel Hayward and Lu- 
ther E. Kimball), furniture mnfrs., 77 and 79 Main 
Haywood Geo. A., grain (32 State, B.), bds. 85 Inman 
Haywood Walter, baker, h. Hunting, n. Cambridge 
Hazard Samuel L., slate mnfr. (Vt.), h. 53 Third 
Hazard S. Lester, clerk (B.), boards 53 Third 
Hazel Benjamin G., carpenter, house 67 Washington 
Hazel William, teamster, house 11 Murdock 
Hazeltine Geo. A., fancy goods (187 Broadway, S. B.), h. 

34 Hancock 
Hazeltine M. W. Mrs., dressmaker, house 34 Hancock 
Hazelton Mary C. Mrs., house 24 Warland [bridge 

Hazelton Nathan C, porter (33 India, B.), h. 45 Cam- 
Hazelwood Ann, widow of Francis, h. 70 School 
Hazelwood Geo. F., pianoforte actionmaker, h. 70 School 
Hazen Daniel M., trav. agt. F. A. Kennedy, h. 38 Tremont 
Hazlett Andrew, laborer, house Clay, near Harvey 
Hazlett John M., driver U. R. Co., house 52 Winthrop 
Hazlett Joseph Mrs., house 8 Camden place 
Hazlett Joseph, teamster, house 8 Camden place 
Hazlett Robert, teamster, house 8 Camden place 
Hazlett Robert, stonecutter, h. 215 Mt. Auburn 
Hazlett Thomas, stonesetter, h. Brown, cor. Foster 
Hazlett Wm. H., foreman Woodbury's Planing Mill, h. 

93 Cambridge 
Hazlett William Henry, laborer, house 7 Sparks 
Head James M., student H. U., boards 4 Centre 
Healey Ellen, widow, h. 3 Linehan's block, Third 
Healey James H., blacksmith, Third, next to Boston 

Stamping Works, bds. Ross House 
Healy Fred, milkman, bds. 1 Second St. court 
Heaney Timothy, laborer, house 242 Cambridge 
Hearsey John A., boards 64 Columbia [Columbia 

Hearsey Wm. E., harnessmaker (150 Tremont, B.), h. 64 

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206 CAMBRIDGE [Jf] DIRECTORY. 

Heath Charles H. (2 Change av., B.), house 9 Wendell 
Heath George E., express messenger (39 Court sq., B.), 

house 4 Beech 
Heatley P. S., carpenter, boards 60 Cherry 
Heavey William, baker F. A. Kennedy's, 602 Main, rooms 
32 Green [Brookline 

Heazle Frank, woodmolder G. Woods & Co., house 24 
Hebard Albert K., foreman and regulator M. & H. Organ 
Co., house 147 Harvard [Antrim 

Hebard Ezra F., apothecary, 415 Cambridge, boards 13 
Hebbard Albert (Hebbard Car Spring Co.), 179 Broad- 
way, house 427 do. [427 do. 
Hebbard Albert H., bookkeeper, 179 Broadway, boards 
Hebbard Car Spring Co., Broadway, junction Hampshire 
Hebbard Charles C, clerk, 139 Broadway, boards 427 

Broadway 
Hector Thomas Xavier, printer, house 42 Fairmont 
Hedge Frederick H. Rev., prof, of German and Ecclesias- 
tical History H. IT., house 48 North avenue 
Heffernan David, saloon, 472 Cambridge, h. 156 Prospect 
Heffernan Joseph, boot and shoemaker, h. 401 Cambridge 
Heffernan Michael, blacksmith, bds. J. Fitzgerald's, Spruce 
Heffernan William, laborer, bds. J. Fitzgerald's, Spruce 
Heffren J. J., lithographer Riverside Press, h. at Boston 
Hegner Francis, locksmith (Brattle, B.), h. r. 19 Vine 
Hegney Edward, harnessmaker, 131 Main, bds. at Boston 
Heileman William, boot and shoe manufacturer (125 

Cambridge, B.), house 71 River 
Heilge John H., expressman, house 193 Broadway 
Heintz Paulina Miss, confectionery, 202 Cambridge, h. do. 
Heintzemann Carl C, teacher of music and German, rooms 

56 Brighton 
Heintzemann Carl H. (H E. Lombard & Co.), printer, 642 
Main, boards 56 Brighton [vinity Hall 

Heizer Cyrus W., student Divinity school, rooms 27 Di- 
Helgert Frederick, currier, house Jackson, cor. Harvey 
Hellen Robert, laborer, house 13 Water 
Heller Frederick, glasspainter and gilder, h. 112 Spring 
Hellman John L., house 152 Charles 
Helnan John, baker G. F. Tibbetts, house 25 Banks 
Hemenway B. & S. Misses, house 72 Auburn 
Hemmenatz Joseph, varnisher, house 64 Vine 
Herumi Charles M., printer (B.), bds. 7 Daye court 
Henchman Nathaniel, secretary N. E. Trust Co. (85 Dev- 
onshire, B.), house 294 Harvard 
Henderson Bros. (John J. Henderson and Robert Hen- 
derson, jr.), carriage makers, North av., opp. Walden 

J. B. CR0WlflCK™ ,H >r7/^r^r 8 ' BOSTON. 



CAMBRIDGE [JJ] DIRECTORY. 207 

Henderson Charles W., junkdealer, house 118 Pearl 
Henderson Edwin P., carriage mnfr. (Arlington), house 

Henderson place 
Henderson Elizabeth, widow of Thomas, h. 157 Green 
Henderson George R., carriagepainter, North av., near 

Chester, boards Robert Henderson's, North avenue 
Henderson George W., brickmason, house 143 Columbia 
Henderson James, laborer, house 28 Hastings 
Henderson James A., carriagemaker, North avenue, opp. 

Cedar, house do. 
Henderson James H., currier, house Clay, near Harvey 
Henderson John J. (Henderson Bros.), carriagemaker, 

North avenue, opp. Walden, house 7 Chester 
Henderson Lawrence, laborer, house rear 36 Harvard 
Henderson Lewis, carpenter, rooms 32 Green 
Henderson Richard S., carpenter, house 19 Hews 
Henderson Robert, carriage mnfr., North avenue, near 

Chester, house 244 North avenue 
Henderson Robert, jr. (Henderson Bros.), carriagemaker, 

Nerth av., opp. Walden, h. Russell, cor. North av. 
Henderson Thomas C, woodturner, boards 157 Green 
Henderson William, junkdealer, house 123 Pearl 
Henderson William, plumber, house 83 Vine 
Henderson W r illiam, laborer, house 15 Brewery 
Henderson William F., shades and curtains (Wash., cor. 

Elm, B.), house 137 Otis 
Hendley Julia, widow of Otis, house 40 Orchard 
Hendry George E., boilermaker, h. 8 Rogers block, Main 
Henley F. O. (F. O. Henley & Co.), horseshoers, Soden, 

near the laundry, house 32 Howard 
Henley F. O. & Co. (F. O. Henley), horseshoers, Soden, 

near laundry 
Hennessey Esther, widow of Michael, h. 422 Cambridge 
Hennessey James, currier, house Belmont, near Cedar 
Hennessey James, laborer, house 131 Dublin 
Hennessey James, laborer, house 11 Brewery 
Hennessey James, printer, house 159 Green 
Hennessey James H., teamster, house 10 Hastings 
Hennessey John, laborer, house 73 Bolton 
Hennessey John, laborer, house 106 Fourth 
Hennessey Margaret, widow, house 1 Willard court 
Hennessey Mary, widow of Thomas, house 6 Baldwin ct. 
Hennessey Michael F., bookkeeper (149 Pearl, B.), house 

23 Webster avenue 
Hennessey Patrick B., wholesale liquors (32 Kneeland, 

B.), house 121 Winsor 
Henniger Amy Miss, house 35 Banks 

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208 CAMBRIDGE [JJ] DIRECTORY. 

Henrichs Henry C, provision, Atwood's corner, bds. 127 

Prospect 
Henrichs Johann, clerk H. C.vHenrichs, bds. 127 Prospect 
Henry George A., engineer, 113 Broadway, h. 101 Inman 
Henry James, laborer, house Bell court, near Allston 
Henry James, jr., laborer, house Bell court, near Allston 
Henry James S., cabinetmaker, house 25 Cedar 
Henry John A., carpenter, house 153 Winsor 
Henshaw John A., chemist, house 23 Craigie 
Henzi William, currier, boards 440 North avenue 
Herbert Harry, currier, boards 4 Cowperthwait . 
Herbert Henry, laborer, house Montgomery, near Spruce 
Herlihy John, stone cutter, house 54 Gore 
Herman John, currier, boards 21 Seventh 
Hermans Anna, widow of Hobart, house Munroe n. Third 
Hermans Henry, machinist, house Munroe, near Third 
Hermans Paul, laborer, boards Munroe, near Third 
Herness Corelius, laborer, house 68 Vine 
Heron Joseph, glassware, &c, 437 Main, house do. 
Herrick Frank C, clerk (41 Franklin, B.), house 71 Wash. 
Herrick George, carpenter, house 10 Florence 
Herrick Israel, shoecutter, house 71 Washington 
Herrick William A., attorneyatlaw (33 School, B.), house 

7 Norton 
Herring Francis A., overseer Union Car Stables (Somer- 

ville), house Frank, near North avenue 
Herring Mary B. Miss, house 39 Brattle 
Herron Samuel, clerk T. Carey, boards do. 
Hersey Peter, clerk, 548 Main 
Hertach Samuel, laborer, house 57 Charles 
Hertech John, pocketbook maker, house 184 Green 
Herzberg Robert, cabinetmaker, boards 70 Gore 
Herzog John, currier, boards 440 North avenue 
Hess Hiram, steampipefitter, house 25 Union 
Hess John, gunsmith, house 39 Union 
Hewett Asa W., trav. agent F. A. Kennedy, h. 98 Norfolk 
Hewett Charles Mrs., house 167 Winsor 
Hewins John A., springbedmaker, h. Blanche, n. Front 
Hewins Parke W., student H. U., rooms 345 Harvard 
Hewlett A. Molineaux Mrs., house 23 Dunster 
Hewlett Emanuel Molineaux, law student Boston Univer- 
sity, boards 23 Dunster [23 Dunster 
Hewlett Paul P. Molineaux, clerk (Boston P. O.), boards 
Hews Albert H. (A. H. Hews & Co.), earthenware, Cres- 
cent avenue, cor. Raymond, house at Somerville 
Hews Augustus H., boards 291 Broadway 
Hews Catherine, widow of John, house 291 Broadway 

w^-^LIBRART cases, mantel mirrors, and dicd PI ACQ CC 
*WAt Bancroft & Boyden's, 180 Fremont St. riLn ULnOOLOj 



CAMBRIDGE [H] DIRECTORY. 209 

Hews Michael, laborer, house 79 Brighton [do. 

Hewson John N., boots and shoes, 428 Cambridge, house 
Heydacker Lewis, cabinetmaker, house 1 Seventh 
Heyden Henry, galvanizer, house 61 Washington 
Heymer John C., stereotyper, house 22 Wendell 
Heyn Frederick A., sausagemaker, house 74 Sixth 
Hey wood Sarah H., widow of Samuel P., h. 149 Austin 
Hezlitt George, stonecutter, house 29 Kinnaird 
Hezlitt George M., leading, boards 29 Kinnaird 
Hezlitt John A., stonecutter, boards 29 Kinnaird 
Hibbard David, bookkeeper (B.), house 212 North avenue 
Hickey James, laborer, house Lincoln court 
Hickey Jeremiah, laborer, house 6 North 
Hickey John, laborer, house 53 North 
Hickey Michael, stonecutter, house 12 Third 
Hickey Michael W., actionmaker M. & H. Organ Co., h. 

5 Mill 
Hickey Patrick H., stereotyper, house 134 Pleasant 
Hickey Patrick J., delivery clerk (Central wharf, B.), h. 

203 Cambridge 
Hickey Thomas L., carver, 77 Main, bds. Lincoln court 
Hick-ford Thomas W., house 4 Union 
Hickie John J., driver baker's wagon, house 153 Green 
Hicks John G., wheelwright, 3 River, boards 25 Park 
I-Iicks Thomas, miller, house 33 Union 
Hicks Thomas J., bootmaker, 89 Cambridge, h. 125 Gore 
Hicks Samuel W., tinsmith, 605 Main, house 5 West 
Hicks William C, tubeboard maker M. & H. Organ Co., 

boards 46 Western avenue 
Hidden William H., drygoods (68 and 70 Summer, B.), 

house 259 Harvard 
Higgins Benjamin F., carpenter, house 95 Green 
Higgins Edward, traveling salesman N. E. Glass Co., bds. 

57 Spring [Cherry 

Higgins Elbridge S., molder, 113 Broadway, boards 62 
Higgins Freeman, cabinetmaker, 77 Main, house at West 

Somerville 
Higgins James, merchant tailor, 112 Cambridge, h. do. 
Higgins James W., jr., student, Boston University, bds. 

112 Cambridge 
Higgins John, laborer, house 124 Brookline 
Higgins John, jr., upholsterer, boards 124 Brookline 
Higgins John C, foreman Woodbury & Co., house 5 

Second street court 
Higgins John H., upholsterer, house 124 Brookline 
Higgins John H., clerk, house 185 Columbia 
Higgins Margaret, widow, house rear 423 Cambridge 

FAWPV IWFRPflATTWftq billings, harvard tailor 

JLMuI UVMUUilllillJlJ, Volton Block, 430 Harvard Street. 

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210 CAMBRIDGE [J[] DIRECTORY. 



Higgins Martha D. Miss, music teacher, boards J. G. 

Adams', Wallace 
Higgins Martin, laborer, house rear 163 Bridge 
Higgins Mary A. Mrs., teacher Thorndike grammar 

school, boards 57 Spring 
Higgins Solon O. (Snow & Higgins), provisions and gro- 
ceries, 116 Pearl, house do. 
Higgins Sumner C, tin worker, 651 Main, h. 34 Hamilton 
Higgins Thomas, boards 124 Brookline 
Higgins Thomas, hackdriver at Pike's stable, Church, bcls. 

24 Farwell place [bds. 11 Gardner 

Higgins Warren R., steam and gasfitter, 11 Central sq., 
Higgins William, carpenter, h. Allen, n. North aveuue 
Higgins William H., carpenter, h. .Regent, n. North av. 
Hildreth A. Edwin, pres. Cambridge Gas Light Co., and 

pres. Bates Manufacturing Co. (40 State, B.), house 

62 North avenue [Brattle 

Hildreth Charles W., provisions (1 Moon, B.\ house 37 
Hildreth John L., physician, 37 Brattle, house do. 
Hill Alexander, engineer Boston rolling mill, house 35 

Webster avenue 
Hill Alexander, jr., engineer Boston rolling mill, Portland 

street, house 42 Hampshire [Newton 

Hill Charles P., fly finisher M. & H. Organ Co., house at 
Hill Daniel, house 65 Norfolk 
Hill David, pressman, house 21 Gerry 
Hill Edward, carriagesmith, house 42 Jefferson 
Hill Edward, tailor, 538 Main, house 6 Lopez 
Hill Edward B., law student, rooms 34 Divinity Hall 
Hill Edwin A., agent Union Machine and Foundry Co., 

58 Cambridge, house at Reading 
Hill Emily R. Mrs., house 67 Western avenue 
Hill Frank C, boardinghouse, 67 and 67-J- Western av. 
Hill George A,, assistant professor of physics, H. IT., 

rooms 20 Holworthy Hall 
Hill Hannah A., widow of William A., house 50 Pearl 
Hill. Hannah B., widow of Nathaniel, house 104 Prospect 
Hill Hannah L., teacher Allston grammar school, room 7, 

boards 16 Prospect 
Hill Henry B., assistant professor of chemistry H. U., h. 

Hammond, near Oxford 
Hill Holmes, eating saloon, 389 Cambridge, house 96 

Webster avenue 
Hill James, hostler, house Harvey, corner Montgomery. 
Hill James D., coachman, house 20 Brewer 
Hill James W. H., apothecary, 32 River, house rear 

Western avenue, near Putnam avenue 

CTI V IWn VflT VflT BnNNflTC Made to order, and warranted to suit, at 
MLJY AllU ■ XUJU » JC4 1 DUlUlMO CftOMACK'S, 26 Temple Place, Boston. 



CAMBRIDGE []{] DIRECTORY. 211 

Hill John D., laborer, house 22 Brewer 

Hill John H., organ key maker, boards L. W. Thompson's, 

Distillhouse 
Hill John W., brushmaker, boards Third, cor. Gore 
Hill J. Frank, regulator M. & H. Organ Co., h. 107 Winsor 
Hill Nellie S. Miss, clerk, 15 River, boards 17 do. 
Hill William, laborer, house rear 209 Mt. Auburn 
Hill William G. (Hill & Alma), leather dealer (Summer, 

corner South, B.), house 104 Otis 
Hill William M., carpenter, boards 46 Market 
Hill Winchell N., machinist, house 179 Harvard 
Hillary John, soapmaker, house 4 Portland 
Hillery Martin, tailor, house 32 Cowperthwait 
Hillery Mary, widow of Thomas, house rear 11 Sparks 
Hilliard Samuel D., shoemaker, house 32 Winsor 
Hilliker John, hairdresser, house 19 Banks 
Hillman John J., silverplater (24 Sudbury, B.), house 156 

Thorndike 
Hillman Maria M. Miss, music teacher, h. 156 Thorndike 
Hillock Thomas J., carpenter, house 132 Auburn 
Hills Henry S., furniture (53 Fulton, B.),h.78 Thorndike 
Hills William B., instructor in chemistry H. U., house 

Langdon, near Chauncy 
Hilton James M., produce dealer (cellar 3 Quincy Market, 

B.), house 9 Forest 
Hilton James M., house 47 Oxford 
Hilton Joseph F., provisions (5 F. H. Market, B.), house 

14 Centre 
Hilton Lavinia F., widow, h. 118 Columbia [lumbia 

Hilton Thomas B., hairdresser (Brookline), bds. 117 Co- 
Himeon Miner W., carpenter, house 22 Green 
Hinchy James, currier F. Fischer, bds. P. Mulcahy's, Reed 
Hinchy Patrick, currier F. Fischer, bds. P. Mulcahy's, Reed 
Hinckley Francis, boots and shoes, 177 Cambridge, h. at 

Maplewood 
Hinckley Henry, clergyman, house 115 Prospect 
Hinckley Howard, student Scientific school, rooms 41 

Divinity Hall 
Hinckley Nelson B., molder, house 8 Cherry 
Hines Benjamin, laborer, house 14 Conlon's court 
Hines Joseph P., in Boston rolling mill, Portland, house 

Bristol 
Hines Thomas, laborer, house 40 Washington 
Hinkley Sarah J. Miss, teacher Allston grammar school, 

room 9, boards 15 Amory 
Hinman Joseph, house 48 Magazine 
Hiscock Alonzo, machinist, 368 Main 

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212 CAMBRIDGE [JJ] DIRECTORY. 

Hiscock Edward C, teamster, house 4 Dickinson 
Hiscock Orlando, laborer, house 48 Portland 
Hiscock Simon D., policeman, station 2, h. 8 Village 
Hittinger George J., clerk 72 Main, house at Somerville 
Hittinger Michael (Rawson & Hittinger), steam engine 

manufacturer, 72 Main, house at Somerville 
Hittle Erhart, musical instrument maker (Sudbury, B.), 

house 95 Sixth 
Hixon Charles, cabinetmaker, boards 116 Harvard 
Hixon Edward (Edward Hixon & Co.), furniture and up- 
holstery goods (364 Washington, B.), factory 124 

Harvard, house 70 Franklin 
Hixon Edward, jr. (Edward Hixon & Co.), furniture, etc. 

(364 Wash.', B.), and 124 Harvard, h. at Watertown 
Hixon Edward & Co. (Edward Hixon, Frederick Reed, 

and Edward Hixon, jr.), furniture and upholstery 

goods (364 Washington, B.) factory 124 Harvard 
Hixon George, upholsterer, house 116 Harvard 
Hixon George E., upholsterer, boards 21 Brookline 
Hixon Margaret A., wid. of James, h. 13 Sparks st. pi. 
Hixon Martin, upholsterer, house 71 Hastings 
Hixon Robert T., driver hose carriage No. 1, Brattle sq., 

rooms do. 
Hixon Walter J., packer, boards 116 Harvard 
Hoag Jonathan, clerk 171 Main, boards 173 do. 
Hoar Betsey Mrs., house 24 Sacramento 
Hoare Frank, paper and twine (7 Williams ct., B.), h. 15 

Fairmont 
Hoare Richard, clerk (7 Williams court, B.), boards 15 

Fairmont [bridge 

Hobart Edward E., law student H. II ., rooms 713 Cam- 
Kobart Moses E., baker, house 125 Winsor 
Hobbs Augustus L., carbuilder, h. Acorn, n. Chestnut 
Hobbs Eliza A., widow of Curtis, house 115 Spring 
Hobbs Francis A., bookbinder, house 14 Bath 
Hobbs Henry C, glasscutter, house r. 150 Prospect 
Hobbs Jeremiah R., driver hook and ladder No. 2, rooms 

do. 
Hobbs Jeremiah S., carpenter, house 7 Park 
Hobbs Lydia, widow of David, house 29 Cherry 
Hobbs Lydia C. Miss, boardinghouse 29 Cherry 
Hobbs Moses H., directory agent, boards 29 Cherry 
Hobbs William, clock repairer, house 136 Columbia 
Hocking John, agent Northern Transportation Co. (Old 

State house, B.), house 18 Forest 
Hodgdon Andrew H., student H. IT., rooms 766 Main 
Hodge Bridget, widow of Richard, h. 165 Franklin 

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Hodge J. R., clerk, Bursar's office, H. IT., rooms 7 Wads- 
worth House 
Hodges Alice S. Miss, telegraph operator Western Union 

Tel Co., 625 Main, bds. 32 Western av. 
Hodges Arthur (W. S. Barbour and A. Hodges), civil 

engineer, 563 Main, house at West Somerville 
Hodges George, hairdresser 5 Broadway, bds. at Boston 
Hodges Harry B., assist, in Chemistry, H. U., rooms 2 

College House 
Hodges Jane, widow of Francis, house 38 Ellery 
Hodges Mary A., widow of James C, h. 5 Worcester 
Hodges Richard M., clergyman, house 1 Waterhouse 
Hodges Thomas H., laborer, house 34 Hastings 
Hodgkins Caroline, widow of Samuel, house 3 Fifth 
Hodgkins Clara J., Miss, wax flowers, 3 Fifth, bds. do. 
Hodgkins John H., regulator M. & H. Organ Co. 
Hodgkins John S., paper hanger, house 129 Thorndike 
Hodgkins Margaret R., teacher Harvard grammar school, 

room 16 
Hodgkins Rufus M., supt. Cambridge post-office, 625 

Main, house 3 Worcester 
Hodgkins William C, student Scientific school, rooms 12 

Remington [Remington 

Hodgkins William K., tailor (18 School, Boston), h. 12 
Hodsdon Benjamin P., fruit dealer (11 and 12 No. Market, 

B.), house 112 Thorndike » 
Hodsdon Edwin C, cooper, bds. Squire's brick blk., Gore 
Hodston Clarence L., cooper, house 70 Allston 
Hofedank John, baker, house 45 Winsor 
Hofer Frederick, toolmaker, First, near Cambridge, house 

45 Cambridge 
Hoffman John, cabinetmaker, house 148 Charles 
Hoffman Joseph, teamster, bds. G. Sampson's, Concord av. 
Hoffman Oscar, bookkeeper J. A. Engdahl's, boards 

Reed's Hotel 
Hoffman Reinhold F., cabinetmaker, house 87 Sixth 
Hoffses Emerson W., carpenter, house 53 Clark 
Hogan Annie J., dressmaker, 141 Gore, boards do. 
Hogan Edward, cooper, house 141 Gore 
Hogan James, laborer, house 143 Hampshire 
Hogan John B., furniture manufacturer Osborn's Mills, 

State, house 4 Holly 
Hogan John C, bookbinder, house 214 Franklin 
Hogan Julia C, widow of John H., house 214 Franklin 
Hogan J., sawyer M. <fcf H. Organ Co. 
Hogan Matthew, potter, house 20 Coggswell avenue 
Hogan Thomas, brassfinisher 368 Main^ bds. 214 Franklin 

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Hogan William, carpenter, boards Porter's Hotel 

Hoit Charles E., boards 48 Fifth 

Hoit Ezekiel, glasscutter, house 48 Fifth 

Hoit Joseph, glasscutter, house 128 Thorn dike 

Holbrook Nathan H., superintendent, house 42 Chestnut 

Holden Amos P., musician, house 100 Allston 

Holden Austin, assistant librarian at Athenaeum (Beacon, 

B.), boards 21 Linnaean 
Holden Elizabeth, house 2 Oak 

Holden Margaret A., widow of James D., h. 21 Linnaean 
Holden Robert, laborer, boards 10 Fay er weather 
Holden Susan B., widow of Tilly, house 8 Allen 
Holden William, blacksmith, house 152 Green 
PI olden William, fireman, 113 Broadway, h. 39 Hastings 
Holerhan Dennis, laborer, boards 201 Franklin 
Holiday Henry A., porter, house 72 Elm 
Holiday Luke, laborer, house 72 Elm [Inman 

Holland Charles H., shipper (1 Hamilton, B.), house 109 
Holland Frederick W. Rev., house 15 Everett 
Holland George, laborer, house 5 Portland 
Holland Henry W., attorney (33 School, B.), b. 15 Everett 
Holland James, mason, boards 66 Vine 
Holland John, laborer, house Deacon 
Holland John E., printer, boards 5 Rockwell 
Holland Pamelia Mrs., house 476 Cambridge 
Holland Timothy, peddler, house 25 Howard 
Holland Timothy, jr., laborer, h. 5 Foster's blk., r. 95 Main 
Holland William, night watchman, boards 204 Franklin 
Holland William A., printer J. Wilson & Son, rooms 44 

Brighton 
Hollenback John, laborer, house 56 Hastings 
Hollis Charles Mrs., house 103 Columbia 
Hollis Charles R., wheelwright F. Ivers, bds. at Somerville 
Hollis Mary, widow of Charles H., house 58 Market 
Holloran David, laborer, house 129 Webster avenue 
Holly John A., boards 69 Concord avenue 
Holly Patrick, house 69 Concord avenue 
Holly Tree Inn, restaurant, Palmer, near Brattle 
Holman Charles E., clerk M. & H. Organ Co. 
Holman Geo. W., pastor Second Baptist society, h. 102 Otis 
HOLMAN JOHN, feathers and bedding (115 Hanover 

and 60 Union, B.), house 140 North avenue 
Holman John C, student H. U., boards 140 North av. 
Holmberg John F., grocer, 185 Broadway, h. opp. do. 
Holmes Anna P. Miss, house 47 Magazine 
Holmes Caroline E., widow of Charles, h. 44 Brighton 
Holmes Catherine C. Mrs., house 33 Water 

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Holmes Charles W., house 55 Magazine 

Holmes Clarence R., stoves and tinware mnfr., 157 North 

avenue, boards Porter's Hotel 
Holmes Frank M., flour dealer (40 and 42 Commercial, 

B.), house 80 Magazine 
Holmes Freeland S., salesman, h. 2 Sidney- 
Holmes Galen R., laborer, house 36 Market 
Holmes George H., clerk and messenger Cambridgeport 

National Bank, 585 Main, boards 75 Allston 
Holmes George W., laborer, house 54 Sacramento 
Holmes Howard W., hackman S. Gicldings, Columbia, 

boards 39 Fourth 
Holmes Isaac C. (Holmes & Rugg), wood and coal, Riv- 
erside, opp. City Mill, house 75 Allston 
Holmes Isaac G. (I. G. Holmes & Co.), boots and shoes, 

578 Main, bds. 75 Allston [578 Main 

Holmes I. G. & Co. (Isaac G. Holmes), boots and shoes, 
Holmes James A., boards 325 Harvard 
Holmes John, attorney, house 5 Appian way 
Holmes Joseph A. (Jos. A. Holmes & Co.), grocer, 606 

and 610 Main, house 55 Magazine 
Holmes Joseph A. & Co. (Jos. A. and Jos. H. Holmes), 

grocers, 606 and 610 Main 
Holmes Joseph H. (Jos. A. Holmes & Co.), grocer, 606 

and 610 Main, h. 81 Green 
Holmes Marcus R., piano keyfinisher, bds. 38 School 
Holmes Mark, packer A. H. Hews & Co. 
Holmes Mary A., widow of David N., h. 39 Fourth 
Holmes Patrick, coachman, house 46 Foster 
Holmes Peter, grease collector, h. 92 Webster avenue 
Holmes Susan B. Miss, teacher Webster grammar school, 

boards 9 Kinnaird 
Holmes William S., polisher, house 23 Bay 
Holmes & Rugg (Isaac C. Holmes and George H. Rugg), 

wood and coal, Riverside, opp. City Mill 
Holt Alden, piper, house 16 Watson 
Holt Alfred F., physician, 98 Austin, boards do. 
Holt Daniel, piper, house 16 Watson 
Holt Gustavus C, ins. agent (7 Exchange pi., B.), house 

41 Coggswell av. 
Holt Homer C, lawyer, 589)^ Main, h. 555 do. 
Holt Jacob A., house 8 Cherry 
Holt James, laborer, boards rear 57 Charles 
Holt James L. Mrs., boardinghouse, 10 South 
Holt Joseph G., boards 12 Norfolk 
Holt Samuel H., blacksmith (409 Federal, B.), house 8 

Plympton 

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216 CAMBRIDGE []J] DIRECTORY. 

Holt Stephen A. (Holt& Bugbee), hardwood lumber, 17 

East, office (17 Bowker, B.), h. at Winchester 
Holt & Bugbee (Stephen A. Holt and John B. Bugbee), 

hardwood luraberdealers, 17 East, office (17 Bowker, 

Boston) 
HOLT WILLIAM B., painter, 14 Church, h. 8 Acacia 
Holton Frank L., insurance agent, boards 14 Prospect 
Holton Fred. H., bookkeeper (69 Merrimac, B.), boards 

14 Prospect 
Holyoke House, Harvard, corner Holyoke 
Homan Cornelius, cooper, boards 25 Fourth 
Homer Adeline D., widow of Charles W., h. 26 Garden 
Homer George, auctioneer, boards 60 Cherry 
Homer Henry A., clerk, boards 26 Garden 
Homer Moore R., real estate 'agent, house 214 Harvard 
Hooker Alfred M., engineer, boards 52 Putnam avenue 
Hooker Anna W., widow of Anson, house 415 Broadway 
Hooker Charles K., steam heating apparatus, 635 Main, 

h. 132 Magazine 
Hooker Charles R., driver U . R. Co., h. 204 Hampshire 
Hooker Fred. A., machinist, bds. 52 Putnam av. 
Hooker Henry (Morrill & Hooker), steam engines, 356 

Main, h. 57 Auburn 
Hooker Hiram W., driver steam fire engine No. 1, Brattle 

sq., rooms do. 
Hooley Julia, widow of Daniel, house 208 Franklin 
Hooley William, laborer, boards 208 Franklin 
Hooper Betsey, widow, boards 5 Daniels court 
Hooper Edward W., house Reservoir 
Hooper George A., furniture finisher, 77 Main, h. at Boston 
Hooper Isaac D., house 2 Allston court 
Hooper Moses W., policeman, house 53 Fifth 
Hooper Warren L., fruitdealer (42 South Market, B.), h. 

291 North avenue 
Hope Eugene, stereotyper Riverside, h. 16 Walnut ct. 
Hope George T., painter, house 27 Fourth 
Hopkins Albert B., carpenter, house 141 Pearl 
Hopkins Catherine, widow of Edward, house 121 Elm 
Hopkins Curtis, painter, house 119 Washington 
Hopkins Edwin F., fancy glassblower, bds. 55 Gore 
Hopkins Emma A. Miss, teacher Thorndike grammar 

school, bds. 165 Spring 
Hopkins James, laborer, house Norfolk court 
Hopkins Josiah, painter, house 91 Green 
Hopkins Thomas, glassblower, house 165 Spring 
Hopkins William G., glassworker, house 55 Gore 
Hopkinson Clarinna A., wid. of Thomas, h. 5 Phillips pi. 

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CAMBRIDGE [H] DIRECTORY. 217 

Hopkinson John P., teacher private school (20 Boylston 

pi., B.),h. 22 Craigie 
Hoppin Nicholas Rev., house 469 Broadway 
Horan Charles, laborer, house 65 Spruce 
Horan Charles, laborer, house 6 Fourth 
Horan Ellen, widow of Patrick, house 24 Montgomery 
Horan Jeremiah, laborer, house 24 Montgomery 
Horan John, carpenter, house 41 Banks 
Horan John, teamster Brine & Clark, boards North 
Horan Mary, widow of David, house 53 North 
Horan Timothy, painter, h. Montgomery, cor. Belmont 
Horan Timothy, teamster Brine & Clark, house North 
Hore Celia, widow, house Porter, near Harding 
Horgan Dennis, granite worker A. McDonald, house at 

Belmont 
Horgan John, carpenter, house 107 Tremont 
Horgan John J., marbleworks, 45 to 53 Main, h. Pioneer 
Horn Israel F., icedealer (48 State, B), house 93 Spring 
Horn John, driver, boards 4 Squire's court 
Horn Plurnmer S.J teamster, house 57 Broadway 
Horn William, matmaker, house 25 Harvey 
Horolouis Harriet Mrs., house 92 Harvard 
Horrigan John, laborer, house rear 191 Hampshire 
Horrigan John, laborer, house 53 Amory 
Horrigan John, hostler Prospect House Stable, boards 

Prospect House 
Horrigan Timothy, laborer, house rear 191 Hampshire 
Horjigan' Timothy, laborer, house 50 Amory 
Horrogan Jeremiah, blacksmith, house 267 Cambridge 
Horrogan Mary, widow, house 420 Cambridge 
Horsford Eben N., house 27 Craigie 

Horsman George W., stereotyper Riverside, h. 2 Daye av. 
Horton L. H. Mrs., house Lambert av., opp. Shawm ut av. 
Horton Sylvester, tubeboardmaker M. & H. Organ Co. 
Hosley Frederick P., periodicals and yeast manuf., 71 

Vine, house do. 
Hosmer Charles R., cook, boards 67 River 
Hosmer George C, real estate, &c. (179 Washington, B,), 

house 60 Cherry 
Hostler Jumpety, laborer, house foot Harvey 
Hotel Cambridge, John J. Lewis, proprietor, 45 Otis 
Houghton Albert G. (H. O. Houghton & Co.), Riverside 

Press, and New York Publishing House of Hurd & 

Houghton, house at Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Houghton Augusta M., teacher Felton primary school, h. 

at Somerville 
Houghton Charles H., machinist, house 109 Tremont 

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Houghton Edward C, brassfinisher, bouse 467 Main 
Houghton Henry M., grocer, Cambridge, cor. Springfield, 

boards 122 Norfolk 
Houghton Henry O. (H. O. Houghton & Co.), Riverside 

Press, house 800 Main 
Houghton Henry O., jr., student H. IT., boards 800 Main 
Houghton H. O. & Co. (Henry O. Houghton, Melancthon 

M. Hurd, Albert G. Houghton and Geo. H. Mifflin), 

Riverside Press, at Riverside, foot of River 
Houghton Joseph D., carpenter, house 15 Mead 
Houghton Thomas P., buildingmover, house 23 Cherry 
Houlahan Catherine M., widow of John, h. 2)4 William 
Houlahan Charles H., clerk (23 Otis, B.), h. 2% William 
Houlihan Michael, teamster, boards 8 Davis 
Houlihan Thomas, laborer, house 30 Harvard [vard 

Houlihan Thomas A., printer (39 Arch B.), bds. 30 Har- 
Houstetter Louis, woodturner at Geldowsky's, house 192 

Cambridge 
Hovey Caroline Miss, house 9 Brookline 
Hovey Charles H., boards 381 Broadway 
Hovey Charles M. (Hovey & Co.\ nurseries, Cambridge, 

near Maple avenue, and (53 North Market, B.), house 

381 Broadway 
Hovey Dana R., clerk, 532 Main, house 4 Kinnaird 
Hovey Ebenezer Mrs., house 8 Day [h. 8. Day 

Hovey Elbridge S., real estate (11 Pemberton square, B.), 
Hovey Eliza Miss, house 9 Brookline 
Hovey Horatio N., grocer, 46 Gore, cor. Third, h. 93 Otis 
Hovey Horatio N., jr., drygoods and paper hangings, 103 

Cambridge, house do. 
Hovey John C., horticulturist (53 North Market, B.), h. 

9 Brookline 
Hovey J. Dana, grocer, 532 Main, house do. 
Hovey Lewis W., hostler Fresh Pond Hotel, boards do. 
Hovey Mary H., widow of William B., house 40 William 
Hovey Phineas B. (Hovey & Co.), seedsman (53 North 

Market, B.), house 9 Brookline 
Hovey Stillman S., bookkeeper F. Fischer, house Tannery 
Hovey Walter, salesman (450 Washington, B.), house 28 

Bigelow [67 Pleasant 

Hovey William H., butter (32 F. H. Market, B.), house 
Hovey & Co. (Charles M. and Phineas B. Hovey), nur- 
series, Cambridge, near Maple av., and seeds (53 

North Market, B.) 
Howard Abbie A. K., teacher Thorndike grammar school, 

boards 133 Cambridge 
Howard Charles A., waiter, Memorial Hall, rooms do. 

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CAMBKIDGE [H] DIRECTORY. 219 

Howard Charles W., pianoforte keymaker, 139 Broadway, 

house 7 Pioneer avenue 
Howard Daniel H., mariner, hoase 43 Brookline 
Howard Gabriel, laborer, house rear 37 Garden 
Howard George C, author, house 826 Main [38 Fifth 
Howard George H., bookkeeper Lockhart, Bridge, house 
Howard George H., clerk (44 North Market, B.), house 3 

Summer 
Howard James, baker, house 15 Vine 
Howard John E., printer, boards 36 Fairmont 
Howard Julius D., compositor, house 17 Banks 
Howard Martha A., wid. of Alfred G., house 9 South 
Howard Michael, laborer, house 5 Coggswell place 
Howard Peter J., hairdresser, 10 Brighton, h. Inman 
Howard Peter M. Mrs., house 28 Tremont 
Howard Thomas, molder, boards 5 Dickinson 
Howard Thomas M., night watchman W. L. Lockhart, 

house rear 128 Thorndike 
Howard William, shoemaker, boards 159 Norfolk 
Howarth J. Thomas, painter, house r. 15 Baldwin 
Howe Albert A., baker 151 Harvard, boards 149 do. 
Howe Archibald M., lawyer (15 Pemberton sq., B.), bds. 

4 Garden 
Howe Avery F., expressman (B.), h. 35 William 
Howe Benjamin, action maker, M. & H. Organ Co. 
Howe Daniel K. (D. K. Howe & Co.), carriage trimmer, 

and dealer in carriages and harnesses, 436K Main, 

house do. 
Howe David (Teel, Howe & Co.), bacon curer, Main, opp. 

Winsor, house 22 Front 
Howe D. K. & Co. (Daniel K. Howe), carriage trimmers, 

and dealers in carriages, harnesses, etc., 4363^ Main 
Howe Edward, boards IT. T. Howe's, Garden 
Howe Edward F., expressman (B.), h. 35 William 
Howe Elias, music dealer (103 Court, B.), house 285 

Broadway 
Howe Estes, treasurer Cambridge Gas Light Co., Lyceum 

Building, Harvard sq., house 1 Oxford 
Howe Frank M., draughtsman (2 Pemberton sq., B.), h. 

7 Norris [dell 

Howe Frederick C, clerk (15 Central, B.), bds. 32 Wen- 
Howe James Murray, house 4 Garden 
Howe James Murray, jr., clerk (49 High, B.), boards 4 

Garden 
Howe John, action maker, M. & H. Organ Co. 
Howe Josiah D., painter Mt. Auburn cemetery, h. 3 Foster 
Howe Mary E. Miss, house 2 Garden 

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Howe Mary L., widow of George, house 4 Wright 
Howe Michael, laborer, house McCabe, n. Cambridge 
Howe Moses G., lawyer (35 Court, B.), h. 7 Roselaud 
Howe Otis (Tyler, Howe & Co.), spring bed manufactur- 
er, 386 Main, house 26 Inraan 
Howe Thomas J., boots and shoes (106 Pearl, B.), house 

32 Wendell 
Howe Thomas J. G., spring bed maker, bds. 392 Main 
Howe Tracy, clerk, boards IT. T. Howe's, Garden 
Howe Tyler (Tyler, Howe & Co.), spring bed manufac- 
turer, 386 Main, house 392 do. 
Howe, Tyler & Co. (Tyler & Otis Howe), spring bed 

mnfrs., 386 Main (~N"ew York office, 173 Canal) 
Howe IT. Tracy, house 55 Garden 

Howe William, florist, Oxford, cor. Crescent, house do. 
Howe William, clergyman, house 746 Main 
Howe William, fly finisher M. & H. Organ Co. 
Howe William H., clerk (103 Court, *B.), boards 285 

Broadway 
Howell Henry B., clerk (30 Winter, B.), bds. 3 Banks 
Howells William D., editor (Atlantic Monthly, B.), h. 37 

Concord avenue 
Howes Ernest, bookbinder Riverside, bds. 37 Pleasant 
Howes Lewis W. (Howes & Jose), lawyer 583 Main, and 

(33 School, B.), house 48 Prospect 
Howes Richard T., fruit (13 Change av., B.), h. 99 Inman 
Howes Solomon, seacaptain, house 334 Broadway 
Howes & Jose (Lewis W. Howes and Edwin H. Jose), 

lawyers, 583 Main 
Howland E. C, clerk 257 Cambridge, bds. 133 do, 
Howland Thomas T., mason 19 Cherry, h. 2 Cherry court 
Howland Wm. H. (Howland & Doughty), lumber dealer, 

Prison Point bridge, h. at Woburn centre 
Howland & Doughty (William H. Howland and James 
Doughty), lumber Dealers, Prison Point bridge, or- 
der box (44 Kilby, B.) 
Howlett Enoch J., house 117 Washington 
Howlett George C., com. mer. (11 Central wharf, B.), h. 

56 Columbia 
Howlett Geo. P., clerk (71 Chauncy, B.), bds. 56 Columbia 
Howlett Joseph P. (94 Union, B.), bds. 115 Washington 
Howlett William, cigarmaker, 539 Main, h. 115 Wash. 
Hoxie Walter, private school, 12 Bow, and at Cambridge 

Observatory, house do. 
Hoy Jane, widow of Joseph, h. rear 19 Gore 
Hoyt Alvan, carpenter, house 408 Main 
Hoyt Arthur W., civil engineer, boards 36 Trowbridge 



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CAMBRIDGE [J[] DIRECTORY. 221 

HOYT BENJAMIN F., chair, sofa, and lounge frames, 

88 Sixth, house do. 
Hoyt Benj. J., bellhanger, 595 Main, h. 61 Cherry 
Hoyt Benj. S. (A. C. Sanborn & Co.), rough and ham- 
mered granite, 68 Bridge, h. 134 Otis 
Hoyt George F. Mrs., house 7 Marvin place 
Hoyt John^H., turner M. & H. Organ Co., h. at West 

Newton 
Hubbard Appleton, wood and coal dealer, wharf foot of 
Charles River, order box 6 Brattle, house 19 Mount 
Auburn 
Hubbard Gardiner G., counsellor (711 Fourteenth, Wash- 
ington, D. C), h. Brattle, cor. Sparks 
Hubbard Geo. B., conductor IT. R. Co., h. 8 Rockwell 
Hubbard James M., public library (B.), house Wiliard, 

corner Brattle 
Hubbard John H., apothecary, Harvard block, 468 Har- 
vard, boards 378 do. 
Hubbard Lucius L., lawyer (16 Pemberton square, B.), 
boards 5 Phillips place [8 Rockwell 

Hubbard Melville W., clerk Post Office (B.), house 
Hubbard Patrick, laborer, boards 87 Spruce [30 Elm 

Hubbard William H., driver Thurston, Hall & Co., house 
Hubbard William M., provisions, Cambridge, cor. Second, 

house 9 North Second 
Hubbert Thomas, laborer, house rear 44 Washington 
Huckins Irving, with T. S. Huckins, b<ls. 36 Concord av. 
Huckins Thomas S., carpenter and builder, house 36 Con- 
cord avenue 
Huckson Jacob, steam ganger, house 49 Harvard 
Huddy Ann Miss, house 353 Cambridge [75 Otis 

Hudson Annie M., copyist Cambridge Court House, bds. 
Hudson E. Frances, copyist Cambridge Court House, bds. 

75 Otis 
Hudson Francis O. & Co., restaurant and billiard hall, 

Lyceum building, Harvard sq., house 37 Ash 
Hudson George, coffinmaker, house 68 Spring 
Hudson Henry B., rooms 38 Bigelow 
Hudson Henry N., clergyman, house 38 Bigelow 
Hudson John F., stationers' hardware and car trimmings 
(11 Chardon, B.), house 83 Inman [Inman 

Hudson Reuben R., dentist (120 Tremont, B.), house 82 
Hudson Robert J., boards 75 Otis 
Hudson Thomas S. Mrs., house 75 Otis 
Hudson T. Henry, messenger Lechmere National Bank, 

66 Cambridge, boards 75 Otis 
Huebel Christina, widow of Philip, house 117 Harvard 

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Huebel Ernest C, boots and shoes, 117 Harvard, h. do.* 

Huff Alphonso, mason, boards 66 Vine 

Huggins Daniel, plasterer, boards 246 Bridge 

Hughes Alfred E., bookkeeper (36 India wharf, B.), bds. 

128^ Green 
Hughes Charles, laborer, house rear 327 Cambridge 
Hughes Edmond, laborer, house 7 Webster avenue 
Hughes Frank P., teamster, bds. J. Hughes', Jackson 
HUGHES GEORGE H., painter, 101 Green, h. 128* do. 
Hughes George F., painter, house 32 Somerset 
Hughes Hannah, widow, house 118 Third 
Hughes John, laborer, house 392 Cambridge 
Hughes John, junkdealer, house 214 Columbia 
Hughes John, teamster, house 18 Decatur 
Hughes John, teamster, house Jackson, near Spruce 
Hughes Margaret Mrs., house 37 Cowperthwait 
Hughes Michael B., grocer, 336 North av., house do. 
Hughes William, stonecutter, house 113 Hampshire 
Huguley Harrison W., deputy collector (Custom House, 

B.), house 28 Prospect [Cambridge 

Huhl William, cabinetmaker at Geldowsky's, house 36 
Hulbert George, upholsterer, house 44 Hamilton 
Hull Frederick D., laborer, house Hunting, n. Cambridge 
Hull Thomas, clerk, 387 Cambridge, boards 111 Winsor 
Hulme Abby M., widow, house 15 Mead 
Hulse James, potter, house 50 Cedar 
Humans William, electrician, house 84 River 
Humphrey Benjamin F., bookbinder (114 State, B.), h. 22 

Suffolk [Suffolk 

Humphrey Charles E., bookbinder (114 State, B.), bds. 22 
Humphrey David, flour (214 State, B.), house 811 Main 
Humphrey David, jr., flour (214 State, B.), house 23 

Maple avenue 
Humphrey George, teamster, boards 28 Seventh 
Humphrey John, laborer, house 28 Seventh 
Humphrey Orra H., clerk (P. .0., B.), house 107 Allston 
Humphrey Robert, laborer, boards 28 Seventh 
Humphrey Seth T., stonecutter, bds. 9 North Second 
Humphrey Seth T., carpenter (B.), house 181 Main 
Humphreys John, painter, house- 20 Harvard 
Humphreys Sophia Mrs., house 104 Mt. Auburn 
Humphrys James, jr., pressman J Wilson & Son, house 

rear 34 Brighton 
HUNNEWELL CHARLES H., real estate, Harvard, 

cor. Holyoke, house 134 Mt. Auburn 
Hun ne well Elias R. (Doe & Hunnewell), furniture mnfr., 

130 Gore, house at Boston 

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CAMBRIDGE [H] DIRECTORY. 223 

Hunnewell Eugene M., letter carrier Cambridge P. O., 

boards 134 Mt. Auburn 

Hunnewell Frank M., clerk, 220 North avenue, bds. W. 

H. Andrews', Somerville [liard 

Hunnewell Franklin, paperhanger, 14 Church, h. 17 Hil- 

Hunnewell James A., watches, jewelry, etc., Harvard, cor. 

Holyoke, house 6 Ash street place 
Hunnewell James W., confectionery and periodicals, Hen- 
derson's block, 228 North avenue, house Orchard 
Hunnewell Ruth, widow of Charles, house 79 Brattle 
Hunnewell William, janitor of schools, h. 136 Thorndike 
Hun son Lucinda A., widow of Henry, h. 21 Washington 
Hunson Stephen, carpenter, house 4 Washington 
Hunson Stephen Mrs., dressmaker, house 4 Washington 
Hunt Charles, at slaughterhouse, house 11 9 Prospect 
Hunt Daniel, house 4 Conlon's court 
Hunt Edgar F. (Edgar F. Hunt & Co.), bookseller and 

stationer, 575 Main, boards 32 Bigelow 
Hunt Edgar F. & Co. (Edgar F. Hunt), booksellers and 

stationers, 575 Main 
Hunt Freeman T. Mrs., bds.. 104 Mt. Auburn 
Hunt Hannah G., widow of T. W., h. 143 Cambridge 
Hunt John P., marblecarver McNamee, Mt. Auburn, bds. 
10 South [32 Bigelow 

Hunt Samuel F., undertaker, and janitor High school, h. 
Hunt William, hostler Union Car stables, h. Banks 
Hunt William, laborer, boards 48 DeWolf 
Hunt William H., carpenter, h. 131 Webster av. 
Hunter Harriet, widow of James, h. 60 Winter 
Hunter John A., matmaker, house 77 Pearl 
Hunter Reuben T., machinist, 72 Main, bds. 60 Winter 
Hunter Sarah, widow, h. Hollis, n. Spruce 
Hunter Smyth B., printer (B.), bds. 54 Winter 
Hunter Thomas, molder, house 71 School 
Hunting Charles B. Mrs., house 11 Ellsworth av. 
Hunting Charles H. L., clerk, 415 Cambridge, bds. do. 
Hunting C. Frank, clerk (99 Pearl, B.), boards 11 Ells- 
worth avenue 
Hunting George B., nurseryman, h. 440 Main 
Hunting Henry A., signpainter, house 107 Pleasant 
Hunting Henry E., liverystable, 70 Norfolk, h. 23 Elm 
Hunting Herbert R., waiter, house 23 Elm 
Huntington Austin P., student H. U., rooms 2 Holmes pi. 
Huntington James, watches, jewelry, etc., 9 Harvard 

row and 458 Harvard, h. 55 North av. 
Huntington Orlin E., B. & M. R. R., bds. 10 Leighton ct. 
Huntoon Hazen P., physician, house 69 River 

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224 CAMBRIDGE [J[] DIRECTORY. 

HUNTRESS JAMES E., musician Edmands' Band (61 

Cornhill, B.), h. 152 Prospect 
HURD AMOS D., wheelwright, Palmer, n. Brattle, h. do. 
Hurd Edward A., watchmaker, 9 Harvard row, boards A. 

D. Hurd's, Palmer 
Hurd Elisha, laborer, h. Bay, near Kinnaird 
Hurd Elizabeth Miss, house 661 Main 
Hurd George H., clerk (6 F. H. sq., B.), h. 28 Howard 
Hurd George W., boards 661 Main 
Hurd Henry, laborer, house rear 172 Franklin 
Hurd James H., diningsaloon, basement 559 Main, h. do. 
Hurd Mary A. Mrs., dressmaker, 559 Main, house do. 
Hurd Melancthon (H. O. Houghton & Co.), Riverside 

Press, h. at Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Hurd Theodore C., clerk of courts, Court House, E. Cam- 
bridge, h, 61 Otis 
Hurlbut William R., broker (29 State, B.), house 425 

Broadway 
Hurlbut Win. S., clerk (246 Hanover, B.), boards 425 

Broadway 
Hurley Charles, innholder, 122 Broadway, house do. 
Hurley Dennis F., clerk, 185 'Bridge, bds. 183 do. 
Hurley James, laborer, house 63 Gore 
Hurley James, house 188 Hampshire 
Hurley James, laborer, house 2 Hastings 
Hurley Jeremiah, currier, h. Montgomery, n. Spruce 
Hurley Jeremiah, waiter, (Tremont House, B.), house 37 

Charles 
Hurley John, laborer, house Porter, n. Warren 
Hurley John, laborer, house 2 East 
Hurley John, laborer, house Warren, near Cambridge 
Hurley Margaret, widow of Florence, h. 8 Lechmere pi. 
Hurley Mary, widow, house 2 Hastings 
Hurley Michael, laborer, house rear 127 Elm 
Hurley Morris, laborer, house 194 Dublin 
Hurley Patrick, laborer, house 262 Bridge 
Hurley Thomas, carpenter, house 126 Spring 
Hurley Timothy, teamster, h. Warren, n. Cambridge 
Hurley William, laborer, house Warren, n. Cambridge 
Hurlihey Jeremiah, laborer, bds. D. Shea's, Montgomery 
Hurly Jeremiah F., oilfinisher G. Woods & Co., house at 

Charlestown 
Huro Timothy, cook Memorial Hall, h. 9 Baldwin court 
Hurrell Edwin J. (Hurrell & Godsland), crockery, etc., 

441 Main, h. 11 Watson 
Hurrell & Godsland (Edwin J. Hurrell and George Gods- 
land), crockery and glassware, 441 Main 



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Hurter William F., clerk (599 Wash., B.), boards 106 

Austin [96 Thorndike 

Hussey Eliza M., teacher Putnam grammar school, boards 
Huston George, fireman B. & L. R. R., bds. 7 Leighton ct. 
Huston Josiah B., engineer B. & L. R. R., h. 13 Leighton 

court 
Hutchings George S., organmaker, house 61 Chestnut 
Hutchins Amy Miss, teacher Hillside grammar school 

(B.), bds. Win. Hutchin's, Milk 
Hutchins E. Winchester, cabinetmaker, h. 71 Third 
Hutchins G. E. S., laborer, Mt. Auburn, h. McDonald 
Hutchins Nellie A., Miss, teacher at Almshouse, boards 

Wm. Hutchin's, Milk 
Hutchins Oscar B., teacher of bookkeeping, h. 7 Prospect 
Hutchins Samuel, pressman, Riverside, h. 12 Ash St. pi. 
Hutchins William, grocer, Milk, cor. White, h. do. 
Hutchinson Edward, foreman (86 Chardon, B.), boards 

32 Broadway 
Hutchinson Hiram N. (Otis S. Brown & Co.), flour, grain, 

etc., Bridge, cor. East, bds. 56 Fourth 
Hutchinson James B., janitor Lawrence Scientific school, 

and supt. Holyoke House, h. 20 Mason 
Hutchinson John J., carpenter, house 34 Second 
Hutchinson Nathan, foreman molding dept. Hancock & 

Greely, h. 10 Front 
Hutchinson Oliver Mrs., bds. Porter's Hotel, North av. 
Hutchinson Thomas, carpenter, h. 95 Gore 
Hutchinson William, driver IT. R. Co., bds. 1 Oak 
Hutchison Robert R., asst. foreman University bindery, 

house 104 Auburn 
Hyams Samuel S., traveling agent, house 36 Amory 
Hyatt Alpheus, prof, at Institute of Technology, and cus- 
todian Boston Natural History rooms (Berkeley, cor. 

Boylston, B.), house 7 Avon 
Hyde Charles P., boards 681 Main 
Hyde Dana Mrs., house 304 Harvard 
Hyde Dana W. (Dana W. Hyde & Co.), drygoods, etc.,. 

4 Hyde's block, 609 Main, house 304 Harvard 
Hyde Dana W. & Co. (Dana W. Hyde), drygoods, 4 

Hyde's block, 609 Main [681 Main 

Hyde Edward, treasurer, Cambridgeport Savings Bank, h. 
Hyde George H., flyfinisher M. & H. Organ Co., h. 179K 

Harvard 
Hyde George W., clerk (101 Chauncy, B.),.h. 32 Mellen 
Hyde Gertrude A. Miss, teacher Webster grammar school,, 

house 304 Harvard 
Hyde Isaac, carpenter, house 34 Mellen 

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Hyde Jonathan H., clerk, house 10 Holyoke 
Hyland Dennis, slater, boards 169 Otis 
Hyland Patrick, laborer, house 2 Hastings 
Hynes Edward, cabinetmaker, house 157 Winsor 
Hynes James, blacksmith, house Jefferson, corner Harding 
Hynes Thomas M., cabinetmaker, house 14 Upton 

IGRO JAMES, iceman, house 18 Reed 

Igro John, saloon, North avenue, near Tannery, house do. 

Ilsley Charles P., house 11 Sumner 

Ingalls Charles E., boards 124 Austin 

Ingalls Charles W., conductor IJ. R. Co., h. Elm, corner 

Russell, Somerville line 
Ingalls Edward B., confectionery, etc.,350 Broadway, h. do. 
Ingalls Henry B., grocer, 249 Broadway, h. 103 Columbia 
Ingalls Isabella I. Miss, dressmaker, h. 107 Putnam av. 
Ingalls John D., pumpmaker and plumber, 187 Harvard, 

house 107 Norfolk 
Ingalls Josiah H., musicteacher, house 131 Pearl 
Ingalls Newton S., casemaker M. & H. Organ Co., house 

107 Putnam avenue 
Ingalls Stephen, machinist, house 155 Otis 
Ingalls William T., pumpmaker, boards 107 Norfolk 
Ingersoll Albert, carpenter, house 171 Thorndike 
Ingerson George L., clerk (B.), bcls. 5 Rogers block, Main 
Ingham Edward, cabinetmaker, bds. 1 Second street court 
Ingols Emma Miss, teacher girls private school, 896 Main, 

boards 34 Kirkland 
Ireland Angie L. Miss, dressmaker, 547 Main, house do. 
Ireland George W., clerk, 437 Main, boards 462 do. 
Ireland Millie T. Mrs., dressmaker, house 473 Main 
Ireland Rinaldo E., engineer E. B. Phillips, h. r, 41 Clark 
Ireson Adeline M. Miss, teacher Washington grammar 

srhool, boards 13 Wallace 
Ireson Mary, widow of Samuel, house 13 Wallace 
Irvine John A., printer, house 82 River [49 Winsor 

Irving Arthur G., pianoforte keymaker, 139 Broadway, h. 
Irving Charles W. D., flour, 172 State, house 118 Winsor 
Irving George W., student scientific school, rooms 32 Di- 
vinity Hall 
Irving James, peddler, house 104 Tremont 
Irwin Fred T., printer, boards 1 Second street court 
Isaac Richard J., expressman, house 166 Norfolk 
Isaac Thomas, tailor (49 Temple pi., B.), h. 22 Howard 
Isaacs Harry, cigarmaker, 432>£ Harvard, boards 99 Mt. 

Auburn [h. 432 do. 

Isaacs Solomon, cigar manuf. and dealer, 432)£ Harvard, 



Velvets, Laces i Ribbons, 



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Ivel Alexander, salesman (477 Wash., B.), h. 133 Brookline 
Ivers Francis, carriage and harnessmaker, 176 and 178 

North avenue, house Mt. Vernon, near North avenue 
Ivers Patrick, gardener, house 4 Baldwin place 
Ivers Warren, foreman F. L. Chapman, Harvard square, 

boards 27 Trowbridge 
IVERS WARREN MRS., millinery and worsteds, 446 

Harvard, Harvard square, boards 27 Trowbridge 
Ivory Michael, upholsterer Worcester Bros., house 138 

Pleasant 
Ivy Jesse C, proctor H. IT., rooms 7 Stoughton Hall 

JACKSON ABBIE C. MISS, house 11 Ellsworth av. 
Jackson Alexander, clerk Bank of Commerce (Sears 

building, Wash., cor. Court, B.), boards 794 Main 
Jackson Benjamin D., hairdresser (93 Cambridge, B.), h. 

96 Putnam avenue 
Jackson Charles, laborer, house foot of Dunster 
Jackson Charles L., assistant professor of chemistry H. U., 

rooms 11 Hoi worthy Hall 
Jackson Edward, porter, house 5 West 
Jackson Elijah, hostler, house 86 Harvard 
Jackson Elijah A., hostler, house 27 Brewery 
Jackson George A., clerk, 419 Main, house 23 Sidney 
Jackson Gilman D., fish dealer (64 Anderson, B.), house 

58 Western avenue 
Jackson Harriet E. Mrs., ladies' hairdresser, 96 Putnam 

avenue, house do. 
Jackson Isaac, clerk (42 Central wharf, B.), bds. 5 Centre 
Jackson John, policeman, house 10 Eighth 
Jackson Lucy, widow, house 65 Prospect 
Jackson Matilda, widow of Edward H., house Soden pi. 
Jackson Patrick T., jr., salesman (22 Summer, B.), house 

17 Follen 
Jackson William, hairdresser, house 37 Hampshire 
Jackson William, molder, house 62 Washington 
Jackson William A., builder, boards 84 Austin 
Jaco Stephen, student H. IT., boards 890 Main 
Jacobs Bela F., attorn ey-at-law (5 Pemberton sq., B.), h. 

82 Auburn 
Jacobs Betsy, nurse, boards 126 Winsor 
Jacobs Charles, bookbinder, house 52 Fairmont 
Jacobs Christian M., cabinetmaker, h. 9 Rogers blk., Main 
Jacobs Eleanor, widow of John, house 11 Brewer 
Jacobs Frank C, machinist, 72 Main, bds. Ross House 
Jacobs George A., cigarmaker, 527 Main, h. at Boston 
Jacobs John Henry, provisions, house 1 Elmer 



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228 CAMBRIDGE [J] DIRECTORY. 

JACOBS JUSTIN" A., city auditor and city clerk, office 

City Hall, house 19 Pleasant 
Jacobs Slichael, house 101 Brookline 
Jacobs Morris, peddler, house 67 Brookline 
Jacobs Palmer, waiter, house 14 Lincoln 
Jacobs Sarah, widow, house 19 Pleasant 
Jacobson Andrew F., carriagetrimmer, h. 65 Columbia 
Jacobson Elof, laborer, house 53 Clark [Cherry 

Jacobson Haakon, flyfinisher M. & H. Organ Co., h. 32 
Jacquinot Adrien, tutor in French H. IT., rooms 58 Mt. 

Auburn 
Jaeger Charles F., sugar refiner Revere Sugar Refinery, 

house 94 Gore [24 Sixth 

Jaeger Fred. C, foreman Revere Sugar Refinery, house 
Jagger James, buttermaker, house 62 Fairmont 
Jamellier Andre, fencing academy, 7 Brattle, rooms 84 

Mt. Auburn 
James Charles, porter, house 92 Harvard 
James Clarence G., student H. IT., rooms 94 Brattle 
James Henry, house 20 Quincy 
James Henry, engineer, house 64 Brookline 
James Henry, switchman IT. R. Co., house 12 Bath 
James James H., laborer, house 4 Portland 
James John, roller, house Bristol 
James John K., brassfinisher, house 66 Pearl 
James John W., painter, 3 Lambert avenue, house 5 do. 
James Joseph, clerk, 543 Main, house 132 Franklin 
James Joseph K., brassfinisher, house rear 64 Brookline 
James Montgomery, student scientific school, rooms 94 

Brattle 
James Samuel, grocer, 543 Main, house 2 Norfolk 
James Samuel, jr., student, boards 2 Norfolk 
James Thomas P., house 94 Brattle 
James William, laborer, 25 Main, house at Boston 
James William, instructor in anatomy and physiology 

H. IT., boards 20 Quincy 
Jameson Edwin A. L., millinery (15 Avon place, B.), h. 

Arlington, opp. Walnut avenue 
Jamison Robert, laborer, house 192 Green 
Jandreau Frank, foreman in brickyard, house Walden 
Janes John, foreman G. Woods & Co., 624 Main, house 

16 Howard 
JANSSON CHARLES A., mirror and picture frames, 

etc., 424 Harvard, house at Boston 
Jaques M. Jane Miss, house 25 Church 
Jarvis Amos B., bookbinder, house 11 River 
Jayes Daniel, laborer, house Clifton, near Spruce 



BMCBOrt. BOYDEN, ,80 Tre : U^p ^.p^ jjyjjj ^ | fl^ 



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Jaynes D. W. ( Jaynes & Co.), barrel manufacturer, Main, 

house at St. Louis 
Jaynes & Co. (D. W. Jaynes and J. H. Eames), barrel 

manufacturers, Main, near G. J. R. R. 
Jefferds James F., collector, house 1 Willard street court 
Jefferson James, boards rear 209 Mt. Auburn 
Jefferson John, hostler, house rear 209 Mt. Auburn 
Jefts Charles F., clerk M. A. Maynards, boards do. 
Jegerston Charles, laborer, house 240 Cambridge 
Jegerston J. William Frederick, machinist, house 89 Elm 
Jenkins Abbie, widow of Robert, house 208 Franklin 
Jenkins Charles L., clerk Jenkins & Jordan, h. 105 Green 
Jenkins Hiram, paver, house 17 Pine 
Jenkins Jennie Mrs., house 7 Lambert avenue 
Jenkins Samuel (Jenkins & Jordan), lightning rods, 

Sodon, house 15 Clinton 
Jenkins & Jordan (Sam'l Jenkins and Rishworth Jordan), 

lightning rods, Sodon, near Western avenue 
Jenkins Win. H. H., waiter Memorial Hall, rooms Holmes 

place 
Jenks George F., clerk (26 Summer, B.), bds. 13 Mellen 
Jenks Wm. H. (W. H. Jenks & Co.), foot Western av., h. 

39 Fairmont 
Jenks W. H. & Co. (W. H. Jenks and Solomon C. Calef), 

planing and molding mill foot Western avenue 
Jenness James D., gasmeter maker (Charlestown), house 

117 Winsor 
Jenness Lewis P., clerk, 419 Main, h. 1 rear Fiske block, 

Main 
Jenness Lois M. Mrs., dressmaker, house 23 Lawrence 
Jenness Margaret, widow, house 382 Cambridge 
Jenness Nathaniel, clerk, boards 117 Winsor 
Jenness William H., lather, house 113 Webster avenue 
Jennings Caroline, widow of Levi, house 64 Prospect 
Jennings Edward L., traveling salesman (115 Water, B.), 

boards 107 Otis 
Jennings George F., painter, 608 Main, bds. 64 Prospect 
Jennings Henry L. D., porter (103 Pearl, B.), house 239 

Broadway 
Jennings James, laborer, house Spruce, near brickyard 
Jennings James, laborer, house 159 Vine [bia 

Jennings James, stonecutter, h. Cuddy's blk., 159 Colum- 
Jennings John, slippermaker, house 23 Fifth 
Jennings Joseph H. Dr., veterinary surgeon, rear 484 

Main, house 13 Green 
Jennings J. A., bookkeeper, house 803^ Green 
Jennings Patrick, laborer, house Clay, near Harvey 

I IWij oilJlflk) 3.11(1 ilULuKlrlW) 430 Harvard St., Cambridge. 



230 CAMBRIDGE [J] DIRECTORY. 

Jennings Thomas W., mason, house 54 Brookline 
Jennison James, librarian of the Divinity school H. XL. h. 

10 Acacia 
Jess William, carpenter, house 25 Mill 
Jesson Robert, laborer, house 51 Clark 
Jessop Joseph H,, confectioner (10 Tremont, B.), house 

25 Bigelow 
Jewell Anne, widow of Hosea, house 6 Pleasant place 
Jewell Charlotte E. Miss, teacher Quincy primary school, 

boards 6 Pleasant place [Prospect 

Jewell George M., wheel stock (232 Friend, B.), house 121 
Jewell James H. (Springer & Jewell), DeWolf, n. Dyke, 

house 56 Putnam avenue 
Jewell Leslie C, student, boards 56 Putnam avenue 
Jewell Nelson S., carpenter, house 56 Putnam avenue 
Jewell Otis H., carpenter, house 56 Putnam avenue 
Jewett Darwin E., broker (24J Central, B.), house 

Henderson place 
Jewett Elverton S., collection clerk (National Exchange 

Bank, 28 State, B.), h. Chestnut, cor. Hastings sq. 
Jewett Melvin, hostler IJ. R. stable, bds. r. 102 Putnam 

avenue 
Jewett Robert, clerk (B.), house 1 Dover 
Jhrman Mary Miss, house 43 Market 
Jiager Sarah A., widow, house 74 Harvard 
Job William, packer N. E. Glass Co., boards 171 Bridge 
Joel Samuel W., traveler, house 99 Brookline 
Johanson John, case maker, M. & H. Organ Co., house 95 

Norfolk 
Johnson Abiathar H., painter, boards 71 Concord avenue 
Johnson Alonzo F., clerk ^Post Office, B.), house 143 

Cambridge 
Johnson Angos, furniture polisher, house 121 Spring 
Johnson Ann Miss, house off Mt. Auburn, near Eliot 
Johnson August, pattern maker Walworth Manfg. Co., 

boards 36 Fairmont 
Johnson Charles B., porter (1 High, B.), h. 66 Winter 
Johnson Charles J., brass worker, h. r. 428 Cambridge 
Johnson Charles S., machinist M. & H. Organ Co. 
Johnson Charles T., Rev., pastor Trinity M. E. church, h. 

100 Cambridge 
Johnson Collin, laborer, house 34 Hastings 
Johnson Eben, laborer, house 19 Harvard 
Johnson Edward, laborer, house 124 Third 
Johnson Frances, widow, house Suffolk, n. Columbia 
Johnson Francis H., fish dealer (114 F. H. Market, B.), h. 

34 Columbia 

Sll.IiS, CRAPES, and Bonnet TRIMMINGS of all kinds. 
|gjp- J. B. CROMACK, 26 Temple Place, BOSTON. 



CAMBRIDGE [J] DIRECTORY. 231 

Johnson Frank H., salesman (169 Wash., B.), house 116 

Norfolk 
Johnson Franklin Rev., pastor Old Cambridge Baptist 

Society, house 23 Irving 
Johnson F. A., laborer, 25 Main, house at Boston 
Johnson George H., leather (43 High, B.), h. 19 Arlington 
Johnson Gustave, patternmaker, house 159 Columbia 
Johnson Harry, waiter' Memorial Hall, rooms Holmes pi. 
Johnson Henry, building mover, bds. 12 School st. court 
Johnson Henry F., physician (91 Court, B.), h. 16 Story 
Johnson Henry H. Mrs., house 23 Wallace 
Johnson Herman A., organtuner G. Woods & Co., house 

28 Fairmont 
Johnson II. W., student H. II., rooms 22 Divinty Hall 
Johnson James B., grocer, 65 Sixth, house 69 do. 
Johnson John A., laborer, house 47 Gore 
Johnson John A., carpenter, boards 69 Mt. Auburn 
Johnson John B., painter, 41 Cambridge, boards 33 do. 
Johnson John C, mason, boards Fresh Pond Hotel 
Johnson Joseph W., teamster M. & H. Organ Co. 
Johnson Lawrence, iron-melter, house 44 Clark 
Johnson Lucius, hostler Union car stable, boards M. T. 

Cavanagh's, North avenue 
Johnson Luther N. (162 So. Market, B.), h. 23 Prince 
Johnson Maria, widow, house 54 Hastings 
Johnson Mary, widow, house 70 Harvard 
Johnson Mary Mrs., house 131 Pleasant 
Johnson Marshall, fish dealer (15 Commercial wharf, B.), 

house Pine corner School 
Johnson Martha A., widow of Charles, boarding-house, 

74 Cambridge 
Johnson Matilda C. Mrs., house Ninth, near Otis 
Johnson Robert A., laborer, house 5 Gray place 
Johnson Robert J., clerk (P. O., B.), boards 21 Hastings 
Johnson Stephen H., teamster, house North avenue near 

Meacham 
Johnson Susan, widow, house 64 Harvard 
Johnson Thomas, varnisher, boards 124 Third 
Johnson Thomas, laborer, house 68 Harvard 
Johnson Thomas H., cabinetmaker, boards 25 Cedar 
Johnson William, clerk, 565 Main, boards 19 Bigelow 
Johnson William, laborer, house 16 Gore 
Johnson William, cooper, house 185 Norfolk 
Johnson William H., house 235)^ Broadway 
Johnson Winnie P., widow of Geo. H., h. 285 North av. 
Johnsson Chas. R., picture framemaker, 424 Harvard, bds. 

22 Pioneer av. 

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232 CAMBRIDGE [J] DIRECTORY. 

Johnston William, mason, house 5 Laurel 

Joll George M., hairdresser, Ramsay's bldg., Harvard sq., 

house 22 Church 
Jolly John, teamster A. Hubbard, house 8 Beaver 
Jones Albert, porter, boards rear 31)£' Hastings 
Jones Allison, waiter, house 7 Webster avenue 
Jones Amos, policeman, house 71 Thorndike 
Jones Andrew, mason, house 31 Second 
Jones Andrew J., blacksmith and carriage manuf., Church, 

cor. Palmer, h. 23 North av. 
Jones Ann, widow of Thomas, house 47 Spruce 
Jones Anna E., widow of William R., h. 307 Harvard 
Jones Arthur E., lawyer (54 Devonshire, B.), boards 21 

Kirkland 
Jones Austin K., janitor H. IT., house 465 Broadway 
Jones'A. Maria, teacher Gannet primary school, house at 

Boston 
Jones Becky, widow, house 76 Harvard 
Jones Charles, stairbnilder, h. Hampshire, c Columbia 
Jones Charles B., policeman, station 2, h. 106 Auburn 
Jones Charles H., teamster, house 33 Jay 
Jones Charles L. (Chas. L. Jones & Co.), soap and candle 

mnfr., 86 Pearl and (220 State, B.), h. 299 Harvard 
JONES CHARLES L. & CO. (Chas. L., Henry E., and 

Frank H. Jones), soap and candle mnfrs., 86 Pearl, 

and (220 State, B.) [Harvard 

Jones Charles W., clerk (19 Exchange pi., B.), house 285 
Jones Charles W., carpenter, house 5 Squire's court 
Jones Daniel, laborer, house 31 Hastings 
Jones Edmond F., clothescleaner, house 7 West 
Jones Edward, stationery (B.), bds. 104 Prospect 
Jones Elias, teamster, house 32 Prospect 
Jones Ellis, engineer, boards 29 Cherry 
Jones Elizabeth, widow, house 23 Fayette 
Jones Frank, molder, 319 North av., bds. 44 Winsor 
Jones Frank E., teamster, house 28 Union 
Jones Frank H., soap (220 State, B.), house 46 Lee 
Jones Frederick C, clerk Cambridge Gas Co., rooms 5 

.Crescent 
Jones George F., clerk (216 State, B.), bds. 66 Columbia 
Jones Geo. N., salesman, 3 Holyoke House, rooms 33 

Holyoke 
Jones Henry, jobber, house 36 Union 
Jones Henry, laborer, house 36 Brewery 
Jones Henry, salesman (B.), boards 210 Harvard 
Jones Hannah E. Mrs. (H. E. Jones & Co.), milliner and 

dressmaker, 600 Main, bds. 32 Prospect 

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Jones Henry 1 E. (C. L. Jones & Co.), soap and candle 
mnfr., 86 Pearl and (220 State, B.), h. 276 Harvard 
Jones Henry M., carpenter, house 70 School 
Jones Herbert L., raelodeon keymaker, 139 Broadway, 

bds. 81 School 
Jones H. E. & Co. (Mrs. H. E. Jones and Miss Annie Sul- 
livan), milliners and dressmakers, 600 Main 
Jones James, janitor Union Hall, house 10 Watson 
Jones James, stairbuilder, boards 536 Main 
Jones James, cabinetmaker, h. 179 Norfolk 
Jones James, laborer, house 11 Leighton court 
Jones James, jr.,' clerk (B.), bds. 11 Leighton court 
Jones James T., 7 Harvard sq., rooms 25 Kirkland 
Jones John, boilermaker, 92 Main, h. Pioneer av. 
Jones John H., painter, boards 108 Cambridge 
Jones John L., compositor Riverside, h. 25 Hewes 
Jones John L., jr., compositor, rooms engine house, 

Brattle square 
Jones John W., conductor U. R. Co., bds. 32 Prospect 
Jones Joseph M., boilermaker, house 49 Pine 
Jones Joseph H., carpenter, house 81 School 
Jones Julius A., ins. agent, 555 Main and (5 Court, B.) 
Jones Leonard H., clerk, 63 Norfolk, bds. 210 Harvard 
Jones Leonard S., house 21 Kirkland 
Jones L. A. Mrs., house 46 Lee 
Jones Mark A., druggist, 43 Gore, house 41 do. 
Jones Nathaniel, carpenter, boards 752 Main 
Jones Robert, furrier (B.), house 210 Harvard 
Jones Robert G., clerk (106 High, B.), bds. 21 Kirkland 
Jones Robert M., bookkeeper (40 Summer, B.), boards 

210 Harvard 
Jones Rufus R., patternmaker (S. Boston), bds. 26 Fourth 
Jones Seth C, machinist and iron fencebuilder, 12 Gore, 

house at Maiden 
Jones Thomas W., stereotyper, house 18 Mill 
Jones, Walter W., foreman, 12 Gore, house at Maiden 
Jones William, expressman, boards 21 Wallace 
Jones Wm. H., meatcarver Memorial Hall, h. 46 DeWolf 
Jones W. Gordon, house 27 Irving 
Jordan Anna Mrs., dressmaker, house 47 School 
Jordan Arthur L., supt. No. Cambridge P. O., F. R. R. 

station, North av., h. at West Somerville 
Jordan Bimsley M., traveling salesman (211 State, B.), 

h. 419 Broadway- 
Jordan Charles W., organ tuner G. Woods & Co., house 
207 Harvard ' [Cottage 

Jordan Frank H, supt. Jordan & Marsh (B.), house 10 

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234 CAMBEIDGE [J] DIRECTORY. 

Jordan James, stone cutter, boards 27 Mt. Auburn 

Jordan John, raolder, house 47 School 

Jordan Jos. W., jr., cement maker, 247 Main, h. 21 Hewes 

Jordan Maria S., wid. of Thos. P., house 5 Russell 

Jordan Michael, laborer, house 200 Norfolk 

Jordan Moses, barrel dealer, house 31 Antrim 

Jordan Rishworth (Jenkins & Jordan), lightning rods, 

Soden, house 10 Cottage 
Jordan Sabeth, teamster, house 88 Fifth 
Jordan Thomas R., cabinetmaker, house 25 State 
Jordan William, clerk, house rear 108 Tremont 
Jordan William, cabinetmaker, bds. Broadway House 
Jordan William N., clerk 7 Mt. Auburn, h. 108$ Tremont 
Jose Edwin H. (Howes & Jose), lawyer 583 Main, bds. 

97 Austin 
Joseph Charles, plumber, house 34 Fifth 
Joseph Hasty, cigarmaker, h. rear 29 Harvard 
Joseph Isaac (I. & J. Joseph), fruit, &c, 455 Main, house 

10 Holly place 

Joseph John (I. & J. Joseph), fruit, &c, 455 Main, h. 10 

Holly place 
JOSEPH I. & J. (Isaac and John Joseph), fruit, &c, 

455 Main 
Joseph Manuel, peddler, house 7 Rollins court 
Josephs Lyman C.,law student H. U., rooms 52 Brattle 
Josselyn Aaron, watch and clock maker, 62 Cambridge, 

house 78 Sixth [bds. 78 Sixth 

Josselyn Annie B. Miss, teacher Putnam grammar school, 
Josselyn Benjamin W., bookkeeper Curtis Davis & Co., 

house at Allston 
Josselyn Eleazer, fruit peddler, house 120 Fourth 
Josselyn Francis (Custom House, B.), h. 106 Magazine 
Josselyn Hannah C, widow of Ellis K., h. 21 Wash. 
Jourdan Susan, widow, house 21 Hancock 
Joy Isaac (Joy, Luther & Co.), carpenter 3 River, house 

11 do. 

Joy, Luther & Co. (Isaac Joy, Thomas H. Luther, and 

Ichabod Kent), carpenters and builders, 3 River 
Joyce Edmund, laborer, house 41 Banks 
Jovce Edmond B., glazier, bds. 353 Cambridge 
Joyce Nappe, widow, house 131 Third 
Joyce Thomas A., house 46 Spruce 
Judd James, blacksmith, 15 Brattle, h. 7 Cowperthwait 
Jude William, laborer, house 113 Putnam avenue 
Judkins Eliza M. Miss, artiste, house 11 Plympton 
Jukes Wm., glass blower, N. E. Glass Co., bds. 214 Bridge 
Julianus John F., molder, boards 5 Marvin place 

T D PDnMAM7" FEATHERS AJTD FLOWERS, BnMlflM 

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CAMBRIDGE [K] DIRECTORY. 235 

Julianas John J., cabinetmaker, boards 5 Marvin place 
Jutz Edward, currier, house North av., opp. Cedar 

KALBERG LAWRENCE, upholsterer, h. r. 97 Gore 
Kanaly Morris (Kanaly & Nesdel), newspapers, etc., 415 

Cambridge, house 138 Elm 
Kanaly & Nesdel (Morris F. Kanaly and Frank F. Nes- 

del), stationery, and periodicals, 412 Cambridge 
Kane Edward, blacksmith, house 78 Pearl 
Kane Frank, salesman (B.), boards 56 Pearl 
Kane Hugh, laborer, house 4 Hastings 
Kane James, laborer, house 100 Tremont 
Kane James, laborer, house 51 Vine 
Kane John, teamster, house Warren, cor. Porter 
Kane John, laboror, house r. 162 Franklin 
Kane Margaret, wid. of John, house 10 Hayes court 
Kane Patrick, laborer, house 32 Cowperthwait 
Kane Patrick, laborer, bds. rear 34 Charles 
Kane Robert F., packer, house 10 Hayes court 
Karnan John, H., tinsmith, h. Florence, near Pleasant 
Karser John, cabinetmaker, house rear 94 Spring 
Karschick Charles, cabinetmaker, h. at South Boston 
Kassell Harmon A., shoemaker, boards 42 Winter 
Kassell Johanna, wid. of Frederick, house 42 Winter 
Kaular Francis, action maker, M. & H. Organ Co. 
Kay James, hostler H. K. Parsons & Co., house 217 North 

avenue 
Kay John, hostler H. K. Parsons & Co., house 4 Coggs- 

well avenue 
Keaney James, laborer, house 151 Winsor 
Keaney James M., laborer, boards 151 Winsor 
Kearney William, blacksmith, h. Portland, near Main 
Keating John, cooper, boards 92 Spring 
Keating Mary, widow of James, house 92 Spring 
Keating Michael, painter, boards 12 Dunster 
Keay Erburn S., farmer, house Walden, near Dublin 
Keay Hattie N. Miss, teacher Reed primary school, bds. 

E. S. Keay's, Walden 
Keefe Cornelius, currier, boards 58 Spruce 
Keefe Daniel, currier, house 63 Spruce 
Keefe Daniel, laborer, house 58 Spruce 
Keefe Daniel, plumber, 5993^ Main, bds. at Somerville 
Keefe Dennis, laborer, bds. 3 Lechmere place 
Keefe Ellen, widow, house 12 Short 
Keefe James, paper hanger, h. 44 Putnam avenue 
Keefe Jeremiah, laborer, house 1 Broadway 
Keefe Mary, widow of James, house 54 Bolton 

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236 CAMBEIDGE []£] DIRECTORT. 

Keefe Patrick, carpenter, Bridge, near Cambridge, house 

at Somerville 
Keefe Patrick, currier, house 70 Spruce 
Keefe Patrick, cabinetmaker, boards 66 Hastings 
Keefe Richard, photographer, 563 Main, h. at SomerviUe 
Keefe Timothy, paperhanger, house 4 Dickinson 
Keegan Louisa, house 29 Webster avenue 
Keegan Robert F., shoemaker, 24 Brighton, rooms 24 do. 
Keeler Adelaide A. Miss, teacher Washington grammar 

school, boards 479 Broadway 
Keeler Cornelius P. (155 Blackstone, B.), h. 19 Bowdoin 
Keeler George A., clerk F. Geldowsky, bds. 19 Bowdoin 
Keeler George S., coachbody maker, house 24 East 
Keely Joseph, laborer, house 9 Cowpethwait 
Keeman John J., foreman Jessop's candy manufactory, 

house 21 Green [98 Tremont 

Keenan James H., carpenter, rear 404 Cambridge, house 
Keenan John, laborer, bds. P. Keenan's, rear Concord av. 
Keenan John, carpenter, house ll Hamilton 
Keenan John, laborer, house Willow place 
Keenan Michael A., constable and collector, h. 102 Tremont 
Keenan Michael A., carpenter, boards 451 Cambridge 
Keenan Patrick, laborer, h. rear Concord av., n. F. ,R. R. 
Keenan Thomas, laborer, h. Elm, corner Cambridge 
Keenan Thomas, stonecutter, house rear 123 Third 
Keenan Thomas, blacksmith L. R. R. shop, h. 159 Bridge 
Keene Francis B., student H. U., rooms 11 Lawrence Hall 
Keene Wm. A., law student, boards 12 Dunster 
Kehoe Daniel, watchman, boards 127 Prospect 
Kehoe James, bookbinder, house 107 Pearl 
Keith Adelaide A. Miss, teacher Washington grammar 

school, boards 151 Mt. Auburn 
Keith Charles P., broom manufacturer, 412 Main, and 

kitchen furnishing goods, 489 do., house 414 do. 
Keith Hattie E. Miss, teacher Allston grammar school, 

room 2, boards 55 Winsor 
Keith James, molder, boards 159 Main 
Keith John, boards 369 Cambridge 
Kelleher Bartholomew (J. S. Lyons & Co.), grocer, 397 

Cambridge, house 395 do. 
Kelleher Bridget, widow, house rear 6 East 
Kelleher Cornelius, in Boston Rolling Mill, house Bristol 
Kelleher Daniel, laborer, house 291 Cambridge 
Kelleher Daniel, laborer, house 196 Spruce 
Kelleher Daniel, laborer, boards 9 Reed 
Kelleher Dennis, laborer, house 153 Franklin 
Kelleher James, currier, house Montgomery, near Spruce 

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CAMBRIDGE [J[] DIRECTOKY. 237 

Kelleher James, laborer, house Jefferson, cor. Harding 

Kelleher Jeremiah, laborer, house 58 Cedar 

Kelleher John A., clerk, boards 196 Spruce 

Kelleher John W., grocer, Spruce, cor. Rice, h. 196 Spruce 

Kelleher Michael, laborer, house 116 Webster avenue 

Kelleher Patrick, brickmason, boards 87 Spruce 

Kelleher Patrick, laborer, house 277 Cambridge 

Kelleher Patrick, laborer, house 196 Spruce 

Kelleher Timothy, laborer, house Jefferson, cor. Harding 

Kelleher William, laborer, house 6 Reed 

Kelleher William S., bookbinder, house 26 Decatur 

Kellenberger Andrew, varnisher, house 155 Otis 

Keller Andrew, woodturner Braman, Shaw & Co., house 

177 Spring 
Kelley Albert, laborer, house 147 Main 
Kelley Alexander P. (Stedman & Kelley), pianoforte 

action manuf., 113 Broadway, house 25 Essex 
Kelley Allen P., civil engineer, house 10 Perry 
Kelley Bernard, laborer, house 22 Harrison court 
Kelley Bernard, teamster, house Potter, near Third 
Kelley Bernard F., lettercarrier, East Cambridge P. O., 

boards 178 Cambridge 
Kelley Charles, laborer, house 127X Bridge 
Kelley Charles, laborer, house 16 Gore 
Kelley Charles H., glasscutter, boards 54 Amory 
Kelley Coleman, laborer, boards rear 34 Charles 
Kelley Cyrus K., physician, 295 North avenue, house do. 
Kelley Daniel, laborer, house 194 Columbia 
Kelley Daniel, laborer, house 18 East 
Kelley Dolly S., widow of Amasa S., house 10 Perry 
Kelley Edward, candlemaker, boards 11 Valentine 
Kelley Edward, laborer, house rear Main, near Broadway 
Kelley Edward, laborer, house 34 Foster 
Kelley Edward, laborer, house Montgomery, near Spruce 
Kelley Edward, laborer, house 1273^ Bridge 
Kelley Francis A., upholsterer, Cambridge, cor. Third, 

boards 106 Fourth 
Kelley George, hackman, house Porter, near Harding 
Kelley Gracie, widow of John, house 228 Franklin 
Kelley Isabella Mrs., house 106 Fourth 
Kelley James, carpenter, boards 104 Sparks 
Kelley James, teamster, boards 170 Franklin 
Kelley James, glasscutter, boards 57 Gore 
Kelley James, teamster, house 6 Decatur 
Kelley James E., printer (39 Arch, B.), house 157 Spring 
Kelley John, painter, house 3 Brooks 
Kelley John, painter, house 50 Holyoke 

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238 CAMBRIDGE [J[] DIRECTORY. 

Kelley John, tailor (15 School, B.), house 29 Cambridge 
Kelley John, peddler, house 209 Columbia 
Kelley John, laborer, house 106 Webster avenue 
Kelley John, currier Theo. Downing, boards 9 Murdock 
Kelley John, boilermaker, house 13 Auburn court 
Kelley John, plumber, 599>£ Main, boards at Watertown 
Kelley John, laborer, house Willow place, near Cambridge 
Kelley John H., soapmaker, house 14 Lopez 
Kelley John J., baker, house 42 Putnam avenue 
Kelley John J., clerk (Chardon, cor. Merrimac, B.j, bds. 

178 Cambridge 
Kelley John R., carpenter, boards 22 Mt. Auburn 
Kelley Joseph B., slate coating paint (28 Charlestown, B.), 

house 22 Mt. Auburn 
KELLEY JOSEPH J., cabinetmaker, 54 Cambridge, h. 

91 Third 
Kelley Kate Miss, rooms 14 Garden 
Kelley Lawrence, marble polisher, house 105 Elm 
Kelley Margaret T. Miss, variety store, 17 Fourth, house 

35 Winter 
Kelley Maria, widow of Michael, h. 1 Cowperthwait 
Kelley Michael, blacksmith, house 54 Amory 
Kelley Michael, stonecutter, house 40 Union 
Kelley Michael, laborer, house 113 Fourth 
Kelley Michael, teaserman N. E. Glass Co., h. 14 North 
Kelley Michael, boards 48 Foster 
Kelley Patrick, laborer, house 21 Sixth 
Kelley Patrick, baker, 502 Main, house 194 Green 
Kelley Patrick, marbler worker, h. Bristol, n. Webster av. 
Kelley Peter, machinist, house 105 Elm 
Kelley Richard, tailor, house McCabe, n. Cambridge 
Kelley Robert, fish (B.), boards 3 Plymouth 
Kelley Samuel J. (Kelley & McKinnon), carpenter, house 

130£ Green 
Kelley Thomas, blacksmith, house 52 Spruce 
Kelley Timothy, glassmaker, house 122 Elm 
Kelley Timothy, stuccoworker, house 8 Short 
Kelley William, bricklayer, house 53 Vine 
Kelley William, stonecutter, 43 Main, house 40 Winter 
Kelley William P., plumber, boards 54 Amory 
Kelley & McKinnon (Samuel J. Kelley and (Jhas. E. Mc- 
Kinnon), carpenters and builders, 7 Western avenue 
Kellogg Augusta W., widow, house 26 Trowbridge 
Kellogg Jeremiah, laborer, boards 55 Washington 
Kelly Albert, carpenter, h. Holly av., near Wyeth 
Kelly A. Percy, draughtsman (28 State, room 40, B.), 

boards 10 Perry 

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CAMBRIDGE []£] DIRECTORY. 239 

Kelly Catharine, widow of Peter, h. Jackson, n. Spruce 
Kelly Edward, glassworker, boards 122 Webster avenue 
Kelly George B. (Kelly & Rand), actionmaker Mason & 

Hamlin 
Kelly Joseph H., hackdriver W. L. Lockhart, h.r. 27 Gore 
Kelly Patrick, laborer, house 5 Willard court 
Kelly Patrick, laborer, h. Concord av., near F. R. R. 
Kelly & Rand (George B. Kelly and E. L. Rand), action- 
makers Mason & Hamlin 
Kelsea G. C, printer J. Wilson & Son, boards 12 Dunster 
Kelsey Albert H., builder and contractor, h. Arlington, n. 

Washington 
Kelsey Anson H. (Kelsey Bros. & Co.), furniture, etc., 

556 Main, house 15 Green 
KELSEY BROTHERS & CO. (Anson H., John H., 
and William Kelsey), furniture dealers and uphol- 
sterers, 556 Main 
Kelsey Elizabeth P., widow of Thomas, boardinghouse, 

214 Bridge 
Kelsey John B., house 57 Pleasant 
Kelsey John H. (Kelsey Brothers & Co.), furniture, <fcc, 

556 Main, house 28 Upton 
Kelsey William (Kelsey Brothers & Co.), furniture, 556 

Main, house 11 Cottage 
Kelsey William H., upholsterer, house 9 Front 
Kelso Adam, machinist, boards 259 Broadway [do. 

Kelso Alexander M., fruit and confectionery, 407 Main, h. 
Kelso James W., boilermaker, house 259 Broadway 
Kelso Jennie, widow of William, house 259 Broadway 
Kelso William, boilermaker, house rear 48 Clark 
Kelty Peter, expressman (Anderson, cor. Cambridge, B.), 

boards Hotel Cambridge 
Kemedy William, horsetrader, North avenne, n. Tannery, 

house do. 
Kemp Edward E., soapmaker, boards 166 Harvard 
Kemp Horace G. (Lysander Kemp & Sons), soap mnfr., h. 

• 52 Winsor 
Kemp James H. (Lysander Kemp & Sons), soap mnfr., 

boards 166 Harvard 
Kemp John T., bricklayer, house 35 Baldwin 
Kemp Lysander (Lysander Kemp & Sons), soap mnfr., 

Davis, corner of Broadway, house 166 Harvard 
Kemp Lysander & Sons (Lysander, James H., and Hor- 
ace G. Kemp), soap mnfrs., Davis, cor. Broadway 
Kempton Lemuel, commission merchant (126 Commercial, 

B.), house 24 Mt. Auburn 
Kempton Sarah, widow of Lemuel, bds. 24 Mt Auburn 

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240 CAMBRIDGE []£] DIRECTORY. 

Kendall Albert S., bookkeeper, 14 Brighton, boards 22 

Farwell place 
Kendall Edward (Kendall & Roberts), steamboiler ma- 
ker, 92 Main, house 139 Magazine 
Kendall George D., machinist, house 93 Winsor 
Kendall George F., clerk (56 So. Market, B.), boards 139 

Magazine 
Kendall Hannah P. Miss, telegraph operator Riverside 

Press, house 104 Pearl 
Kendall Harriet L , widow of John B., h. 119 Washington 
Kendall Isaac F., sawyer, house 3 Lawrence 
Kendall James, supt. marble quarry (Vt.), house 22£ 

Boardman 
KENDALL JOSHUA, private school, 13 Appian way, 

house 123 Inman 
Kendall Mary, widow of Peter, house 79 Inman 
Kendall William M., student H. U., rooms 123 Inman 
Kendall & Roberts (Edward Kendall and George B. Rob- 
erts), props. Charles River Iron Works, 92 Main 
Kendrick Joseph, at Boston Rolling Mill, bds. 2 Davis 
Kenerson Oscar N., teamster, house junction Bridge and 

Cambridge 
Kenerson William W., provisiondealer, h. 150 Hampshire 
Kenison Nicholas D., sawyer, house 93 Inman 
Keniston James M., physician and surgeon, h. 13 Essex 
Keniston Reuben C. Mrs., house 38 Orchard 
Kenna Alexander, painter, bds. 65 Mt. Auburn 
Kennaff Nicholas, laborer, house 22 Eighth 
Kennan Barney, laborer, boards 99 Gore 
Kennard Benjamin, policeman, house 9 DeWolf 
Kennard Harriet C. Miss, dressmaker, h. 9 DeWolf 
Kennard Lizzie L. Miss, dressmaker, h. 9 DeWolf 
Kennealy John, house 41 Norfolk 
Kennealy John H., student, boards 41 Norfolk 
Kennedy Bridget, widow of John, house 83 Elm 
Kennedy Daniel, blacksmith, Winsor, junction Webster 

av., house 131 Winsor 
Kennedy Edward J., carpenter, boards 87 Elm 
Kennedy Ellen, widow of James, house 87 Elm 
KENNEDY FRANK A., crackerbaker, 498, 500, and 

502 Main, h. 8 Highland 
Kennedy James, laborer, h. Warren, n. Cambridge 
Kennedy James, brushmaker (290 Commercial, B.), h. 

131 Spring 
Kennedy John, engineer Middlesex Bleachery Pump 

House, Sacramento, h. at Somerville 
Kennedy John, tailor, house rear 103 Spring 

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CAMBRIDGE [K] DIRECTORY. 241 

Kennedy Lawrence B., picture framemaker, bds. 83 Elm 
Kennedy Martin, saloon, 204 Cambridge, house Seventh 

street court 
Kennedy Patrick, laborer, house Jefferson 
Kennedy Patrick, laborer, house 277 Cambridge 
Kennedy Thomas, gardener, house 11 Crane 
Kennedy Thomas, blacksmiths helper, h. 26 Brewery 
Kenney Bernard F., saloon, 87 Main, h. at Boston 
Kenney Catherine, widow of Timothy, h. 19 Murdock 
Kenney Charles F., instructor House of Correction, house 

114 Spring 
Kenney Edward, glassblower, house 133 Spring 
Kenney Edward, laborer, house 172 Winsor 
Kenney Ellen, widow of Patrick, bds. 48 Broadway 
Kenney Frank, organvarnisher G. Woods & Co., bds. 22 

Murdock [B.), h. 58 Auburn 

Kenney James E., oyster and com. mer. (133 Central 
Kenney John, house Harding, near Porter 
Kenney John, laborer, boards 159 Broadway 
Kenney John, house Willow place 
Kenney John, laborer, house 75 Spruce 
Kenney John (Cummings, Kenney & Co.), lumber, 

Bridge, opp. Prison Pt. bridge, h. at Boston 
Kenney John, tin plate worker, h. Murdock, n. Gardner 
Kenney John S., cabinetmaker, house r. 187 Cambridge 
Kenney Leander S., glassdealer, house 62 Winter 
Kenney Michael, hostler J. Pike, Main, opp. Pearl, house 

188 Hampshire 
Kenney Oren P., carpenter, Cambridge, cor. Sixth, house 

Plymouth, n. Webster av. 
Kenney Patrick, laborer, house r. 36 Auburn 
Kenney Ralph, carpenter, house 7 Fifth 
Kenney William, marblecutter, bds. 470 Cambridge 
Kenny Ellen, widow, house 8 Moore 
Kenny Thomas G. s blacksmith, Palmer, n. Brattle, house 

6 South 
Kenny William, teamster, house 7 Baldwin place 
Kent Esther, widow of Wm., house 30 Western av. 
Kent Geo. H., salesman, 464 Harvard, bds. 15 Farwell pi. 
Kent Geo. W., teamster Otis S.Brown & Co., h. 77 Spring 
Kent Gouverneur, clerk, 1 Brattle, rooms do. 
Kent Ichabod (Joy, Luther & Co.), carpenter, 3 River, 

house 70 Green 
Kent Otis W., carpenter, house 858 Main 
Kent Sadie H. Miss, milliner, 569 Main, h. do. 
Kent William H., bookkeeper (324 Washington, B.), bds. 

318 Harvard 

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242 CAMBRIDGE [J[] DIRECTORY. 

Keough John, grocer, 36 Harvard, house do. 
Keough Roger, driver U. R. Co., house 29 Baldwin 
Keppler Edward, key maker, boards 181>£ Harvard 
Kercher William, upholsterer (107 Wash., B.), boards 

98 Spring 
Kern Rebecca, widow of Theodore, h. 21 Coggswell av. 
Kernan James, furnituredealer, 3 Brattle, h. 218 Green 
Kernan Thos., laborer, house 52 Winter 
Kernan Thos. J., asst. librarian H. IT., bds. 49 Mt. Auburn 
Kerns James K., laborer B. & A. R. R. depot, boards 2 

Seventh 
Kerns Michael, blacksmith, house 25 Harvey- 
Kerr Henry, casemaker, house 23 Park 
Kerr Henry, laborer, house 9 Dinsmore court 
Kerr John C, currier, house 25 Baldwin 
Kerr Peter, printer (Traveler office, B.), bds. 25 Baldwin 
Kerr Robert, painter, boards 7 Douglass 
Kerrigan James, laborer, house r. 382 Cambridge 
Kerrigan John, butcher, house Willow place 
Kershaw Charles E., safe manufacturer (11 and 13 Green 

B.), house 5 Day 
Keyes Edward E., fireman engine No. 1, Brattle square, 

rooms do. 
Keyes Isaac, house 16 MH1 
Keyes James, house 210 Columbia 

Keyes John, marble finisher J. McNamee, bds. Mt. Auburn 
Keyes William, bookbinder, boards 440 Main 
Kidd Alexander L., civil engineer, room 6, 623 Main bds. 

8 Temple 
Kidd Algernon B., salesman (Providence, R. I.), house 8 

Temple 
KIDDER MERRILL H., dining rooms, 108 Cambridge, 

house do. 
Kidder William A., agent B. & A. R.R. (East Boston), h. 

256 North avenue 
Kidner Reuben, student Epis. Divinity school, rooms 10 

Lawrence Hall 
Kieley James, laborer, house 63 Cedar 
Kieley James, teamster, house 66 Second 
Kieley John, laborer, house 3 Rogers block, Main 
Kieley John J., clerk, boards 177 Harvard 
Kieley Robert, laborer, house 28 Hastings 
Kieley William, laborer, boards 29 Carson 
Kiggan Peter, laborer, boards 8 Water 
Kihlgren Charles A., passepartout mnfr. (46 School, B.), 

house 130 Washington 
Kilbreth Edward J., express driver, bds. r. 15 Franklin 

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CAMBRIDGE [K] DIRECTORY. 243 

Kilbreth Frank L., carpenter, bds. r. 15 Franklin 
Kilbreth James, house rear 15 Franklin 
Kilburg Carl A., cabinetmaker, house 134 Harvard 
Kilburn Curwin H., currier, h. Crescent, n. Sacramento 
Kilburn Edward J., organmaker, house 28 Norfolk 
Kilfoy John, laborer, house Porter, n. Warren 
Kill am James A., carpenter, house 134 Winsor 
Killekelly B. B., Rev., asst. Rector (Emanuel Church, B.), 

rooms 4 Lawrence I^all 
Killian Catharine, widow of Patrick, house 24 Baldwin 
Killian James, laborer, boards 150 Green 
Killian Mary, widow of Patrick, house 150 Green 

Killian , laborer, house 15 Carson 

Kilroy Michael, currier, house 39 Baldwin 

Kilroy Patrick, laborer, house 162 Otis 

Kimball Charles G., sawyer, boards 7 Douglass 

Kimball Charles H., clerk (13 West B.), house 16)£ 

Western avenue 
Kimball Edward F., carpenter, house Riverside place 
Kimball Elbridge C, photographer, house 4 Tufts 
Kimball George A., bookkeeper, 621 Main, boards 211 

Harvard [Austin 

Kimball J. Franklin, merchant tailor, 567 Main, house 49 
Kimball Leman S., cabinetmaker, 77 Main, boards at 

Somerville 
Kimball Luther E. (Hay ward & Kimball), furniture man- 
ufacturer, 77 and 79 Main, h. 6 Blanche 
Kimball Mary H., widow, house 24 Cottage 
Kimball Otis F., clerk 640 Main, boards 34 Bigelow 
Kimball Phebe, widow, house Pearl, near Franklin 
KIMBALL ROBERT R., provisions, 640 Main, boards 34 

Bigelow 
Kimball Samuel E., cabinetmaker, house 63 Magazine 
KIMBALL WILLIAM, merchant tailor, 3 Harvard row, 

boards 151 Mount Auburn 
Kimball Willis H., clerk 640 Main, boards 34 Bigelow 
Kimball Wills, clerk 640 Main, house 34 Bigelow 
Kincaid Frank G., provisions (83 Merrimac, B.), boards 

65 Ellery 
King Almira M. Miss, house 56 Brighton 
King Benjamin, constable, arid (Benjamin King & Co.), 

real estate, 5933^ Main, room 6, h. 18 Clinton 
King Benjamin, pattern maker (First, So. B.), house 31 

Cambridge 
King Benjamin Mrs., dressmaker, 31 Cambridge, h. do. 
King Benjamin & Co. (Benjamin King), real estate, 593>£ 

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244 CAMBRIDGE [J[] DIRECTORY. 

King Emma F., teacher Allston grammar school, room 10, 

boards 35 Essex 
King Francis F., bookagent, house 49 Yine 
King Francis F. Mrs., dressmaker 49 Vine, h. do. 
King Frederick J., 187 Cambridge, bds. 14 Eighth 
King George A., teamster, h. 378 Cambridge 
King James, molder, house 35 Essex 
King John B., house 128 Third 

King .John H., confectioner 503 Main, bds. 15 Wash. 
King Joseph, plumber, boards 354 Broadway- 
King Joseph', fisherman, house rear 19 Vine 
King Joseph, pavingcutter, house 31 Carson 
King Lebver, brickmaker, house 116 Dublin 
King Lydia S., teacher Harvard grammar school, room 6, 

house 113 Prospect 
King Mary, widow of Patrick, h. 15 Washington 
King Mathias, brassfinisher, house 41 Charles 
King Michael, glasspacker, house 6 Winter 
King Michael, laborer, house 3 Cordon's court 
King Peter J., laborer, house 10 Conlon's court 
King Samuel A., butter, etc. (10 Com'l, B.),h. 53 Auburn 
King Thomas, fireman, house 14 Eighth 
King Thomas, plasterer, house 51 Market 
King Thomas, teamster, house 20 Brighton 
King Thomas, fishpeddler, house rear 21 Carson 
King William, boards Ross House 

Kingdon James, shoemaker, 211 Mt. Auburn, house Ray- 
mond, near Linnaean 
Kingman Carrie M. Miss, teacher Webster grammar 

school, bds. 21 Clinton 
Kingman Heman P., clerk, 135 Broadway, bds. 5 Suffolk 
Kingsbury Edward P., student H. XL, bds. 860 Main 
Kingsley Chester W., coal, etc. (13 Kilby, B.), house 10 

Chester 
Kin near Conrad D., printer, boards 16 Tremont 
Kinnear John, inspector (Custom House, B.), house 42 

Mt. Auburn 
Kinney Amos P., machinist, house 84 Moore 
Kinnigham Jeremiah, molder, bds. 32 Howard 
Kinnigham John, laborer, house 32 Howard 
Kinnigham Patrick, molder, boards 32 Howard 
Kinsley Edgar L., house 33 Inman 

Kinsley Edward B. P., U. S. Revenue storekeeper (Cus- 
tom House, B.), h. 104 Thorndike 
Kinsley Henry, machinist (34 Beverly, B.), h. 125 Gore 
Kinsley Henry Mrs., boarding house, 1 Pettengill's court 
Kinsley James D., clerk (B.), boards 33)^ Inman 

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Kinsley Lyman, house 33K Inman 
Kinsley Samuel, seaman, house rear 41 Charles 
Kinsman Eben, expressman (56 Charles, B.), h. 30 East 
Kinsman Edgar O., dental student R. R. Andrews, Whit- 
ney's block, bds. 13 Watson 
Kinsman John O., telescope maker, house 13 Watson 
Kinsman Mary S., nurse, house 30 Austin 
Kinsman William M., carpenter, bds. 14 Auburn court 
Kirby James, teamster Boston Ice Co., boards at Chas'n 
Kirby John L., tinman, house 133 Pearl 
Kirby John W., tinsmith, 605 Main, h. 251 Franklin 
Kirker John, tinner, house 61 Pearl 
Kirley James, mold maker, house 456 Cambridge 
Kirschten Gustavus, grocer, 220 Cambridge, h. 224 do. , 
Kirschturn Philip, baker, house 203 Cambridge 
Kissane John, paver, boards 243 Franklin 
Kissane Michael, laborer, house 243 Franklin 
Kissane Patrick, laborer, house 243 Franklin 
Kissane Richard, printer, boards 243 Franklin 
Kissling Lawrence, brushmaker, house 63 Brookline 
Kite Thomas H., sharpmaker M. & H. Organ Co., house 

106Winsor 
Kittredge George T., clerk, 561 Main, boards 33 Front 
Kittredge Jesse H., produce dealer, house 33 Front 
Kittredge John H., clerk, 534 Main, boards 33 Front 
Kivlan Peter, teamster, house 36 Gore 
Kivlan William, printer Riverside, house 84 River 

Klem , laborer, house McCabe, cor Jefferson 

Kloman Charles H., law student, rooms 10 Mellen 
Klucken Gerald, lithographic artist, Riverside Press, h. 

at Boston 
Knapp Annie Miss, teacher Otis primary school, house 66 
Thorndike [310 Harvard 

Knapp Eugene R., wool broker (150 Franklin, B.), house 
Knapp Henry C, boards 21 Clinton 
Knapp Jacob G., oil hat maker Pettingell & Sawyer 

h. at Somerville 
Knapp Timothy T., house 13 Clinton 
Knapp William H., clergyman, house 21 Clinton 
Knecht Louis, cabinetmaker Doe & Hunnewell, house at 
Boston [Cherry 

Kneeland Daniel J., salesman, 28 Central sq., boards 27 
Kneeland Henry, butcher, house 17 Cowperthwait 
Kneeland James, teamster, house 46 Washington 
Kneeland John, teamster, house 164 Main 
Kneeland Michael, teamster, house 34 Cambridge 
Knight Elbridge E., butcher, house 33 Ash 

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246 CAMBRIDGE [J[] DIRECTORY. 

Knight Frank, house 25 William 

Knight Harry, bookkeeper Eastern depot (B.), boards 3 

Larason block, Essex 
Knight Joseph K., printer (B.), house 834 Main 
Knight Joseph R. Mrs., house 15 Third 
Knight Rensalaer A., foreman J. P. Squire & Co., house 

at Somerville 
Knight Samuel D., boots and shoes (106 Summer, B.), h. 

20 Lee 
Knight Simon, at IT. R. Co.'s, Harvard sq., bds. 12 Dunster 
Knight William A., shoemaker, house 108 Pearl 
Knight William H., blank book manufacturer (171 Devon- 
shire, B.), house 50 Sacramento 
Knights A. Burleigh, clerk (Custom House, B.), boards 

44 Western avenue 
Knights Harry H., clerk (365 Washington, B.), boards 44 

Western avenue 
Knights Samuel C. (Samuel C. Knights & Son), auction- 
eer, 593K Main, and weigher (Custom House, B.), 

house 44 Western avenue 
Knights Samuel R. (S. C. Knights & Son), auctioneer, 

593^ Main, house at Boston 
Knights S. C. & Son (Samuel C. and Samuel R. Knights), 

auctioneers, 593^ Main 
Knowles Benjamin F., fish and oysters, 28 Central square, 

house 11 Gardner 
Knowles Charles, woodturner, boards 101 Pleasant 
Knowles Cyrus B., cabinetmaker, h. rear 142 Spring 
Knowles John S., engineer, 10 Arrow, house Banks, cor. 

Mt. Auburn 
Knowles Maria L., widow of Stephen B., h. 101 Pleasant 
Knowles Nathan S., salesman Millan & Snow, house 17 

Far well place 
Knowles Willard, machinist, 10 Arrow, house 8 do. 
Knowles Wm. F., agent Cal. fast freight line, (basement 

Old State House, B.), house 34 Tremont 
Knowlton Abraham, mason, house 9 Pleasant place 
Knowlton Benjamin F., mechanic, house 69 Washington 
Knowlton John, clerk (289 Devonshire, B.), h. Ballord pi. 
Knowlton John T. G., hack driver, house Ballord place 
Knowlton Laura A., widow of Timothy C, h. 8 Pleasant 

place 
Knowlton Lucy Miss, house 9 Pleasant place 
Knox George O., picture frame manufacturer, 453 Main, 

boards 422 do. 
Knox James, teamster, house Third, near Broadway 
Knox John, brassfinisher, 368 Main 

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Knox John, laborer, house 95>£ Harvard 
Knox Reuben, law student, boards 14 Ware 

Knox , clothes repairer (B.), house 51 Vine 

Knubley John W., tinplate worker C. R. Holmes, bds. 
Porter's Hotel [Antrim 

Kochendoerffer John Conrad, pocketbook maker, house 2 
Kohlkepp Christian, butcher, boards 63 Sixth 
Komura Jutaro, law student H. IT., rooms 46 Trowbridge 
Koppitz John, bookbinder Welch & Co., h. at Boston 
Korster Peter, cigarmaker, boards 117 Cambridge 
Kothe George W., coppersmith (65 Pitts, B.), house 13 
Winter [Winter 

Kothe Peter W., coppersmith (63 Merrimac, B.), bds. 13 
Krabada Adolph, cabinetmaker, boards 9 Second 
Kraetzer Edwin J., house 29 Sacramento 
Kraetzer Eugene G., hats (31 Hanover, B.), h. 15 Walden 
Kraas Adolph, silversmith, house 514 Main 
Kretchmar Charles, currier Wm. Mtiller, h. Tannery 
Kretschmar Julius, musical instrument maker (71 Sud- 
bury, B.), house 112 Spring 
Kreysler Joseph B., glass decorator N. E. Glass Co., bds. 

Hotel Cambridge 
Krueger Jane, widow of John, h. 6 Rogers block, Main 
Krueger William F., cabinetmaker, h. 6 Rogers blk., Main 
Kuebler J. Emile, currier, boards 370 North avenue 
Kuebler Michael, tanner, rear 370 North av., h. 370 do. 
Kuhn Ann Miss, house 55 Auburn 
Kuhn Elizabeth R., widow, house 188 Harvard 
Kuhn George W., house 32 Pine 
Kula Francis, organmaker, house 77 Fifth 
Kliss Frederick, currier, boards G. Mack's, Tannery 

LACEY JAMES, laborer, house Warren 
Lacey John, fireman Mason & Hamlin, h. r. 42 Wash. 
LaCrosse Samuel, carpenter, house 371 North avenue 
Ladd Babson S., lawyer (13 Pemberton sq., B.), boards 

2 Frost 
Ladd Charles P., clerk, 42 Bridge, house at Somerville 
Ladd John F., student H. II., boards 2 P'rost 
Ladd John S., justice Police Court, house 2 Frost 
Ladd Mrs., widow, house 44 Pine 
Lafarge Charles, gasfitter, house 13 Pine 
Lahey Eliza, widow of Eugene, house 14 Sparks 
Lahey James, laborer, boards 158 Green 
Lahey James, mason, house 122 Columbia 
Lahey John, laborer, house 17^ Third 
Lahey John, laborer, house 85 Spruce 

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248 CAMBRIDGE [Jj] DIRECTORY. 

Lahey Michael, laborer, house Warren, near Jefferson 

Lahey Michael, laborer, boards 132 Bridge 

Lahey Patrick, pressman, house rear 6 East 

Lahey Patrick, laborer, house 132 Bridge 

Lahey Thomas, laborer, house 57 North 

Lahey Timothy, laborer, house 134 Webster avenue 

Laidler Hammond, watchman N. E. Glass Works, house 

58 Thorndike 
Lainy Daniel C, waiter Memorial Hall, rooms Holmes pi. 
Lake Nathaniel, carpenter, boards 196 North avenue 
Lake William, blacksmith, h. Belmont, near Cedar 
Lake Willis, stonecutter, boards 1 Pioneer 
Lakin I. J., painter, boards rear 168 Gore 
Lally John, bookbinder Riverside, h. 24 Cowperthwait 
Lally John, sawyer, house rear 36 Harvard 
Lally John, plasterer, house 2 Cowperthwait 
Lally Patrick, laborer, house 154 Third 
Lally Patrick, laborer, house 6 Hastings 
Lally Thomas G., flour, grain and groceries, Brighton, cor. 

Mt. Auburn, house 1 Mill 
Lamb Charles Treat, translator, rooms 54 Mt. Auburn 
Lamb George, clerk (13 Kilby, B.), house 10 Wendell 
Lamb George, blacksmith, house 10 Auburn court 
Lamb James, boilermaker, h. 10 Auburn court 
Lamb Michael F., teamster, house 60 Amory 
Lamb Roland O., bookkeeper (16 Sears building, B.), h. 

rear 152 Prospect 
Lamb William, conductor U. R. Co., bds. 12 Mt. Auburn 
Lambert Edward, painter, boards 451 Cambridge 
Lambert John N., tinman, house 3 Whitney's court 
Lambert John W., plumber, 432 Harvard, bds. 3 Whitney's 

court [Boston 

Lambert , brasstinisher, Otis, near First, boards at 

Lamour Alfred, decorator N. E. Glass Co., bds. 32 Fourth 
Lamson Anna S. Miss, teacher Webster grammar school, 

boards 58 Magazine 
Lamson Asa C, butter, &c. (10 Com'l, B.), bds. 43 Essex 
Lamson A. F., keymaker, 139 Broadway, house 74 Allston 
Lamson George W., driver Franklin Hook and Ladder 

Co., City Building, Central sq., house do. [do. 

Lamson John H., grainer and sign painter, 17 State, house 
LAMSON RUFLTS, president Cambridge Mutual Fire 

Ins. Co., 555 Main, house 43 Essex 
Lamson Rufus W., mason, house 66 Norfolk 
Lanahan Daniel D., engineer, house 30 Davis 
Lanahan John, plumber, 599>£ Main, boards 30 Davis 
Lancaster Walter M., student H. U., rooms 42 Divinty Hall 

Elegant SIDEBOARDS n ft ftinnnCT DDVnCN 180 Tremont St., 
and WARDROBES, DMilunUM CXDUiULIi, BOSTON. 



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Lander William L., sharpmaker M. & H. Organ Co. 
Landergan David, peddler, house 125 Dublin 
Landergan Henry, tailor, boards 6 Green 
Landergan Thomas, laborer, house 97 Spruce 
Landerkin Albert L., machinist, house 32 Front 
Landerkin Llewellyn, machinist, house 32 Front 
Landers Edwin H., conductor U. R. Co., house 1 Dover 
Landers E. H. Mrs., teacher Shepard grammar school, h. 1 

Dover 
Landers John, laborer, boards 115 Spruce 
Landers Morris, laborer, house 10 Maynard place 
Landers William, laborer, house 115 Spruce 
Landry Victor, laborer, house Concord av., near F. R. R. 
Landy Bridget, widow of Joseph, house 79 Brighton 
Landy John, painter, boards 79 Brighton [erville 

Lane Chandler B., furniture manuf, 384 Main, h. at Som- 
Lane Charles, picklemaker, house 61 Vine 
Lane Dennis, blacksmith, 46 Cambridge, house 9 Short 
Lane Dennis, laborer, house 362 Broadway 
Lane Edward J., saloon, 279 Cambridge, house do. 
Lane E. Fred., clerk, 513 Main, boards 28 Western av. 
Lane George M., Pope prof, of Latin H. U., h. 31 Quincy 
Lane James, stonecutter, house rear 18 School 
Lane Jeremiah, blacksmith, 46 Cambridge, h. r. 19 Gore 
Lane Joanna, widow, house 33 Bolton 
Lane John, laborer, house 7 Blair place 
Lane John, laborer, house 12 Short 
Lane John, blacksmith, 46 Cambridge, boards at Boston 
Lane John, laborer, house Warren, near Porter 
Lane J. Frederick, bookkeeper G. G. Page & Co., boards 

42 Western avenue 
Lane Michael, stonecutter, house 55 Broadway 
Lane Patrick, laborer, house 130 Bridge 
Lane Samuel G., wood working machinery, &c. (9 Chardon, 

B.), house 107 Prospert 
Lane Sarah S. Miss, house 678 Main [Holmes pi. 

Lane Susan M. Miss, teacher private school, rooms 2 
Lane Timothy, laborer, house 16 Reed 
Lang Charles, officer House of Correction, bds. at jailer's 
Lang John, mariner, house 152 Bridge 
Lang John C, cigar manufacturer, house 129 Vernon 
Lang John H., cigarmaker, house .129 Vernon 
Langan James, laborer, house 5 Portland 
Langdell Christopher Columbus, Dane professor of law, 

and Dean of the law faculty H. IT., rooms 8 Holyoke 

House 
Langdon Woodbury T., machinist, house 55 Spring 

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250 CAMBRIDGE [Jj] DIRECTORY. 

Langer Charles, peddler, boards 427 Main 

Langer Jane Mrs., confectionery and bread store, 427 

Main, house do. 
Langford George A., inspector, house 60 Fairmont 
Langford W. K., news dealer, 27 River, bds. 00 Fairmont 
Langley Edwin, cracker peddler, house 57'Winsor 
Langley Eliza J. Miss, house 143 Thorndike 
Langley George L., expressman, house 111 Gore 
Langley Jere., laborer, house Concord av., near F. R. R. 
Langley Lauren F., clerk, 46 Gore, boards 111 Gore 
Langley Martin, teamster, boards 176 Harvard 
Langley Noah W., glasscutter N. E. Glass Co., h. 84 Spring 
Langley Olive, widow of Lauren F., house 111 Gore 
Langley Thomas J. Mrs., house 84 Spring 
Langmaid Samuel H., carriage manfr. (Milldam, B.), house 

78 Kirkland 
Lanier Nathan R. S., student H. U., rooms 727 Cambridge 
Lannigan Henry, tailor, 567 Main, boards 6 Green 
Lantigua Andrew, cigarmaker, house 65 Pearl 
Lap Aime, cabinetmaker, house rear 137 Bridge 
Lapham George H., clerk (146 Devonshire, B.), bds. 254 

North avenue 
Lapoint Eli, carpenter, house 122 Spruce 
Lapsley George, baker, house 9 Lopez 
Lapstrome A., cabinetmaker Doe & Hunnewell, house 

at Somerville 
Larkin James, boilermaker, 92 Main, h. 33 Pioneer pi. 
Larkin John, junkstore, 20 Cambridge, h. at Wakefield 
Larkin John, laborer, house 20 Carson 
Larkin John, house 33 Eighth 
Larkin Lawrence, laborer, house 58 Harvard 
Larkin Michael, laborer, boards 33 Eighth 
Larkin Patrick, laborer, boards 21 Lee 
Larkin Thomas F., horseshoer, 436 Main, h. at Somerville 
Larkin Timothy, brakeman B. & P. R. R., bds. 33 Eighth 
Larose Maurice, brickmaker, h. Bolton, near Dublin 
Larson Frank H., cigarmaker, 458 Main, house 461 do. 
Larson John M., locksmith (4 Dock sq., B.), h. 14 Soden 
Lasselle S. E. Mrs., music teacher at C. J. Adams, Thorn- 
dike, cor. Third, boards do. 
Latham Charles H., cooper, house 8 Mullins court 
Lathe Leonora F. physician, house 34 Austin 
Lathrop George P., asst. editor Atlantic Monthly, house 

41 Bowdoin 
Lathrop William L., house 20 Brookline 
Latimer James A., physician, 57 Otis, house do. 
Latimer Richard H., student, boards 57 Otis 

J. B. CROWACK/^r/^^r^r 8 ' BOSTON. 



CAMBRIDGE [L] DIRECTORY. 251 

Laughlin James L., teacher Hopkinton school (B.), bds. 

85 Brattle 
Laughlin John, carpenter, house 43 Cedar 
Laughlinton James, teamster, boards 62 Spring 
Laurie Charles, bookbinder Riverside Press, h. 39 Erie ^ 
Laurie Thomas, bookbinder Riverside Press, bds. 39 Erie 
Lavender Anna Louise, widow, house 25 Gore 
Lavin Thomas, laborer, house 122 Elm 
Law Annie, widow of Charles, boarding, 14 Eliot, h. do. 
Law Emerson W., clerk, boards Nutting place 
Lawler Patrick S., laborer, house 169 Dublin 
Lawless John, gatetender B. & L. R. R., house Water, 

near Bridge 
Lawless Richard, laborer, house 4 Gore 
Lawrence Charles, produce (6 New Faneuil Hall Market, 

B.), house 55 Cambridge^- 
Lawrence Dolly D., widow of James K., house 29 Second 
Lawrence Edward F., engineer B. L. & N. R. R., house 6 

Second st. court 
Lawrence Frank M., provisions, 33 River, h. 54 Pleasant 
Lawrence John P., poultry (48 Faneuil Hall Market, B.), 

house 407 Broadway 
Lawrence Levi, driver U. R. Co., boards Mrs. Johnson's, 

North avenue 
Lawrence Mary P., widow, bouse 407 Broadway 
Lawrence Oscar W., action maker, M. & H. Organ Co., h. 

229 Broadway 
Lawrence Scientific School, 3 Kirkland 
Lawrence William B., student EL XL, rooms 22 Concord 

avenue 
Lawrence Wm. H., gasfitter (126 Union, B.), h. 74 Wash. 
Lawrence William W. (108 and 110 Faneuil Hall Mark- 
et, B.), house 9 Pleasant 
Laws Charles H., boards rear 110 Magazine 
Laws Elizabeth A., wid. of William, h. r. 110 Magazine 
Laws James, laborer, house Lilac court 
Laws John, baker, house 28 Hastings 
Laws Susan, widow, house Lilac court 
Lawson Andrew J., assistant editor Boston Daily Globe, 

(238 Wash., B.), house 79 Putnam av. 
Lawson Ann M., widow, house 40 Antrim 
Lawson Francis C, grocer, 31 Vine, house do. 
Lawson Rebecca A. Mrs., house 38 Washington 
Lawton Edward B. Mrs., house 46 Market 
Lawton Edward W., caterer, boards 46 Market 
Lawton John T., brakeman E. R. R., bds. 2 Mullins ct. 
Lawton Leander, house 15 Walnut court 

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252 CAMBRIDGE []j] DIRECTORY. 

Lawton Margaret, wid. of John, h. 2 Mullins ct., Winter 
Lawton Wm. A., blacksmith, boards 2 Mullins court 
Laxon Henry C, fireman L. R. R., house 68 Winter 
Leach Alpheus M., painter (4 Brimmer place, B.), house 

26 Hancock 
Leach Charles F., physician, boards 25 Hancock 
Leach Frank H., carpenter, boards 12 Brookline 
Leach George C , stationery, house 22 Lowell 
Leach Georgie Miss, proofreader, h. 7 Lambert av. 
Leach Hosea W., mason, boards 69 Moore 
Leach Mary A., widow of Wm. S., h. 7 Lambert av. 
Leach William H., carpenter, house 12 Brookline 
Leahey John, mason, house 4 Antrim 
Leahey Thomas, mason, house 4 Antrim 
Leahy John, laborer, house 108 Kinnaird 
Leahy Michael, watchman, house 204 Franklin 
Leake Christopher, carpenter, house 67 Western avenue 
Lealand Charles, millwright, house 86 Winsor 
Learnard George W., flour (150 State, B.), h. 53 Cherry 
Learnard William B., house 53 Cherry 
Learned Grant, shoemaker, 29^ Central sq., h. 12 Laurel 
Learned James M., foreman water works, house rear 310 

Harvard 
Leary Daniel, laborer, house 150 Green 
Leary Dennis, laborer, house 4 Linehan's block, Third 
Leary Dennis, laborer, house 232 Bridge 
Leary Humphrey, laborer, boards 32 Auburn 
Leary James, boards 16 North 
Leary Jeremiah, tailor, boards 2 Lawrence 
Leary John, carpenter, house 68 Harvard 
Leary John, laborer, house 19 Cowperthwait 
Leary John, laborer, house 236 Bridge 
Leary John, tailor, house 24 Harrison 
Leary John, printer, house Deacon 
Leary John F., varnisher, 203 Bridge, house at Boston 
Leary Mary, widow of Jeremiah, h. Bay, cor. Kinnaird 
Leary Michael, insurance agent, boards 11 Willard 
Leary Michael, laborer, boards Charles, near the River 
Leary Michael, laborer, house rear 14 North 
Leary Michael, house 16 North 

Leary Michael A., ice cream and confectionery, 114 Cam- 
bridge, house do. 
Leary Patrick, laborer, N. E. Glass Co., h. 16 North 
Leary Patrick, hostler J. Pike, Main, opp. Pearl, house 

Kinnaird, opposite Howard 
Leary Patrick, marblepolisher, house 25 Gore 
Leary Peter, laborer, house Warren, near Porter 

DjUolstery Goofe."^::!^.^' Bancroft & Boyden. 



CAMBRIDGE [JJ DIRECTORY. 253 

Leaver Dorrace, clerk, 565 Main, boards 20 Cottage 

Leaver Sarah K., clerk, 82 Spring, boards 44 Seventh 

Leavett Palmer, carpenter, boards 23 River 

Leavitt Erasmus D., house 11 Warland 

Leavitt Erasmus D., jr., mechanical engineer, house 60 

Magazine 
Leavitt Geo. R. Rev., pastor Pilgrim church, h. 9 Warland 
Leavitt Geo. W., brassfinisber, 368 Main, h. 92 Auburn 
Leavitt Hart H., hats, caps, and furs (91 Court, B.), house 

776 Main [Winsor 

Leavitt William, carpenter (146 Mt. Vernon, B.), h. 89 
Leavitt William J. D., musicteacher, house 22 Elm 
LeBarron John D., police, station 1, house 22 Church, 

near Palmer 
LeBosquet Henry S., printer, house 6. 1 ^ Cherry 
LeCain Ellen, widow of Wm., house 161 Green 
LeCain George W., breadcart driver, house 161 Green 
LECHMERE NATIONAL BANK, 66 Cambridge, C. 

E. Richardson, cashier 
LeClair Leon, tinsmith, house 346 Cambridge 
Leddy Hannah M., widow, house 8 Fourth 
Leddy Thomas, laborer, house Willow place 
Lee Edward, laborer, boards 17 Wyeth 
Lee Isaac J. (50 Sudbury, B.), house Ericsson court 
Lee James, laborer, house 76 Spruce 
Lee James L., carpenter, 113 Broadway, house 25 Pine 
Lee Nathaniel H., porter, house Ericsson court 
Lee Richard, laborer, house 48 Broadway 
Lee Richard T., blacksmith, 368 Main, house r. 50 Amory 
Lee Robert P., wood and coal, 228 to 232 Third, and 7 

Western avenue, house do. 
Lee Walter, blacksmith, boards 45 Coggswell avenue 
Lee William, gardener, boards 11 Fayerweather 
Lee William, house 5 Dock 
Leeds Daniel D., pianoforte varnisher (517 Washington, 

B.), house 123 Franklin 
Leeds Edwin F., wool (136 Federal, B.), h. 123 Franklin 
Leeds Fred. A., bookkeeper (103 State, B.), boards 123 

Franklin 
Leest Walter, plasterer, house 44 Franklin 
Lefford Edward F., oilfinisher, house 161 Thorndike 
LeFrancis Frederick, clerk (85 Oliver, B.), boards 1 Wor- 
cester 
LeFrancis Peter, cigar mnfr., 527 Main, h. 1 Worcester 
LeFrancis True W., machinist, boards 162 Hampshire 
Legassy Genet Mrs., h. Concord avenue, n. R. R. crossing 
Leger Anthony, laborer, house Spruce, near brickyard 

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254 CAMBRIDGE [JJ DIRECTORY. 

Leger Frank, laborer, house Spruce, near brickyard 
Legg Frank W., photographer, h. 82 Green 
Leggett John, carpenter A. Stevens, bds. 99 Mt. Auburn 
Leggett Mary, widow, house 43 Tremont [Dublin 

Legrand Toussient, foreman Wyatt's brickyard, house 64 
Lehan Daniel, blacksmith, house 21 Fourth 
Lehan Daniel W., furniture polisher, house 61 Gore 
Lehan Dennis H., blacksmith, 19 Gore, h. 40 Second 
Lehan Jeremiah, laborer, h. Bay, near Kinnaird 
Lehan Michael J., laborer, boards 21 Fourth 
Lehmkuhl Wm. H., cabinetmaker, house 70 Gore 
Leighton Henry B., engraver, boards 22 Winter 
Leighton John A., carpenter, house 143 Gore 
Leighton John H., house 22 Winter 
Leighton Oliver W., hostler, house 117 Gore 
Leighton Thomas, machinist, house 12 Fourth 
Leister A., student H. U., rooms 4 Divinity Hall 
Leitch James, baker F. A. Kennedy, h. 25 Somerset 
Leitch James, Boston Chemical Works, h. 10 Warren 
Leitch Johnson, engineer (81 Court, B.), h. 10 Warren 
Leland Albert, laborer, house 58 Elm 
Leland Annie M., teacher Harvard grammar school, room 

3, h. at Somerville 
Leland Frederick, chair dealer (84North,B.),bds. 11 River 
Leland James, car springmaker, house 111 Norfolk 
Leland Pitt, driver ice wagon, bds. Bridge, junc. Camb. 
Lemme Frederick, florist, 273 North av., house do. 
Lemon William, bookbinder, boards 30 Western av. 
LeMoyne William J., actor, house 41 Franklin 
Lenehan John, tailor, house 16 Decatur 
Lenfest Granville B., printer, Cambridge, corner Second, 

bds. 150 Thorndike 
Lenfest Mary A. Mrs., house 50 Baldwin 
LENFEST SOLOMON, job and card printer, Lechmere 

Bank building, Cambridge, cor. Second, house 150 

Thorndike [40 Western av. 

Lenfest Thomas H., musicprinter (21 School, B.), house 
Lenfest Thomas H., jr., musicprinter (21 School, B.),bds. 

40 Western av. 
Lennehan Daniel Mrs., house rear 6 Davis 
LENNON JOHN, auctioneer and real estate, 603 Main, 

house 67 Pearl 
Lennon Michael, laborer, house Hampshire, cor. Elm 
Lenox Bernard, baker, boards 213 Cambridge 
Lenox John, letter collector, house 95 Elm 
Leonard Curtis, machinist, house 21 Harrison 
Leonard Daniel, shoemaker, house rear 9 Winthrop 

Ladies' Straw and Felt II » TC Pressed in new shapes, in the best manner, 
At CEOMACK'S, JTl A. 1 D No. 26 Temple Place, Boston. 



CAMBRIDGE [Jj] DIRECTORY. 255 

Leonard Dominick, currier, boards 9 Reed 
Leonard Edward, cooper, 138 Gore, h. at Charlestown 
Leonard Frederick M., student H. U., rooms 9 Felton 
Leonard Geoi'ge A., hatter (412 Washington, B.), house 

342 Broadway 
Leonard Gilraan, laborer, house Potter, near Third 
Leonard Henry W., wheelwright, 37 Gore, house at East 

Somerville [house 139 Otis 

Leonard Hiram, produce dealer (30 South Market, B.), 
Leonard James, machinist, 368 Main 
Leonard Joel M., student Boston Theological Seminary, 

boards 139 Otis 
Leonard John, laborer, house 185 Columbia 
Leonard Patrick G., salesman (28 Summer, B.), house 

90 Prospect 
Leonard Richard, stonecutter, house 157 Franklin 
Leonard Rose, house 40 Clark 
Leonard Samuel R., house 82 Magazine 
Leonard Thomas, junkdealer, 28 Gore, house 19 do. 
Leonard Timothy, marblecutter, 45 Main, bds. Pioneer 
Leonard William, book agent, house 102 Fourth 
LERNED ANDREW, boots, shoes, and furnishing goods, 

354 North avenue, house rear do. 
Lerned Benjamin, butter and eggs, h. 354 North avenue 
Lerned Charles W., marbleworker, bouse 358 North av. 
Lerned Lucy Miss, house 358 North avenue 
Lerned Rebecca R. Miss, house 358 North avenue 
Lerned Sarah A., widow of T. P., house 8 Sumner 
Lerned Walter EL, butter and eggs, h. 354 North avenue 
Leslie David, glassmarker, house 449 Cambridge 
Lester Moses W., house 75 Inman 
Leuchte Bernhard, lager-beer saloon, 9 Brighton, and 36 

Cambridge, house at Somerville 
Leuchte Rudolph, lithographer Riverside Press, boards 

at Somerville 
Leurner Frank, gardener, house 257 Franklin 
Leurner Frederic, tailor (B.), house 261 Franklin 
Levas Charles, teamster, boards 97 River 
Leveen Jacob, peddler, house Harding 
Leverett Louisa, widow of Thomas J., house 8 Holyoke 
Leville Margaret, widow, boards 11 Dinsmore 
Levin John M., carpenter, house 31 Carson 
Levy Aaron, clerk, 433 Main, boards 433 do. 
Levy Abraham, clothing, 433 Main, house 433 do. 
Levy Joseph, baker, 67 Gore, boards 67 do. 
Lewando Charles A., civil engineer, house Putnam avenue, 

corner Green 

IMPORTED GOODS, ^aSHESf*'' 430 Harvard St! 



256 CAMBRIDGE []j] DIRECTORY. 

Lewis Aaron, provision wagon, house 18 Park 

Lewis Abbie A. Miss, teacher Dana primary school, bds. 

14 Story 
Lewis Ann, widow of Henry P., house 14 Story 
Lewis Charles J., grocer, 150 Harvard, house 17 Franklin 
Lewis Charles S., foreman 46 Winter, house 96 Ellery 
Lewis Daniel, carriagemaker, house rear 507 Main 
Lewis Elmer L., clerk 515 Main, bds. rear 8 Perry 
Lewis Ensign L., tinsmith, house rear 8 Perry 
Lewis Fred., brushfinisher, house 85 Vine 
Lewis George W., porter H. IT., house rear 37 Garden 
Lewis Henry B., brassfinisher 368 Main, boards 21 Sidney 
Lewis Henry C, porter H. U., house 19 Grant 
Lewis Henry L., clerk Prospect House, 598 Main, bds. do. 
Lewis John F., vegetable vender, house 18 Park 
Lewis John J., proprietor Hotel Cambridge, 45 Otis 
Lewis Levi J., hairdresser, 539 Main, house 104 Harvard 
Lewis Mary, widow of Henry, house 78 Washington 
Lewis Mary A. Miss, teacher Boardman primary school, 

boards 16 Lincoln 
Lewis Ruth, widow of Moses, house 18 Park 
Lewis Thomas, landscape photographer, 33 River, house 

46 do. 
Lewis William C, teamster, house 33 Union 
Lewis William H., clerk, 150 Harvard, house 50 Clark 
Lewis W. F., carpenter, rooms 20 Holyoke 
Libbey Haynes L., sawyer Woodbury & Co., h. at Lynn 
Libbey W'illiam L., agent N. E. Glass Co., North, corner 

Water and (41 State, B.), house at Boston 
Libby Albertenia, widow, house 188 Harvard [naird 

Libby Charles W., sewing machine repairer, bds. 9 Kin- 
Libby Hall J., cooper, house 265 Cambridge 
Libby Isaiah, iceman, house 102 Winsor 
Libby Joseph M., lastmaker, house 9 Kinnaird 
Libby Oliver, hostler, house rear 387 North avenue 
Libby Tobias, teamster, house 15 Ellsworth avenue 
Libby Win., gatetencler Concord turnpike station, h. do. 
Liddy Thomas, printer, house 11 Flagg 
Liebert David, baker, 34 Fourth, house do. 
Lietner Catharine M., widow of John, h. rear 12 Winter 
Lighthill August P., physician (5 Treinont pi., B.), house 

31 Inman 
Lighthill William H. P., clerk (Raynham), bds. 31 Inman 
Lilley Frederick, clerk F. R. R. freight depot, boards 46 

Fifth 
Lilley Thomas, carriagesmith, house 46 Fifth 
Lillie Abbie Miss, house 160 Thorndike 

wv-s—LIBRARY CASES, MANTEL MIRRORS, AND DltTD PI ACQ TO 
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CAMBRIDGE [Jj] DIRECTORY. 257 

Lillie Mary Miss, house 160 Thorndike 

Lillie Susan Miss, house 160 Thorndike 

Lincoln Abbie Mrs., widow of Tyler, house 6 Plympton 

Lincoln Alfred, clerk (128 Hanover, B.), boards 15 Fifth 

Lincoln Charles A., carpenter, house 15 Fifth 

Lincoln Charles S. (79 Milk, B.), house 58 Sidney 

Lincoln George E., trav. agt., h. Oxford, cor. Hammond 

Lincoln John (Lincoln, Chamberlain & Co.),h. 128 Winsor 

Lincoln John, machinist, boards 220 Harvard 

Lincoln Nathan, music teacher, house 72 Prospect 

Lincoln Nathan P., teamster, house 28 Seventh 

Lincoln Nathan F., clerk (33 Com'l, B.), bds. 72 Prospect 

Lincoln Walter N., clerk (4 P. O. square, B.), boards 106 

Austin 
Lincoln Wm. F., boxmaker, house 49 Winter 
Lincoln Wm. 1L, asst. clerk J. P. Squire, boards 15 Fifth 
Lindner Berdhold, varnisher, house 12 Winter 
Lindsay John, painter, house 239 Main 
Lindsay Thomas, casemaker Mason & Hamlin 
Lindsay William, carver, house 25 Decatur 
Lindsey P. Allen, salesman (410 Washington, B.), house 

76 Inman 
Lindstrom E. P., cabinetmaker, house 120 Harvard 
Linehan Charles, stablekeeper, 244 Cambridge, house at 

Newton 
Linehan John, stonecutter, house 7 Winter 
Linehan William, teamster, house 258 Bridge 
Ling James, clerk, 161 Cambridge, boards 199 Norfolk 
Ling William, cabinetmaker, house 199 Norfolk 
Linihan Denis, shoemaker, 544 Main, boards do. 
Linn John, hostler, house 93 Third 
Linn Eliza, widow of William, house 8 Lincoln 
Linnehan James, plumber (Province ct., B.),bds. 110 Gore 
Linnehan John, tailor, 567 Main, house 16 Decatur 
Linnell William, machinist, house 129 Webster avenue 
Lippincott Sarah E., widow, house 148 Mt. Auburn 
Lippitt Francis J., counsellor (Washington, D. C), house 

10 Mason [Pond lane 

Lister Fred. W., supt. Harvard gymnasium, house Fresh 
Litch Albert, boards 11 Jay 
Litchfield Allen W., mason, house 64 River 
Litchfield Benj. C, plumber, house 67 Auburn 
Litchfield E. C. Mrs., dressmaker, 475)^ Main, house do. 
Litchfield George W. B., mason (11 Chapman place, B.), 

house 45 Blackstone 
Litchfield Judson, undertaker, 488 Main, h. 17 Green 
Litchfield Otis V., regulator Mason & Hamlin 

DUOlN LOO oUI I Oj 430 Harvard St., Cambridge. ' 



258 CAMBRIDGE []j] DIRECTORY. 

Litchfield Roland, undertaker, 488 Main, house do. 
Litchfield Roland, jr., undertaker, 488 Main, h. 4753^ do. 
Little, Brown & Co. (Augustus Flagg, John Bartlett, 

Thomas W. Deland, John M. Brown, and George 

Flagg), bindery, Riverside 
Little Charles J. (Welch & Co.), University Bindery, 

Brattle square, house 830 Main 
Little Christopher A., harnessmaker (150 Tremont, B.), 

boards 37 Western avenue [way 

Little Edward P., brass (103 Milk, B.), house 240 Broad- 
Little Frank W., driver II. R. Co., boards 117 Green 
Little George E., clerk J. C. Goodwin, bds. Porter's Hotel 
Little John, harnessmaker (150 Tremont, B.), house 37 

Western avenue 
Little John, policeman station 2, house 117 Green 
Little Lemuel, house 12 Holyoke place 
Littlefield Adoniram J., provisions, house Linnaaan, near 

Raymond 
Littlefield Dependence S., organmaker, house 465 Main 
Littlefield George A., machinist, house 39 Tremont 
Littlefield George E., antiquarian bookseller (67 Cornhill, 

B.), h. 274" North avenue 
Littlefield George T., patternmaker (28 Summer, B.), h. 

12 Mellen 
Littlefield Jacob, house 274 North avenue 
Littlefield Joseph H., architect (8 Pemberton square, B.), 

house Prescott, near Harvard 
Littlefield Nathan C„ house 10 Mellen 
Livermore Charles C. (103 State, B.), boards 1 Dana 
Livermore George Mrs., house 1 Dana 
Livermore Isaac, house 3 Clinton 
Livermore John M., commission merchant (136 Milk, B.), 

house 136 Austin 
Livermore Joseph P., student H. IT., boards 24 North av. 
Livermore Kidder A., house 69)^ Mt. Auburn 
Livermore Leonard J. Rev., house 24 North avenue 
Livermore Lois, widow of Oliver, house 77 North av. 
Livermore Oliver W. Mrs., house 77 North avenue 
Livesey Frank B., bookkeeper (7 Spring lane, B.), house 

7 Rice [174 Thorndike 

Livingston Archibald, workman chemical works, house 
Livingston Benjamin F., machinist M. & H. Organ Co., 

house 5 Austin 
Livingston Mary, dressmaker, 856 Main, house do. 
Lloyd George, carpenter, house 167 Spring 
Lloyd George A., teller Cambridge National Bank (East 

Cambridge), boards 37 Columbia 



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JVo. 26 Temple Place, Boston, 
J. B. CBOMACK, 



CAMBRIDGE [JJ DIRECTORY. 259 

Lloyd Michael, laborer, house Jefferson, opp. McCabe 

Lloyd Thomas, teamster, house 11 Hamilton 

Lloyd William, carpenter, house 37 Columbia 

Lloyd William E., clerk Court House (E. Cambridge), 

boards 37 Columbia [Hall 

Lloyd Wm. J., student Divinity school, rooms 31 Divinity 
Loane Alexander, soapmaker, boards 94 Tremont 
Loane John, soapmaker, house 94 Tremont 
Lobsity L., student H. U., rooms 37 Divinity Hall 
Lock Brothers (George and Wm. J. Lock), plasterers and 

stucco worker, 508 Main 
Lock George (Lock Bros.), plasterer, etc., 508 Main, 

house rear 508 do. [4 Fine 

Lock William J. (Lock Bros.), plasterer, 508 Main, house 
Locke Amos, foreman William Wyman, h. at Lexington 
Locke Bros. (Edgar H. & S. Ellis), provisions, 226 North 

avenue 
Locke Davis, clerk Porter's Hotel, boards do. 
Locke Edgar H. (Locke Bros.), provisions, 226 North av., 

house rear 293 North avenue 
Locke Eveline J., teacher (Arlington), bds. 281 North av. 
Locke Frank, propr. Porter's Hotel, 185 North avenue 
Locke George, provisions (B.), h. 32 Coggswell avenue 
Locke Horatio, provisions (42 and 44 Faneuil Hall market, 

B.), house 285 North avenue 
Locke H. Austin, clerk (32 F. H. market, B.), h.ll Dover 
Locke John, leather (95 High, B.), boards rear 8 Perry 
Locke John T., bookkeeper, 25 Central sq., h. r. 8 Perry 
Locke Sarah J., widow of Chas. A., house 17 Clinton 
Locke S. Ellis (Locke Bros.), 226 North avenue, house 

30 Coggswell avenue 
Lockett Jacob L., butler, house 81 Wendell 
Lockhart Albert E., undertaker W. L. Lockhart, bds. 

203 Bridge 
Lockhart Charles H., undertaker W. L. Lockhart, 203 

Bridge, house 209 do. 
Lockhart David, coflSnmaker, Bridge, corner Third, house 

154 Cambridge [137 Cambridge 

Lockhart David, jr., coffinmaker W. L. Lockhart, h. 
LOCKHART WILLIAM L., undertaker and manufac- 
turer of coffins, caskets, etc., wholesale and retail, 191 

to 209 Bridge, house 150 Cambridge 
Locklin Mary Miss, house 60 Brighton 
Locklin Mary Miss, washwoman, house 17 Brown 
Locklin Peter H., fishpeddler, house 85 Gore 
Locklin William, janitor Lyceum building, inquire 2 Shep- 
herd's block, rear 10 Charles River 

NOBBY STYLES at Billings', **%A*!t^Ii,^r" 



260 CAMBRIDGE [JJ DIRECTORY. 

Lockwood Leverett L., engineer Riverside Press, house 

9 Blackstone 
Logan Henry, porter, 543 Main, house 188 Green 
Logan John, marbleworker R. L. Sands, h. at Watertown 
Lomax Rosa, widow, house 63 Winter [Hall 

Lombard Charles P., Divinity student, rooms 16 Divinity 
Lombard Eugene, baker, 15 River, house 166 Franklin 
Lombard Herbert E. (H. E. Lombard & Co.), job printer, 

642 Main, boards Prospect House 
LOMBARD H. E. & CO. (Herbert E. Lombard and 

Carl H. Heintzeman), job printers, 642 Main 
Lombard Isaac, laborer, 174 Broadway, bds. Ross House 
Lombard James M., grocer, 52 Broadway, house do. 
Lombard Julia, widow of Richard, groceries, Hampshire, 

corner Clark, house do. 
LOMBARD NATHAN C, mechanical engineer and 

draughtsman (40 State, B.), house 125 Prospect 
Lombard Richard P., lather, house 71 Washington 
Long Abel E., carriagemaker, house 14 Coggswell avenue 
Long Andrew, glassmaker, house 36 Winter 
Long Daniel, foreman finisher (48 Canal, B.), house 19 

Lawrence 
Long David, glassmaker N. E. Glass Co., h. 192 Bridge 
Long Irene F., widow of Caleb C, house 15 Elm 
Long John, -grocer, 49 Gore, house do. 
Long John J., plumber, 71 Cambridge, house do. 
Long Michael, house 71 Gore 
Long Richard, baconcurer, house 22 Hayes court 
Long Sarah A. 9 widow, boards 19 Everett 
Long Victor H., law student, bds. 13 Remington 
Longfellow Charles A., house 106 Brattle 
Longfellow Ernest W 8 , house 108 Brattle 
Longfellow Henry W., professor, house 105 Brattle 
Longfellow Samuel Rev., boards 76 Brattle 
Longfellow William P. P., architect (31 Pemberton sq., 

B.), house 126 Brattle 
Lonojley Benjamin, painter, 608 Main, h. at Somerville 
Longshaw William, house 78 Otis 
Loomer Jacob E., cabinetmaker, 77 Main 
Loomer Joseph H., woodturner, house 109 Columbia 
Loomis Alfred, house 119 Magazine 
Loomis Eleazer B., cardriver, house 60 Brighton 
Loomis Grove H., house 108 Thorndike 
Loomis James, student, boards 46 Prospect 
Looney Epunetus J., laborer, house Jefferson, n. Warren 
Looney Michael, laborer, house 13 Valentine 
Lopez Catherine Mrs., boards 211 Broadway 

^Tb^^^'H Hazard's Patent Uw Crib I Cradle. 



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jy E take this opportunity to call attention to the fact, that in view 
of our increasing trade and the utter inability to accommodate our 
ff^ numerous patrons at the old stand, we now occupy the commodi- 
ous quarters, No. 600 Main Street, (adjoining the Prospect House,) 
where we have added to our already large and varied assortment of 
Printing Material a number of handsome and useful founts of Type, Or- 
naments, Borders, etc., which are admirably adapted to every variety 
of Commercial Printing, and which we know cannot fail to please. 

We respectfully solicit that our office may be remembered by all 
who require printing of any kind executed in the best manner, at the 
most reasonable prices, and with the utmost despatch. 




January 1st, 1876. 



HERBERT E. LOMBARD, 
CARL H. HEINTZEMAN. 



CAMBRIDGE []j] DIRECTORY. 261 

Lord Charles P., mason, boards 66 Vine 

Lord Clarence S., horsecar conductor, h. 138 Brookline 

Lord J. Wesley, traveling salesman, 503 Main, house rear 

82 Green 
Lord Lottie M. Mrs., dressmaker, house 24 Watson 
Lord Millard F., clerk, boards 214 Harvard 
Lord Rebecca P., nurse, boards 162 Cambridge 
Lord William W., clerk, 521 Main, rooms do. 
Lorcien Daniel, laborer, house 18 North 
Lorden John, glassblower N. E. Glass Co., bds. 18 North 
Lorice Thomas, conductor U. R. R., boards 1 Oak 
Loring Harriet E. Mrs., house 476 Cambridge 
Loring John W. Mrs., house 59 Fifth 
Lothrop Charles B., tinplate worker, bds. 106 Auburn 
Lothrop George B., locksmith (11 Chardon, B.), house 3 

Blackstone fBlackstone 

Lothrop George B., jr., locksmith (11 Chardon, B.), h. 3 
Lothrop James B., organbuilder, 101 Gore, h. 106 Spring 
Lothrop Oliver B., music printer (23 Water, B.), boards 

119 Washington 
Lothrop Stephen N, house Pearl, corner Franklin 
Lotz Christopher, currier, house Ninth, near Cambridge 
Loughlin Edward, house 104 Pearl 

Loughran Mary Mrs., house 9 Wright ' [Wright 

Loughran Michael, operative Somerville Bleachery, bds. 9 
Loughrey Ann, widow of William, house Loughrey av., 

rear 28 Dock 
Loughrey John, bookkeeper J. P. Squire & Co., house 14 

Squire's court 
Louppin Theodore, cabinetmaker, house 70 Gore 
Lovejoy Edward E., lumber (182 Causeway, B.), house 

378 Broadway 
Lovejoy Emma (E. Lovejoy & Co.), milliner and milli- 
nery goods, 545 Main 
Lovejoy E & Co. (Emma Lovejoy and Eva S. Delano), 

milliners and millinery goods, 545 Main 
Lovejoy Oscar D., teamster, house 88 Fifth 
Lovejoy Samuel M., stock and note broker (57 State, B.), 

house 94 Magazine 
Lovejoy Virgil S., expressdriver, bouse 9 Seventh 
Loveland Horace N., treasurer Dover Stamping Co. (90 

North, B.), house 305 Broadway 
Lovell Andrew J., grocer (64 Cambridge, B.), h. 11 Forest 
Lovering James W., supt. Mt. Auburn cemetery, house 

228 Brattle 
Lovering Joseph, Hollis professor of mathematics and 

natural philosophy H. XL, house 38 Kirkland 

I lUil ILJiliu 3.I1U. DUlj»Klrlk)j 430 Harvard St., Cambridge. 



262 CAMBRIDGE [JJ DIRECTORY. 

Lovett Augustus, insurance agent (42 Congress, B.), bds. 

735 Cambridge 
Lovett Catherine, widow, house rear 35 Cawperthwait 
Lovett James, baker, boards rear 35 Cowperthwait 
Lovett John, laborer, house 8 Beaver 
Lovett John C, tinplate worker, 16 Eighth, bds. 16 do. 
Lovett Joseph I., printer John Wilson & Son, house 11 

Hancock 
Lovett Mary, widow, house 17 Cowperthwait 
Lovett Michael, laborer, house 21 Banks 
Lovewell David X., wood m older, house 45 Cambridge 
Low Charles H. (Charles H. Low & Co.), dry goods, 460 

Harvard, Harvard sq., rooms 134 Mt. Auburn 
Low Frederick C, photographer, 110 Cambridge, house 

23 North Fifth 
Low Frank H., printer, boards 65 Oxford [ford 

Low George H., bookkeeper (83 Water, B.), bds. 65 Ox- 
Low George W., house 65 Oxford 
Low James, gardener, house rear 25 Baldwin 
Lowe Edwin D., boards 76 Prospect 
Lowe Francis (F. & J. Lowe), builder, h. 74 Prospect 
Lowe Frank A., boards 76 Prospect 
Lowe F. & J. (Francis and John), builders, 76 Prospect 
Lowe John (F. & J. Lowe), builder, house 76 Prospect 
Lowe John T., butcher, house 159 Winsor 
Lowe Samuel B., house 5 Suffolk 
Lowe Samuel P., organcase maker, house 91 Auburn 
Lowe William, painter, boards 11 Suffolk 
Lowell Alfred E., freight conductor L. R. R., h. 28 East 
Lowell Ellen F., asst. librarian Dana Library, h. 9 Douglass 
Lowell Frederick H., drug clerk, 439 Main, h. 6 Cherry 
Lowell Harrison G., sail maker, house 9 Douglass 
Lowell James R., Smith professor of the French and 

Spanish languages and literatures, and belles-lettera 

H. XL, house Elmwood av., corner Mt. Auburn 
Lowell Kate M. Miss, teacher Willard primary school, h. 

9 Douglass 
Lowell William O., blacksmith, house 96 Sixth 
Lowery William J., machinist, house 129 Washington 
Lowney Dennis, glassraaker, boards 47 Winter 
Lowney Morris, laborer, house 47 Winter 
Lowry George, foreman glass cutting N. E. Glass Co., h. 

89 Vine 
Lowry Joseph, silversmith, house Willow place 
Lowry Michael, in Boston rolling mill, h. 1 Gray place 
Lucas Clinton W, student H. XL, rooms 156 Mt. Auburn 
Lucas Edward, waiter, house rear 115 Columbia 

SILKS, CRAPES, and Bonnet TRIMOTIIVQS of all kinds. 
(8^=* J. B. CROMACK, 26 Temple Place, BOSTON. 



CAMBRIDGE [J,] DIRECTORY. 263 

Lucas John B., razor strop manuf., h. 156 Mt. Auburn 
Lucas Manuel R., hairdresser, 97 Cambridge, bds. Hotel 

Cambridge 
Luce George C, conductor U. R. Co., h. 65 Pleasant 
Luce Samuel H., piano hammer coverer, 555 Main, boards 

2 Columbia 
Lucey Thomas, laborer, house 199 Norfolk 
Lucy Anthony, stereotyper (15 Water, B.), h. 8 Somerset 
Lucy Isabella Mrs., house 8 Somerset 
Lucy Thomas H., policeman, house 49 Brookline 
Lucy Timothy, teamster, house 32 Harvard 
Luddy Mary Mrs., dressmaker, house 38 Winter 
Luddy Patrick, farmer, house 167 Dublin 
Luddy William J., carpenter, boards 141 Cambridge 
Ludgate William B., porter, house 74 Winsor 
Luduc Leon, currier, house Harvey, opposite Clay 
Lufkin Charles A., clerk, boards 81 Oxford 
Luf kin Julia A., widow of David M., h. rear 81 Oxford 
Luiji H, currier F. Fischer, house at Boston 
Luke Arthur F., bookkeeper National Bank of the Com- 
monwealth (121 Devonshire, B.), boards 21 Inman 
Luke Elijah H. (E. H. Luke & Son), hay and grain, 71 

Main, house 15 Maple avenue 
Luke Eugene R. (E. H. Luke & Son), hay and grain, 71 

Main, boards 15 Maple avenue 
Luke E. H. & Son (Elijah H. and Eugene R. Luke), hay 

and grain, 71 Main 
Luke Jacob P., cigars (Union, B.), boards 15 Prospect 
Luke James, jr. (Luke & Bent), coal and wood, 168 Main, 

house 21 Inman 
Luke Otis H., paying teller Third National Bank (66 State, 

B.), boards 21 Inman [Maple avenue 

Luke Walter J., shoefindings (105 High, B.), boards 15 
Luke William H., carpenter, Clark, n. Broadway, h. do. 
Luke & Bent (James Luke, jr., and Geo. H. Bent), coal 

and wood dealers, 168 Main 

Luke , gluer, boards rear 93 Sixth 

Lull Abner C., builder, rooms 12 Broadway 

Lull Frederick A., house 45 Norfolk 

Lum Isaac E., confectioner, 165 Broadway, house do. 

Luna Christian P., hairdresser, 461 Main, bds. 23 Suffolk 

Luna J. P., hairdresser, 125 Bridge and 27 Fifth, boards 

73 Gore [Mt. Vernon 

Lund Jerahmeel C, carpenter (150 Charlestown, B.), h. 
Lund Lewis, at Pickle Factory, house 43 Winter 
Lund S. Thompson, clerk (184 Wash., B.), boards J. C. 

Lund's, Mt. Vernon 

LATEST STYLES, 4 SJSESS£- C. H. BILIMS, 



264 CAMBRIDGE [JJ DIRECTORY. 

Lund Walter B., clerk (B.), bds. J. C. Lund's, Mt. Vernon 

Lundergan John, glassblower, house 42 Gore • 

Lundin Carl*A. R., telescopemaker house 8 Tufts 

Lundregan Michael, teamster, house 88 Franklin 

Lunitz Bernhard, engineer, house 119 Pearl [ct. 

Lunitz Charles, compositor Riverside Press, bds. 8 Stinson 

Lunitz Gustave, pocketbook maker, house 8 Stinson ct. 

Lunt Alfonso M., printer (31 Hawley, B.), house 92 Otis 

Lunt Benj. F., gilder, house 22 Watson 

Lunt John M., printer (31 Hawley, B.), h. 4 Mullin's ct. 

Lunt Moses, carpenter, house 50 Sacramento 

Lunt William H., moldmaker, house 104 Cambridge 

Lunt William Parsons, bookpublisher, (42 Congress, B.), 

house 5 Hilliard 
Lusk Bridget Miss, house 11 Laurel 
Lusk John, mariner, house Warren, near Cambridge 
Lute Anton, laborer, house 5 Linehan's block, Third 
Lute John, house 159 Bridge 
Luther Thos. H. (Joy, Luther & Co.), carpenter, 3 River, 

house 10 Village 
Lyall John P., stonecutter, boards 9 Brewer 
Lycett John J., printer, boards 88 Mt. Auburn 
Lydston William H., carpenter, boards 136 Harvard 
Lyford Oliver, mason, boards 15 Pleasant 
Lyford George E., jeweler (111 Wash., B.), h. 9 Norris 
Lyford Thos J. (Doane & Lyford), provisions, 419 Main, 

boards 465 Main [White 

Lyman Albert B., marbleworker, bds. Mrs. A. Lyman's, 
Lyman Ann, widow of Alexander, h. off White, n. Elm 
Lyman Bernard, mat mnrr. (Somerville), h. 366 North av. 
Lyman George N., driver U. R. Co., house 94.^ Tremont 
Lynagh Richard, furniture and cabinetmaker, Cambridge, 

corner Tremont, house 468 Cambridge 
Lynan William, carriage painter, house 9 Filth 
Lynch Agnes R., widow of Thomas, house 220 Franklin 
Lynch Bridget, widow of Michael, house 3 Long's block, 

rear 136 Broadway 
Lynch Charles, laborer (Howard, B.), h. r. 62 Cambridge 
Lynch Cornelius, laborer, house Warren, near Jefferson 
Lynch Daniel, shoemaker, 34 Brighton, bds. 48 Brighton 
Lynch Daniel F., engraver, house 183 Hampshire 
Lynch Ellen, widow of Philip, house 93 Sixth 
Lynch Hannah, widow, house 62 Harvard 
Lynch James, plasterer, house 39 Cowperthwait 
Lynch James H., plasterer, boards 39 Cowperthwait 
Lynch James M., clerk, boards 211 Cambridge 
Lynch Jeremiah, gardener, house 8 Hancock, near Main 

CDDIMP PErnC of ail kinds, and best Bancroft & Boyden , 

OrnlNU BtUO CURLED HAIR MATTRESSES, iso TREMONT ST. 



CAMBRIDGE [JJ DIRECTORY. 265 

Lynch Jeremiah, laborer, boards 176 Gore 

Lynch John, bricklayer, boards 21 School 

Lynch John, brush maker, boards 130 Harvard 

Lynch John, laborer, house 64 Brighton 

Lynch John, laborer, house Bristol 

Lynch John, laborer, boards 176 Gore 

Lynch John, laborer, boards 154 Third 

Lynch, John, laborer, house 63 North 

Lynch John, teamster, boards 6 Conlon's court 

Lynch John, marble carver (Lynn), boards 93 Sixth 

Lynch John B., bookbinder, boards 39 Cowperthwait 

Lynch John F., printer, boards 61 Pearl 

Lynch John J., stonecutter, boards 168 Dublin 

Lynch Julia, widow, house 161 Otis 

Lynch Margaret, widow of Daniel, house 95 Kinnaird 

Lynch Mary, widow, house 130 Harvard 

Lynch Mary Mrs., dressmaker and trimming store, 209 

Cambridge, house 211 do. 
Lynch Mary, widow, house 176 Gore 
Lynch Matthew, laborer, house Railroad, corner Dublin 
Lynch Maurice J., carriage painter, 446 Main, bds. 469 do. 
Lynch Michael, drypressman Riverside, h. 226 Franklin 
Lynch Michael, laborer, house 66 Harvard 
Lynch Owen, laborer, boards 226 Franklin 
Lynch Patrick, laborer, house 6 Conlon's court 
Lynch Patrick, laborer, house 154 Third 
Lynch Patrick, laborer, house rear 63 Gore 
Lynch Patrick, laborer, boards 24 Hayes court 
Lynch Patrick Mrs., house 28 Hastings 
Lynch Richard, laborer, house 24 Hayes court 
Lynch Richard, laborer, house 61 Pearl 
Lynch Thomas, laborer Water Works, h. 254 Franklin 
Lynch Timothy, grocer, 27 Harvey, house do. 
Lynch William, teamster, boards 3 Longs block, rear 136 

Broadway [23 Orchard 

Lynes Edward G., real estate (35 Congress, B.), house 
Lynes Edward M., boards 23 Orchard 
Lynes Frank, student, boards 23 Orchard 
Lynes Ella L. Mrs., teacher Felton primary school, boards 

48 Magazine 
Lynes Raymond, lettercarrier, house 42 Coggswell av. 
Lynn David, plasterer, house 103 Webster avenue 
Lynn, see also Linn [h. 147 Mt. Auburn 

Lyon George IL, billiards Lyceum building, Harvard sq., 
Lyon Hans W. C. printer Riverside, house 27 Blackstone 
Lyon Mary D., widow of Leonard, house 29 Ash 
Lyon Peter B., chair repairer, house 13 Lopez 

FANCY SUITS, „2 EarEESFiu, CAMBRIDGE. 



266 CAMBKIDGE [J[] DIRECTORY. 

Lyon William L., house 29 Ash 

Lyons John, laborer, boards 18 Winter 

Lyons John, laborer, house 10 Flagg 

Lyons John H., painter, boards 88 Mt. Auburn 

Lyons John M., printer, house 40 School 

Lyons John S. (John S. Lyons & Co.), grocer, 397 Cam- 
bridge, h. 395 do. 

Lyons Jobn S. & Co. (John S. Lyons and Bartholomew 
Kelleher), grocers, 397 Cambridge 

Lyons Mary, widow, bouse 34 Pearl 

Lyons Thomas W., carpenter, house 28 Eighth 

Lyons Timothy, laborer, 80 North aw, boards do. 

Lyons William, laborer, house 14>£ Somerset 

MABERY CHARLES F., asst. teacher of Chemistry H. 

IT., house 50/Baldwin 
Mabille Phillippe, foreman carver Mason A Hamlin 
Macaig David W., tailor (107 Court, B.), h. Regent, near 

Porter's Hotel 
Macarthy James J., cooper, house White, near Elm 
Macauley William, inspector U. H. R. R. Co., boards 414 

Main 
MacConnel Augustus, watches (17 Congress, B.), and as- 
tronomical observer Cambridge Observatory, boards 

15 Arlington 
Macconnell Mary W., widow of Hugh, h. 125 Pleasant 
MACDONALD EDMUND J., bookbinder (11 Chardon, 

B.), bds. 826 Main [324 Harvard 

Macdonald Frederick W., tobacco (114 Broad, B.), bds. 
Macdonald James J., physician, 9 Norfolk, boards do. 
Macdonald Maria A. Mrs., house 324 Harvard 
Macdonald Robert, carpenter, h. Hollis, near Spruce 
Mace Charlotte P., widow of Horace F., h. 34 Warland 
Mace Eveline T. Mrs., house 17 Lopez 
Mace Horace F., clerk (53 State, B.), house 34 Warland 
Mace Junius B., machinist, 368 Main, bds. 17 Lopez 
Macey Charles, shoemaker, boards 390 Main 
Macgill James D., printer Riverside, house 103 River 
Macgregor Duncan, bookbinder Riverside, h. 29 Jay 
Maciel Antoine V., hairdresser, 187 Cambridge, h. 180 do. 
Maciel Joseph V., hairdresser, 283 and 329 Cambridge, 

boards 180 do. 
Mack Fritz, currier, boards George Mack's, Tannery 
Mack George, house Tannery 
Mack Jacob, currier, house Tannery 
Mack Julia, widow of Dennis, house 14 Garden 
Mack Margaret, widow of Garrett, h. 9 Maynard place 

SPECIAL, attention given to orders for Trimmings and Millinery. Best 
of work and mateiial. J. JB. CROUIACJEL, 26 Temple Place, Boston. 



CAMBRIDGE [Jf] DIRECTORY. 267 

Mack Michael, laborer, house Foster place 

Mack Peter F., carriage, sign, and ornamental painter, 4 

Cambridge, h. 33~Fourth 
Mack Timothy, laborer, house rear 17 Pine 
Mackay Thos. J., student Epis. Theo. school, rooms 15 

Lawrence Hall 
Mackay T. B., house 5 Follen 
Mackey Andrew, carpenter, house 46 Montgomery 
Mackin James, doormat weaver, house 142 Pleasant 
MacLeod William G., compressed yeast agt., h. 90 Inman 
Macvane S. Marcus, teacher, house 21 Mellen 
Madden Ann, widow, house 111 Spring 
Madden Anna, widow, house Warren, n. Cambridge 
Madden Daniel J., cabinetmaker, house 87 Howard 
Madden John, varnisher W. L. Lockhart, h. at Boston 
Madden Martin, commercial traveler (55 Franklin, B.), 

h. Bucks block, Seventh 
Madden Thomas, sailmaker, house 21 Carson 
Madden William, laborer, house 159 Winsor 
Madigan Thomas, hostler, 120 Green, house 27 West 
Magahy Andrew B., teamster Worcester Bros., house 15 

Sparks street court 
Magee Arthur, glassmaker, house 108 Tremont 
Magee Catherine, widow, house 39 Charles 
Magee Elizabeth, widow of Warren H., house 2 Dock 
Magee Hugh, porter (Mass. Hospital, B.), h. 98 Putnam 

avenue 
Magnus Henry P., house 8 Moore 
Magorty Bartholomew, stonecutter, bds. 2 Foster's block, 

rear 87 Main 
Magoun Aaron B., principal Harvard grammar school, 

bds. 315 Broadway 
Magoun Franklin D., machinist, boards 62 Otis 
Magoun Joseph, machinist, house 62 Otis 
Maguire Ann Miss (Maguire & Ruth), fancy dry goods, 

380 Cambridge, house do. 
Maguire Bernard, glasspacker, house 119 Gore 
Maguire Charles, teamster Brine & Clark, bds. 65 Winter 
Maguire Daniel, laborer, house 90 Spring 
Maguire Edward, hackdriver J. Pike, Main, opp. Pearl, 

boards 380 Cambridge 
Maguire Francis, oildealer (27 Broad, B.), h. 151 Austin 
Maguire Francis, jr., clerk (55 Kilby, B.), bds. 151 Austin 
Maguire James, laborer, house 7 Conlon's court 
Maguire Jane, widow of John, house 33 Dunster 
Maguire John, horseshoer, house 148 Bridge 
Maguire Mary A. Mrs., h. 172 North avenue 

IMPORTED GOODS, •^•SK^SE* 8 '- 430 Harvard St. 



268 CAMBRIDGE []\{] DIRECTORY. 

Maguire Michael, harnessmaker, h. Charles, n. the River 
Maguire & Ruth (Ann Maguire and Jane Ruth), dry and 

fancy goods, 380 Cambridge 
Mahady Daniel J., actionmaker M. & H. Organ Co., house 

70 Pearl 
Mahady John, organmaker, house 73 Pleasant 
Mahady John W., clerk T. Booth, boards 73 Pleasant 
Mahady Thomas, actionmaker M. & H. Organ Co., house 

17 Decatur 
Mahaffey Francis, printer, house 412 Cambridge 
Mahaffy John T., carpenter, house Pleasant 
Mahan James, hairdresser, boards 56 Pearl 
Mahan Patrick, bricklayer, house 172 Norfolk 
Mahaney Daniel S., laborer, boards 37 Bolton 
Mahaney Dennis, laborer, house 37 Bolton 
Mahaney Timothy, laborer, house 238 Franklin 
Mahegan James, bookbinder, house 5 Buck's block, Sev- 
enth street court 
Mahegan John, laborer, house 251 Franklin 
Mahler Anthony, brassfinisher, house 6 Portland 
Mahoney Catherine, widow, house 29 Carson 
Mahoney Cornelius, laborer, house Porter, near Warren 
Mahoney Cornelius, teamster, house rear 6 East 
Mahoney David, teamster, house 130 Bridge 
Mahoney Dennis, carpenter, house 25 Banks 
Mahoney Dennis, hostler, boards 9 Reed 
Mahoney Dennis, laborer, house rear 165 Broadway 
Mahoney Dennis, laborer, house 13 Carson 
Mahoney Dennis, laborer, house Jefferson 
Mahoney Dennis, laborer, house 20 North 
Mahoney Dennis, painter, boards 15 Flagg 
Mahoney Ellen Miss, bread store, 54 Gore, house do. 
Mahoney Ellen, widow, house Water, n. Bridge 
Mahoney Fred. D., organfinisher, house 91 Vine 
Mahoney James, laborer, house 173^ Third 
Mahoney James, laborer, house 6 Harvard 
Mahoney James, laborer, house 11 Water 
Mahoney Jeremiah, laborer, house 105 Elm 
Mahoney Jeremiah, laborer, house 105 Fourth 
Mahoney Jeremiah, teamster, boards 54 Ellery 
Mahoney John, laborer, boards 20 North 
Mahoney John, laborer, house 2 Grant 
Mahoney John, shoemaker, 217 North avenue, house 42 

Spruce 
Mahoney Margaret, widow, house 130 Bridge 
Mahoney Margaret, widow of Michael J., house 7 Lopez 
Mahoney Mary, widow of John, house 247 Franklin 



Cliamlier ^ Dining-Room Fumiture. 



BANCROFT & BOYDEN, 

180 TiiEJVlONX (ST. 



CAMBRIDGE [Jf] DIRECTORY. 269 

Mahoney Mary, widow of William, house 41 Banks 
Mahoney Michael M., laborer, house 41 Banks 
Mahoney Patrick, laborer, boards 181 Bridge 
Mahoney Timothy, laborer, house 391 Cambridge 
Mahoney Timothy, laborer, house 9 Carson 
Mahoney Timothy, laborer, house 7 Harvard 
Mahoney Timothy, teamster, 127 Bridge, house 141 Elm 
Mahoney William, laborer, house 128 Webster avenue 
Mahoney William D., laborer, house 15 Sparks 
Mahony Mary, widow of John, house 1 Clay 
Mahood John, laborer, house McCabe 
Maiers Helen, widow of John E.,h. Chestnut, n.Waverly 
Maiers Orlando A., gasfitter (12 Sudbury, B.), h. Chest- 
nut, near Waverly 
Main John, tailor, house rear 123 Third 
Mains John, laborer, house 13 Vine 
Mains Mary Mrs., grocer, 13 Vine, house 13 do. 
Maitland James, blacksmith, 225 Main, house 166 do. 
Major James, fireman gas works, h. 13 Maynard place 
Major William F., conductor B. L. & N. R. R., boards 

106 Ellery 
Mallaley Margaret Miss, house 41 Winter 
MALLEN JOHN F., tailor, 508 Main, house 494 do. 
Malley Edward B., counselor, Lechmere Bank building, 

Cambridge, corner Second, bds. 96 Thorndike 
Malley Patrick, peddler, house Willow place 
Mallon John, laborer, house 119 Pleasant 
Mallon Margaret Mrs., nurse Orphans' Home, Avon Hill, 
boards do. [cock 

Mallory Richard P., engraver (242 Wash., B.), h. 21 Han- 
Mallows James Mrs., provision dealer, 534 Main, h. do. 
Malloy Hannah, widow, house 24 Vine 
Malloy John, laborer, house Concord av., near F. R. R. 
- Malloy Michael, hostler, house rear 8 Gore 
Malone Charles W., potter, boards 112 Dublin 
Malone Edward, liquors (293 Commercial, B.),h.Tenney, 

near Orchard 
Malone Patrick, laborer, house Warren, n. Cambridge 
Malone Peter, asst. engineer Water Works, h. 112 Dublin 
Malone Philip, tinman (145 Charlestown, B.), house 192 

Norfolk 
Maloney Elizabeth, widow of Patrick, bds. 271 Main 
Maloney Ellen, widow of John, house 14 Brookline 
Maloney William, teamster, house 366 North avenue 
Malony Ann, widow, house 62 Charles 
Maloon John W., tinsmith, house Sands, n. Banks 
Manane John, laborer, house 5 Maynard place 

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270 CAMBRIDGE [J[] DIRECTORY. 

Mandell William A., insurance broker (B.), h. 93 Austin 
Mandell William J., clerk (24 Exchange place, B.), house 

93 Austin 
Maney Dennis, laborer, boards 10 Broadway 
Manion Bridget, widow of John, house Dailey alley 
Manion John, laborer, house 22 Union 
Manix John, slippermaker (High, B.), bds. r. 96 Gore 
Manley Daniel, laborer, house 68 Howard 
Manley Edward, laborer, house 113 Elm 
Mann B. Pickman, teacher of Natural History, boards 

19 Follen 
Mann George C, private teacher, boards 19 Follen 
Mann Horace Mrs., (Kindergarten), house 19 Follen 
Maun James F. (Grant & Mann), cabinetmaker, rooms 12 

Broadway 
Mann Rufus, boots and shoes, 7 Harvard square house 

23 Mellen 
Mann Thomas J., paver, boards 12 Broadway 

Mann , driver U. R. Co., boards 1 Oak 

Manning Abbie A. Miss, house 59 Mt. Auburn 
Manning Bridget Miss, house 35 Cowperthwait 
Manning Charles B., Riverside Press, boards 23 Rockwell 
Manning Edmund, boot and shoe dealer, 445 Main, house 

115 Putnam avenue [vard 

Manning Elizabeth B., widow of Dr. Samuel, h. 416 Har- 
Manning Ellen, widow, house 105 Garden 
Manning Henry M. S., boxmaker, house 51 Elm 
Manning Henry S., cabinetmaker, house 467 Main 
Manning John, teamster (B.), house 63 Spring 
Manning John, house 51 Elm 

Manning John F., grocer, 135 Webster av., house do. 
Manning Leighton W., upholsterer, 3 River, h. at Somer- 

ville 
Manning Matthew, plasterer, boards 403 Cambridge 
Manning Michael, laborer, house 403 Cambridge 
Manning Nelson H, coffinmaker, house 1 Gore place 
Manning Patrick, laborer, house Third, rear Broadway 
Manning Patrick, peddler, house 3 Grant 
Manning Thomas J., baker, boards 403 Cambridge 
Manning William, conductor U. R. Co., bds. S. H. John- 
son's, North avenue 
Manning William H., printer, boards 41 Blackstone 
Manning W. D., conductor U. R. Co., rooms 5 South 
Mannkae Albert, polisher, h. Bridge, n. Somerville line 
Mannkae Fred., cabinetmaker, house rear 91 Sixth 
Mansfield Daniel, principal Washington grammar school^ 

house 15 Hancock 

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CAMBKIDGE Qj[] DIEECTORY. 271 

Mansfield D. Gardner, salesman (149 Milk, B.), house 

Washington avenue, corner Foxcroft 
Mansfield Garrett, in Boston rolling mill, house Bristol 
Mansfield Lewis, stonecutter, boards 12 Broadway- 
Mansfield Thomas, laborer, house Tannery- 
Mansfield Tobias, laborer, house 189 Hampshire 
Mansfield William H., hostler, bds. T. Mansfield's, Tan- 
nery 
Mansise William, glasscutter, house 123 Hampshire 
Manson John, cabinetmaker, house 136 Harvard 
Manson Nathaniel G., house 303 Harvard 
Manson Nathaniel G., jr., boards 303 Harvard 
Manson Rufus H., iron (Fulton, cor. Cross, B.), house 303 

Harvard 
Mansur Warren, bookkeeper 502 Main, h. 74 Columbia 
Manton John, piano-key maker, boards 164 Harvard 
Manton Patrick, laborer, house 7 Baldwin court 
Mara David, laborer, house 23 Bay 
Mara Michael, laborer, house Bay, cor. Kinnaird 
Mara Thomas, gardener, house 23 Hayes court 
Marandy Alexander, laborer, house 108 Spruce 
Marble Emma F., widow of Benj. T., h. 33 Baldwin 
Marble Leyan L., car conductor, house 25 Sidney 
March Clement, leather dealer (136 Purchase, B.), house 

306 Harvard 
March Frank H., salesman (141 Milk, B.), bds. 28 Fayette 
March Herbert B., oil dealer (140 Milk, B.), bds. 28 Fayette 
March John S., banker (75 State, B.), h.-28 Fayette 
March John S., jr., master mariner, house 113 Auburn 
March Mary J., widow of Albert, house r. 6 Lopez 
March Waldo, salesman (33 South B.), bds. 28 Fayette 
Marchant Leander, glass cutter, boards 1 Second st. ct. 
Marche Daniel, brickmaker, house Vassal lane 
Marcou John B., student H. IT., boards 42 Garden 
Marcou Jules, prof, of Geology, house 42 Garden 
Marcou Philippe B., student H. U., rooms 42 Garden 
Marcy Henry O., physician 690 Main, house do. 
Marcy John H., officer (Custom House, B.), h. 103 Pearl 
Marden A. L., builder, house 48 Pearl 
Marden Ellis W ., clerk (103 Devonshire, B.), bds. 48 Pearl 
Marden William H., painter, house 3 Wallace 
Marden William L., freight clerk B. & M. R. R., house 22 

Pioneer avenue 
Marean George G. Mrs., house 66 Dana 
Marean Joseph H., salesman (9 Chauncy, B.), h. 60 Co- 
lumbia 
Marie Wallace R., bookbinder, house 18 Lawrence 

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272 CAMBRIDGE [J/[] DIRECTORY. 

Marius Giraud, currier, house Harvey, opposite Clay- 
Mark Charles, waiter Prospect House, 598 Main, bds. do. 
Markey Charles A., painter, B. L. & N. R. R. shop, house 

112 Third 
Markey Hugh V., liquors 109 Third, house 109 do. 
Marlori Francis, waiter Memorial Hall, rooms Holmes ph 
Maroney John, telegraph messenger (109 State, B.), bds. 

15 Carson 
Maroney Joanna Mrs., house 15 Carson 
Maroney Mary, widow of James, house 264 Franklin 
Marr Ann, widow, house Willow pi., n. Somerville line 
Marr Ellen Miss, house 99 Pleasant 
Marr Patrick, laborer, house 200 Dublin 
Marr Sarah H. Miss, house 92 Auburn 
Marrah John, blacksmith, boards 68 Brighton 
Marrah John, laborer, house rear 10 Foster 
Marrett Lorenzo, lawyer, Lechmere bank building, Cam- 
bridge, cor. Second, house Highland avenue 
Marrs Charles, carpenter, house 169 Thorndike 
Marrs James W., boards 33 Bigelow 
MARSDEN JAMES, grocer, and dealer in coal and 

wood, 395 Main, house do. 
Marsden Thomas, clerk, 395 Main, house 16 Jay 
Marsh Benjamin F., clerk, 110 Cambridge, h. 37 Fourth 
Marsh Charles S., clerk, 89 Cambridge, cor. Third, boards 

86 Spring 
Marsh James B., boards 92 Sixth 
Marsh John, glassmaker, house 92 Sixth 
Marsh Joseph E., boardinghouse, 176 Harvard 
Marsh Sarah A., widow of George, house 86 Spring 
Marsh W. J. S., wire springmaker Mason & Hamlin 
Marsh Walter R., oiled-clothesmaker, h.rear 150 Prospect 
Marshall Charles, laborer, h. Concord av., n. F. R. R. 
Marshall Frank H. (O. S. Brown & Co.), flour, grain, etc., 

Bridge, cor. East, h. 33 Second 
Marshall George, butcher, h. Cambridge, opp. Distillhouse 
Marshall George W., bootmaker, 43J^ Cambridge, h. do. 
Marshall Jane, widow of Benj., boards 5 Sparks 
Marshall Judson A., carpenter, bds. 65 Mt. Auburn 
Marshall Morton, clerk, 226 North av., bds. at Somerville 
Marshall Nahum, clerk, 157 Harvard, h. 34 Market 
Marshall Truman, newspapers, 52 Clark, house do. 
Marshall Wm. P., billiards (114 Sudbury, B.), house 70 
Prospect 

Marshall Mrs., widow, house rear 6 Lopez 

Marshea James W., watchmaker, 458 Harvard, house Ar- 
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CAMBRIDGE [M] DIRECTORY. 273 

Marshea John D., brassfiuisher (14 Beverly, B.), house 55 

Mt. Auburn 
Marson George, barber, Lyceum bldg., h. 42 Holyoke 
Marsters John M., clergyman, house 1 Orchard 
Marston Charles A., boards 9 Winsor 
Marston Frank E., stationery, toys, fancy goods, etc., 649 

Main, bds. 67 Magazine 
Marston George A., policeman, house 16 Spruce 
Marston George E., coremaker, boards 9 Winsor 
Marston George H., pianokey manfr., 139 Broadway, h. 

104 Hampshire 
Marston George W., foreman Walworth Manuf. Co., 368 

Main, house 9 Winsor 
Martell Edward, laborer, boards 171 Dublin 
Martell Patrick, teamster, house 171 Dublin 
Martin Albert, photographer (43 Winter, B.),bds. 2 River 
Martin Annie Mrs., house 21 Banks 
Martin A., at Revere Sugar Refinery, h. at Somerville 
Martin Chas. H., clerk, 1 Brewer's blk., Brattle sq., house 

at Somerville 
Martin David, brickmaker, h. Dublin, n. brickyard 
Martin Elizabeth V. Mrs. (Mrs. Bradley & Martin), dress 

and cloakmaker, 646 Main, h. do. 
Martin George W., hairdresser, h. 45 Washington 
Martin Horatio, cooper, boards 7 Franklin 
Martin James, porter, 71 Austin, boards do. 
Martin James shoemaker, 80 Brighton, house do. 
MARTIN JAMES, sailmaker (114 Commmercial, B.),h. 

16 Hamilton 
MARTIN JAMES A., sail and tentmaker (114 Commer- 
cial, B.), h. 31 Brooklirie [house do. 
Martin John, boot and shoemaker and repairer, 544 Main, 
Martin John, carpenter, house 17 Brewer 
Martin John, carpenter, bds. Russell, cor. North av. 
Martin John, elothescleaner, h. 54 Washington 
Martin John, waiter, house 45 Washington 
Martin John, teamster, house 14 Watson 
Martin John, wheelwright, Palmer, n. Brattle, bds. do. 
Martin John P., printer, house 432 Broadway 
MARTIN JOSEPH, fur-skin dyer, h. School, cor. Cherry 
Martin Joseph P., teamster, boards 17 Dublin 
Martin Lemuel B., h. 9 Chester, Somerville line 
Martin Martha A. Miss, teacher Thorndike grammar 

school, bds. 53 Third 
Martin Mary, widow of Luke, house 17 Dublin 
Martin Mary A., widow, house rear 41 Clark 
Martin Michael, gilder, h. 2 Long's blk.> r. 134 Broadway 

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274 CAMBRIDGE [Jf] DIRECTORY. 

Martin Michael, laborer, house 22 Grant 
Martin Owen, shoemaker, Harvard sq., r. Lyceum build- 
ing, h. 454 Broadway- 
Martin Peter, tailor, 4 Brattle, rooms 24 Holyoke 
Martin Rhoda Mrs., house 2 River 
Martin Stephen, ironmolder, house 79 Tremont 
Martin Thomas, jigsawyer, boards 52 Union 
Martin Thomas, laborer, house 67 Washington 
Martin Thomas, new and secondhand furniture, 379 Main, 

house 52 Union 
Martin Thomas, machinist, boards 106 Thorndike 
Martin William, currier, house 71 Charles 
Martin Wm. A., hardware (6 Dock sq., B.), h. 2 River 
Martin William H., carriagemaker, 442 Main, boards 31 
Norfolk [Pleasant 

Martin Wm. H., counselor at law, 563 Main, house 14 
Martis Brooks B., milkman, house 59 Putnam av. 
Marvin Joseph H., carpenter, house 44 Sacramento 
Marvin Mary Mrs., house 43 Fairmont 
Marvin Richard T., carpenter, house 35 Fairmont 
Marvin Thomas, carpenter and builder, house Walden, 

near Hubbard avenue 
Marvin William J., carpenter, house 102 Austin 
Mason Albert, thermometer maker, (242 Wash., B.), h. 

Coggswell place 
Mason A. P., student H. U., rooms 2 Divinity Hall 
Mason Charles A., civil engineer, 603 Main, h. Raymond, 

near Linnaean 
Mason Daniel, clerk, (B.), boards 114 North avenue 
Mason Eber L., organmaker G. Woods & Co., house at 
Somerville [South 

Mason Eleanor A., widow of John F., boarding house, 22 
Mason Francis M.,- truant officer, ward 5, house 5 Dover 
Mason Frank, clerk Prospect House, 598 Main, bds. do. 
Mason Frank D., reporter, boards 5 Dover 
Mason Frank E., salesman (52 School, B.), boards W. A. 

Mason's, Raymond, near Linnaean 
Mason French, laborer, boards 55>^ Portland 
Mason Henry (Mason & Hamlin Organ Co.), 162 Broad- 
way, salesroom (154 Tremont, B.), h. at Brookline 
Mason John (Mason & Buffum), bellhanger and locksmith, 

6 Pearl, house at Somerville 
Mason Joseph N. B., carpenter, house 57 Winsor 
Mason Joseph H., brassfinisher, house 13 Pine 
Mason Levi, driver U. R .Co., boards 12 Dunster 
Mason Louisa M. Mrs., house 10 Leighton court 
Mason Mary C, house 298 Harvard 

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CAMBRIDGE [Jf] DIRECTORY. 275 

Mason Newell P. Mrs., house 2 Worcester 
Mason Richard, bootmaker, house 22 Decatur [Brookline 
Mason Samuel B., signal man (B. & A. R. R.), house 89 
MASON WILLIAM A., civil engineer, Hyde's block, 

603 Main, house Raymond, near Linnsean 
Mason Wm. A. jr., civil engineer, 603 Main, boards Wm. 

A Mason's, Raymond, near Linnsean 
MASON & BUFFUM (John Mason and Ferdinand M. 

Buffum), bellhangers and locksmiths, 6 Pearl 
Mason & Hamlin Organ Co., (Henry Mason and Emmons 

Hamlin), Henry Mason, treasurer, cabinet organ 

manuf., 162 Broadway and (154 Tremont, B.) 
Massey Thomas, servant, boards 2 Baldwin place 
Massey William, servant, 21 Kirkland, h. 2 Baldwin place 
Masten Melissa Miss, hairworker (B.), boards 44 Second 
Matchett Clara E. Miss, teacher Webster grammar school, 

boards 99 Austin 
Matchett Louisa G. Miss, teacher Holmes primary school, 

Hilliard, boards 99 Austin 
Matheson Hugh, carpenter, house 11 Eighth 
Matheson John E., carpenter, boards 108 Magazine 
Mathews Abram, laborer, house 104 Harvard 
Mathews Bridget, widow of William, house Harding, near 

Jefferson 
Mathews Eugene H., compositor, house 2 Marvin place 
Mathews James C, clerk, 33 River, boards, 21 Lawrence 
Mathews John W., painter, house 21 Lawrence 
Mathews Thomas H., bookkeeper, 221 Bridge, boards at 

Boston [rence 

Mathews William P., shoemaker, 578 Main, house 21 Law- 
Mathiew Alphonse, liquors (142 Portland, B.), house rear 

426 Cambridge 
Mattes Carl, lagerbeer, 8 Brighton, bds. Joseph Gr. Wie- 

land's Harvard, corner Trowbridge 
Matthes Henry W., watchmaker, boards 42 Pine 
Matthes William H., brassfinisher, boards 42 Pine 
Matthews Mason J., inventor Mason & Hamlin 
Matthews Robert W., actionmaker Mason & Hamlin 
Matthews Richard, house 28 Lee 

Matthews Richard S., teller National Bank of the Com- 
monwealth (Water, cor. Devonshire, B.), house 308 

Harvard 
Matthews William, brassfinisher, house 116 Spring 
Matti Napoleon, currier, boards 440 North avenue 
Maurer Hiranimus, brassfinisher (B.), house 181 Dublin 
Maugh Gottlab, cabinetmaker, house Munroe, near Third 
Maxim D. H., carpenter, rooms 20 Holyoke 

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276 CAMBRIDGE [J[] DIRECTORY. 

May George R., chewinggura manuf., house 118 Magazine 

May James, baker, house 94 Spring 

May James, woodturner, house 128 Winsor 

May John E., com. mer. (67 Commercial whf., B.), house 

Highland, near Reservoir 
Mayberry Elijah N., traveling agent, boards 20 Avon 
Mayers Aaron B., carpenter, house Chestnut, cor. Sidney 
Mayers John L., carpenter, house Sidney, near Chestnut 
Mayhew Benj. F., tinsmith, house 192 Norfolk 
Maynard Abel, house 18 Winsor 

Maynard Eben W., hats, caps, etc., 571 Main, h. 144 Pearl 
Maynard E. William, passenger inspector IT. R. Co., house 

22 Lake 
Maynard Franklin, peddler rubber cement (42 F. H. sq„ 

B.), house 18 Eliot 
Maynard Gideon Mrs., house 6 Daniels court 
Maynard George C, salesman (153 Summer, B.), boards 

6 Daniels court 
Maynard Henry O., foreman stereotype room John Wilson 

& Son, house 9 Gerry 
Maynard Herbert F., clerk, 452 Havard, bds. 9 Gerry 
Maynard John W., clerk, 571 Main, boards 144 Pearl 
Maynard Moses A., provisions, 147 North av., house 19 

Putnam avenue 
Maynard Thomas F., tilesetter, boards 18 Eliot 
Mayo Zoeth S., locksmith, house 31 Hewes 
Maytum Daniel, silversmith, house 2 Village 
McAdoo William, laborer, house Garden street court 
McAleer Catherine, widow of Patrick, house 912 Main 
McAleer John J., brushmaker, 12 Gore, h. rear 57 Charles 
McAleer Peter, laborer, house 93 Webster avenue 
McAllister Dennis, laborer, house 49 Hampshire 
McAllister William, shoemaker, 144 Bridge, house do. 
McAloney John W. (Isaac W. Bailey & Co.), carpenter, 

88 Auburn, house 32 Kinnaird 
McAmis Thomas, cardriver, boards 204 Hampshire . 
McAnaul Thomas, shoemaker, 444 Cambridge, h. 84 Elm 
McArdle Constantine, laborer, house 17 Donnell 
McArthur Alexander, carpenter, house Hunting 
McArthur Cornelius, carpenter and builder McDonald, h. 

at Belmont 
McAskill Peter, hackdriver, 904 Main, house 8 Grant 
McAulay Aulay, harnessmaker, 442 Main, h. 49 River 
McAulay James F., clerk, boards 41 River 
McAuliffe Daniel, laborer, house 132 Webster avenue 
McAuliffe Jeremiah, laborer, house 131 Webster avenue 
McAvoy Benjamin, laborer, house 159 Columbia 

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CAMBRIDGE [M] DIRECTORY. 277 

McAvoy Thomas, laborer, house 198 Norfolk 
McBaron Arm, widow of Thomas, house rear 36 Gore 
McBaron Dennis, laborer, house Garden street court 
McBey William, foreman Cambridge Chronicle, 573 Main, 

house at Somerville 
McBride Archibald, tinsmith, house 108 Third 
McBride Bridget, widow, house Willow place 
McBride Charles, laborer, bds. J. McBride's, Concord av. 
McBride Edward, hostler, house 36 Cambridge 
McBride Henry, vegetable peddler, house rear 13 Vine 
McBride James, laborer, house Concord av., n. F. R. R. 
McBride John, teamster, house rear 13 Vine 
McCabe Annie Miss, station agent F. R. R. Fresh Pond 

station, bds. Mrs. Mary McCabe's, Concord av. 
McCabe Barney, upholsterer, house Willow place 
McCabe James, peddler, house Willow place 
McCabe James, upholsterer, house Willow place 
McCabe James P., printer, boards 10 South 
McCabe Mary, widow of Michael, house rear Concord av., 

near F. R. R. 
McCabe Patrick, barrel dealer, house 180 Winsor 
McCabe Patrick, laborer, house 63 Bolton 
McCabe Samuel, laborer, house 52 North 
McCabe Terrence, laborer, house 6 Blair place 
McCafferty John, laborer, house 105 Third 
McCafferty John EL, brassfounder, house 3 State 
McCaffrey Bridget, widow of Archibald, house 1 Harri- 

man's block, 114 Broadway 
McCaffrey Catharine, widow of Murphy, groceries, 123 

Fourth, house do. 
McCaffrey Felix H., agent, house rear 170 Norfolk 
McCaffrey Hugh, harnessmaker, house 197 Hampshire 
McCaffrey James, carpenter, h. Hunting, cor. Cambridge 
McCaffrey John, laborer, boards 40 Brookline 
McCaffrey Patrick F., molder, h. rear 28 Washington 
McCaffrey Philip, teamster, house 5 Conlon's court 
McCall Thomas, silverpolisher (384 Washington, B.), 

boards 195 Mt. Auburn 
McCallar Daniel C, bookkeeper (45 Kilby, B.), boards 

320 North avenue 
McCallar George M., salesman (51 Hanover, B.), boards 

320 North avenue [North av. 

McCallar John P., millinery (11 Summer, B.), boards 320 
McCallar Louisa F. Mrs., widow, h. 320 North avenue 
McCalvey Frank F., clerk, junc. Brattle and Brighton, 

house 99 Green 
McCalvy James Mrs., house 99 Green 

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278 CAMBRIDGE Qf] DIRECTORY. 

McCann Bridget Miss, house rear 23 Fifth 

McCann Eliza, widow, house 2 Lawrence 

McCann Hannah, widow, house 192 Norfolk 

McCann John, tailor, Palmer, n. Brattle, bds. 48 Brighton 

McCarron Edward, teamster, house 19 Carson 

McCart James, laborer, house Willow place 

McCart John F., teamster, house 128 Bridge 

McCart Terrence, laborer, house rear 15 Vine 

McCarthy Alexander, stonecutter, house 195 Hampshire 

McCarthy Catherine, widow of John, house rear 25 Cow- 

perthwait 
McCarthy Catherine, widow of Timothy, h. 208 Franklin 
McCarthy Charles, laborer, house 128 Bridge 
McCarthy Charles, laborer, house 41 Rice 
McCarthy Daniel, laborer, house 190 Bridge 
McCarthy Daniel, blacksmith, 368 Main, h. 31 Webster av. 
McCarthy Daniel, grocer, 163 Bridge, house do. 
McCarthy Daniel, laborer, house 112 Kinnaird 
McCarthy Daniel, teamster, house 73 Third 
McCarthy Daniel E., coremaker, house 86 Franklin 
McCarthy Dennis, shoemaker, house rear 77 Elm 
McCarthy Dennis, stonecutter, house 102 Third 
McCarthy Dennis D., constable and glassmaker, house 

Seventh street court 
McCarthy Ellen, widow, house 57 North 
McCarthy Eugene, painter (B.), house 102 Main 
McCarthy Florence, pressman, house Flagg, n. Banks 
McCarthy James, tailor (400 Wash., B.), h. 112 Gore 
McCarthy John, confectioner, 175 Cambridge, house do. 
McCarthy John, dry goods, 72 Spruce, house do. 
McCarthy John, tailor, 216 Cambridge, house 1 Eighth 
McCarthy John, carver 77 Main, boards at Boston 
McCarthy John F., clerk (40 High, B.), bds. 15 Clark 
McCarthy John R., plumber, 19 Brattle, bds. Appleton 
McCarthy Margaret Mrs., house rear 6 East 
McCarthy Mary, widow, house 26 Vine 
McCarthy Mary F., widow of Francis, house 15 Clark 
McCarthy Mary, widow of Daniel, h. 86 Franklin 
McCarthy Maurice, laborer, house 6 Lech mere place 
McCarthy Michael, cooper, house rear 184 Gore 
McCarthy Michael, lagerbeer, 34 Cambridge, house do. 
McCarthy Michael, potter A. H. Hews & Co. 
McCarthy Patrick, laborer Geo. Wright, boards Franklin, 

corner Jordan 
McCarthy Patrick, 2d, laborer, bds. 6 Lechmere place 
McCarthy Patrick, 3d, laborer, boards 6 Lechmere place 
McCarthy Patrick, laborer, house 6 Lechmere place 

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CAMBRIDGE Qj[] DIRECTORY. 279 

McCarthy Patrick, laborer, house McCabe 
McCarthy Patrick, laborer, h. rear 22 Grant 
McCartney William J., iron roller, house 231 Broadway 
McCarty Annie, widow of Michael, house 48 Foster 
McCarty Callahan, stonecutter, house rear 29 Harvard 
McCarty Carberry, bookbinder, house 6 Watson 
McCarty Catherine, widow, house 18 Lopez 
McCarty Charles J., clerk 32 Cambridge, bds. 6 North 
McCarty Charles J., laborer, bds. J. McCarty's, Harvey 
McCarty Daniel, gate tender L. R. R., bds. 18 Gore 
McCarty Daniel, laborer, house 31 Webster av. 
McCarty Dennis, laborer, house 32 North 
McCarty Dennis, laborer, house 4 Third 
McCarty Dennis, stonecutter, house 102 Third 
McCarty Eugene, baker F. A. Kennedy, bds. 57 Amory 
McCarty Eugene, laborer, house 6 Watson 
McCarty Jeremiah, teamster, house 329 Main 
McCarty Jeremiah, tailor, house 6 Reed 
McCarty Jeremiah, at N. E. Glass Co.'s, house 1 Line- 
fa an's block, Third 
McCarty John, currier, h. Harvey, cor. Montgomery 
McCarty John, gardener, house Appleton, near Sparks 
McCarty, John, laborer, house 156 Green 
McCarty John, laborer, house rear 189 Hampshire 
McCarty John, machinist, house 51 Washington 
McCarty John, jr., laborer, boards rear 189 Hampshire 
McCarty John A., bricklayer, boards 6 Watson 
McCarty Julia, widow of Jeremiah, h. 184 Spruce 
McCarty Margaret, widow of James, house 18 Gore 
McCarty Margaret, widow, house 124 Webster av. 
McCarty Mary, widow of Dennis, house 192 Bridge 
McCarty Mary, widow of John, house 57 Amory 
McCarty Michael, engineer G. Woods & Co., h. 10 Lopez 
McCarty Michael, laborer, house 20 Antrim 
McCarty Michael A., at Wood's organ factory, h. 18 Lopez 
McCarty Patrick, laborer, house 28 Winsor 
McCarty Patrick, laborer, house 2 Washington 
McCarty Patrick, teamster, house 49 North 
McCarty Thomas, canvasser, house 182 Green 
McCarty Timothy, laborer, house 137 Elm 
McCarty Timothy, laborer, h. rear 159 Broadway 
McCarty Timothy, laborer, house 120 Webster avenue 
McCarty Timothy, molder, house 12 Harrison 
McCarty William, iron worker, house 193 Plymouth 
McCarty William, tailor, house 6 Antrim 
McCarvill James, house 25 Cedar 
McCarville Bridget, widow of James, house 19 West 

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280 CAMBRIDGE []\{] DIRECTORY. 

McCarville James, glasscutter, house 19 West 
McCarville Owen, glasscutter, boards 19 West 
McCaughey Arthur, in tube works (Soraerville), house 4 

Baldwin court [Coggswell av. 

McCaughin John, ice tool maker, 168 North av., house 45 
McCaul Jane, widow, house rear 20 Antrim 
McCaw Henry, confectioner, house 67 Moore 
McClary David N., policeman, house 66 Thorndike 
McClellan James, teamster, house 81 Brighton 
McClellan John, bookkeeper, boards 24 Howard 
McClellan John, stonecutter, bds. Mt. Auburn, cor. Lowell 
McClellan Lawrence, laborer, h. rear 79 Brighton [ville 
McClennahan John, blacksmith, r. 37 Gore, bds. at Somer- 
McClennan William, watchman, house 33 Washington 
McCloskey Andrew, carpenter, house 4 Foster's blk., Main 
McCloskey Bridget, widow of Michael, house 52 Fifth 
McCloskey Hugh, carpenter, Bridge, n. Cambridge, house 

rear 73 Cambridge 
McCloskey James B., clerk (Summer, B.), bds. 52 Fifth 
McCloskey John, laborer, house 8 Lincoln 
McCloskey Patrick, brass m older, house 83 Fifth 
McCloskey Peter, clerk, 164 Cambridge, bds. 52 Fifth 
McCloskey Thomas, supt. Boston Chemical Works, Cam- 
bridge, near Portland, house Vinal av., Somerville 
McCloskey William, carpenter, house 7 Cowperthwait 
McClure Edward W., cabinet maker, h. 186 Hampshire 
McClure J. L., case maker Mason & Hamlin 
McClure Manley W., clerk (5 Custom House St., B.), bds. 

212)^ North avenue 
McClure Margaret Miss, fruit and confectionery, 72 Cam 

bridge, boards 53 do. 
McColgan Fanny, widow, house 119 Third 
McColgan Neal, laborer, boards 1 Athens 
McComb Thomas, slater, house 8 Antrim 
McConkey John D., student Episcopal Theological school, 

rooms 13 Lawrence Hall 
McConnell Daniel, peddler, house 70 Spruce 
McConnell Thodora Louisa, widow of Andrew, house 

47 Spruce 
McConnell Thomas, laborer, house Warren, n. Cambridge 
McConwell Patrick, laborer, house 7 Lopez 
McCool Catherine, widow of Thomas, h. r. 211 Franklin 
McCoole John, brickmason, boards rear 178 Green 
McCoole Michael, brickmason, house rear 178 Green 
McCoole Michael, jr., carpenter, boards rear 178 Green 
McCoole Patrick, carpenter, boards rear 178 Green 
McCooney Michael, laborer, h. Warren, n. Cambridge 



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CAMBRIDGE [Jf] DIRECTORY. 281 

McCord Bernard, glassmake'r N. E. Glass Co., boards 139 

Cambridge 
McCord Elizabeth, seamstress, boards 139 Cambridge 
McCord James, glassmaker N. E. Glass Co., boards 139 

Cambridge 
McCormic Bernard J., boards 1 Sixth 
McCormic James A., house 14 Winter 
McCormick Bridget, grocer, 349 Main, house 345 do. 
McCormick Edmund, slater, basement 622 Main, house 

158 Green 
McCormick Elizabeth, widow of Wm., house 197 Dublin 
McCormick Henry, potter, house 49 Cedar 
McCormick James, laborer, house Tuttle, cor. Donnell 
McCormick James, laborer, house 19 Beaver 
McCormick James, jr., laborer, bds. J. McCormick's, Tuttle 
McCormick James E., engineer, boards 19 School 
McCormick John, baker, 34 Fourth, boards do. 
McCormick John, boilermaker, house 19 School 
McCormick John, laborer Eastern R. R., h. 15 Second 
McCormick John, plumber, boards 2>£ Dailey alley 
McCormick John J., boilermaker, boards 19 School 
McCormick Joseph, clerk, 57 Cambridge, h. 15 Second 
McCormick Mary, widow of Richard, h. 2^ Dailey alley 
McCormick Michael, stonecutter, house Mt. Auburn, opp. 

cemetery [11 Squire's court 

McCormick Patrick J., weigher J. P. Squire & Co., house 
McCormick Richard, bricklayer, boards 11 Squire's court 
McCormick William, potter, house 197 Dublin 
McCorry John, buttermaker, boards 3 Hamilton 
McCorry John, watchman, house 123 Brookline 
McCortle James, laborer, house rear 65 Spring 
McCourt Ann, widow of Patrick, house 22 Carson 
McCourt Catherine Miss, clerk Wm. Wright, boards 13 

Dunster [perthwait 

McCourt Charles, printer J. Wilson & Son, h. 35 Cow- 
McCourt John, coachman, house 16 Brown 
McCourt William, painter, 17 Brattle, h. 193 Mt. Auburn 
McCowan John, blacksmith, boards 45 Coggswell avenue 
McCoy Frank, painter, boards 18 Rockwell 
McCoy James, carpenter, boards 129 Spring 
McCoy John, gaslitter, 18 Brattle, boards 83 Brattle 
McCoy Thomas H., pressman, boards 83 Brattle 
McCoy William, laborer, house 10 Somerset 
McCoy William, tailor, 31 Brattle sq., house 83 Brattle 
McCracken James, stonecutter, house 18 Willard 
McCrady John, naturalist and Professor of Zoology H. 

U., house 61 Ellery 

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282 CAMBRIDGE [M] DIRECTORY. 

McCreghan John, laborer, house 147 Dublin 
McCrehan Jeremiah, brick mnfr., Dublin, h. 54 Spruce 
McCristal (Catherine, widow of James, house Jefferson, 

near Harding 
McCrudden James, molder, house 14 Warren 
McCue Charles, molder, boards 21 School 
McCue Cornelius, molder, boards 21 School 
McCue Dennis, laborer, house Hunting, n. Cambridge 
McCue Thomas, laborer, house 178 Franklin 
McCue Thomas, molder, house 21 School 
McCue Thomas, peddler, house Porter, near Harding 
McCue Thomas F., lettercarrier, 625 Main, house 197 

Hampshire 
McCue Timothy, brassfinisher, boards 21 School 
McCuen William, laborer, house 39 Charles 
McCulloch Charles, stereotypefinisher, bds. 14 Mt. Auburn 
McCulloch Emily Mrs., house 14 Mt. Auburn 
McCulloch John, junk, house 118 Columbia 
McCulloch Samuel, drain and sewer contractor, Harvard, 

cor. Winsor, house 125 Austin 
McCullock Barney, hostler, Main, opp. Pearl, bds. Winsor 
McCullock Frank, teamster, house 27 Webster avenue 
McCullow Frank, driver U. R. Co., h. 27 Webster av. 
McCullow George, driver U. R. Co., bds. 27 Webster av. 
McCurdy James,, paperhanger, boards 10 Vine 
McCurdy Mary Ann, widow, boards 10 Vine 
McDaniel Samuel W., superintendent John P. Squire & 

Co.'s provision warehouse, Gore, house 69 Dana 
McDermott Edward, carriagesmith, 11 Church, house 25 

Sparks street place 
McDermott Edward, laborer, house 25 Sparks st. place 
McDermott Edward J., student H. U., boards 4 Centre 
McDermott Ella, widow, house 115 Elm 
McDermott Frank, laborer, house 157 Winsor 
McDermott James, laborer, house 139 Elm 
McDermott John, cooper, 138 Gore, bds. at E. Boston 
McDermott John, tailor (B.), house 24 Fifth 
McDermott Kate, dressmaker, 8 Harvard square, boards 

25 Sparks street place 
McDermott Patrick, plumber (Devonshire, cor. State, B.), 

house 13 Fourth 
McDermott Patrick G., musicteacher, boards 24 Fifth 
McDermott Thomas, grocer, 155 Columbia, h. 159 do. 
McDermott Thomas, laborer, house 91 Tremont 
McDevitt Edward, blacksmith, Palmer, house Cambridge, 

near Prospect 
McDevitt Robert J., cooper, 138 Gore, bds. So. Boston 

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CAMBRIDGE [$[] DIRECTORY. 283 

McDivitt Thomas C.,law student H. U., rooms 18 Putnam 

avenue 
McDonald Alexander, blacksmith, house 114 Winsor 
McDonald Alexander, marble and granite works, Mount 

Auburn, opp. cemetery, house at Belmont 
McDonald Andrew D., carpenter, h. Ninth, n. Cambridge 
McDonald Angus, tailor, 567 Main, house 46 Prospect 
McDonald Catherine, widow of Duncan, h. 24 Harvard 
McDonald Charles H., laborer, house 55^ Portland 
McDonald Daniel, stairbuilder, house 18 Harvard 
McDonald Daniel, laborer, house 43 Vine 
McDonald Felix, laborer, house 2)£ Dailey alley 
McDonald Hannah, widow, house 6 Lopez 
McDonald James, laborer, house 152 Green 
McDonald James, laborer, house 21 Donnell 
McDonald James, laborer,. house 123 Third 
McDonald Jane, widow, house 58 Elm 
McDonald John, carpenter, house 3 Pettengill's court 
McDonald John, laborer, house Willow pi., n. Cambridge 
McDonald John, laborer, house 29 Reed, near Belmont 
McDonald John, laborer, house Porter, near Harding 
McDonald John, stonemason, house 24 Somerset 
McDonald Joseph, laborer, house Third, near Broadway 
McDonald Martin, laborer, house 105 Kinnaird 
McDonald Mary A. Mrs., house 46 Fifth 
McDonald Matthew, planer, house 51 Vine [ward 19 

McDonald Michael, blacksmith, 356 Main, h. at Boston, 
McDonald Michael, mason, house 16 Bolton 
McDonald Murdock, seaman, house rear 68 Second 
McDonald Patrick, farmer, house 180 Dublin 
McDonald Patrick, laborer, house 18 Clay 
McDonald Patrick, laborer, house Porter, near "Warren 
McDonald Patrick, laborer, house 90 Fifth 
McDonald Patrick, boards rear 53 Vine 
McDonald Patrick H., britannia worker, house 131 Third 
McDonald Patrick R., house 109 Winsor 
McDonald Philip, glasscutter, boards 55 Winter 
McDonald Thomas, painter, house 126 Brookline 
McDonald Thomas, wharf contractor, house r. 53 Vine 
McDonald William A., bookkeeper (509 Medford, Chas'n), 

house 94 Fourth 
McDonald Winnie, widow of Stephen, h. 12 Walnut 
McDONNELL JAIVJES, tailor, 448 Harvard, h. Banks, 

corner Mt. Auburn 
McDonnely Philip, laborer, house Willow place 
McDonnough Cornelius, junk dealer, house Hunting, near 

Cambridge 

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284 CAMBRIDGE [}{] DIRECTORY. 

McDonnough Patrick, laborer, house 10 Harrison 
McDonnough William, teamster, house 8 Maynard place 
McDonough John, laborer, house 29 Harvey 
McDonough John, laborer, boards 28 Vine 
McDonough Peter, laborer, house 28 Vine 
McDonough Thomas, laborer, boards rear 34 Charles 
McDowell James H., restaurant, 469 Main, h. 463 Main 
McDowell John, stairbuilder, house 110 Tremont 
McDowell Samuel, laborer, house rear Cambridge, near 

chemical works 
McDowell William, laborer, house rear 23 Fifth 
McDuffie Ellen Miss, dressmaker, house 18 Kinnaird 
McDuffie John, house 153 Brookline 
McEleney Cornelius, varnisher, house 109 Gore 
McElerney Bernard, shoemaker, house 23 Donnell 
McElerney Edward, boards 23 Donnell 
McElhaney Hugh, paver, house Warren 
McElhaney John, laborer, house Porter, near Harding 
McElhaney Patrick, laborer, bds. M. Gallagher's, Harvey 
McP^lhinney Alexander, glassmaker, boards 28 Dock 
MeEllroy William, confectioner, 440 Harvard, house 18 

Shepard 
McElroy Ann, widow of Patrick, house rear 180 Main 
McElroy Daniel, laborer, house 19 Carson 
McElroy Edward B., glassmaker, house 49 Fifth 
McElroy Elizabeth, widow, house McCabe 
McElroy Francis G., building mover, house 133 Third 
McElroy Frank G., carpenter, house 212 Bridge 
McElroy Hugh, glassblower, 137 Bridge, h. at Somerville 
McElroy Hugh, grease collector, house rear 58 Charles 
McElroy James, laborer, house rear 180 Main 
McElroy James, laborer, house 128 Hampshire 
McElroy Joseph, bartender, 1 Vine, boards 5 Vine 
McElroy Matthew, cooper, 18 Vine, boards 23 Vine 
McElroy Patrick, house 103 Fourth 

McElroy Patrick J., glassblower, 137 Bridge, h. 21 Fourth 
McElroy Peter, glassblower, 137 Bridge, h. at Charlestown 
McElroy William, carpenter, house 16 Vine 
McElroy William, glassmaker, boards 4 Water 
McElwain Charles, cabinetmaker, Bridge, n. Cambridge, 

boards 128 Bridge 
McElwain James, cabinetmaker, boards 31 Winter 
McFadden John, laborer, house 263 Mt. Auburn 
McFadden Rosana, widow, house 170 Norfolk 
McFadden Samuel, family hotel, 41 Cedar 
McFadden Stephen, fireman gas house, h. 261 Franklin 
McFadden William, carpenter, h. 500 Cambridge 

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CAMBRIDGE [$[] DIRECTORY. 285 

McFall David, clergyman, house 90 Fourth 
McFarland James, bootmaker, North av., n. Porter's sta- 
tion, h. at Somerville 
McFarland James B., carpenter, h. 66 Webster av. 
McFarland Jane, widow of George, h. Ill Putnam av. 
McFarland John, at M. & H. Organ Co., bds. 99 Wash. 
McFarland John, laborer, house 22 Foster 
McFarlane John, casemaker Mason & Hamlin, boards 49 
Clark [29 Winter 

McFeely John, glassblower N". E. Glass Co., house rear 
McFeely Patrick, shoemaker, 91 Main, boards 2 Foster's 

block, rear 87 Main 
McGaffigan Michael, laborer, 153 Brattle, boards do. 
McGahey Henry, bricklayer, boards 126 Third 
McGahey John, mason, house 126 Third 
McGallan Dennis, laborer, house 2 Lech mere place 
McGaw Henry, confectionery, h. rear 67 Moore 
McGee Daniel, laborer, house Carson, corner Gore 
McGee John, painter, house 122 Webster avenue 
McGee Patrick, soapmaker, house 89 Elm 
McGeoch Alexander, house 87 Washington 
McGinley Edward, grocer, 171 Bridge, bds. do. 
McGinley Francis, carpenter, boards 171 Bridge 
McGinley James, baker, house 86 Elm 
McGinley Patrick, shoemaker, house 171 Bridge 
McGinley Samuel, bricklayer, house 303 Cambridge 
McGinn James, cooper, 18 Vine, house at E. Boston 
McGinn Michael, glasshouse (Somerville), h. 106 Web- 
ster avenue 
McGinness George M., tailor, house 184 Bridge 
McGinness Robert, tailor, 239 Cambridge, c. Carson, h. do. 
McGinness Hugh, hostler, house 10 Vine 
McGinnis Hugh, upholsterer, house 110 Tremont 
McGinnis Mary, widow of Bernard, h. Hunting 
McGinnis Margaret, house Derby lane 
McGinnis Michael, tailor, house Hunting 
McGinnis Michael, stonecutter, house rear 176 Green 
McGirr Francis F., goldbeater (16 Harvard pi., B.), house 

91 Third 
McGimey John, brassmolder, house 50 Spring 
McGlashan Alexander, machinist, h. 7 Hannum's block, 

rear 114 Broadway 
McGlinchey Andrew, bookbinder, house 1 Athens 
McGlinchey Eliza, widow of Patrick, h. 71 Brighton 
McGlinchy James, laborer, house 92 Fifth 
McGlinn Catherine, widow of Daniel, h. 228 Bridge 
McGolrick Daniel, glassblower, house 41 Charles 

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286 CAMBRIDGE [}{] DIRECTORY. 

McGouna Michael, teamster, house 105 Fourth 

McGovern Ann, widow of Lawrence, h. 51 Vine 

McGovern James, house 23 Carson 

McGovern James, laborer, house 8 Mullin's court 

McGovern John, laborer, house rear 123 Spring 

McGovern John B., fishdealer, h. 201 Cambridge 

McGovern Mary, widow of Frank, h. 23 Carson 

McGovern Philip, laborer, h. Warren, n. Gore 

McGowan Michael, bootmaker, house 61 Hampshire 

McGowan William, laborer, house 17 South 

McGrane James A., at G. Woods & Co., bds. 161 Franklin 

McGrane Patrick, teamster, 622 Main, h. 161 Franklin 

McGrath Daniel, laborer, house 17 Pine 

McGrath Edward, stonemason, h. 7 Flagg court 

McGrath John, engineer, house 488 Cambridge 

McGrath Lawrence, gardener Dr. Fletcher, bds. do. 

McGrath Michael, laborer, house Warren 

McGrath Michael, teamster Otis S. Brown & Co., house 

95 Gore 
McGrath Patrick, cooper, 138 Gore, bds. at E. Boston 
McGrath Peter, gardener, 111 North av., bds. do. 
McGrath Thomas, laborer, house 10 Warren 
McGregor John W., carver, house 107 Hampshire 
McGruder Patrick, confectioner, house 68 Harvard 
McGue Thomas, teamster, house 150 Bridge 
McGuigen Patrick, laborer, h. r. Concord av., n. F. R. R. 
McGuire Charles, laborer, house 53 Fourth 
McGuire Frank, varnisher, house 26 School street ct. 
McGuire John, grocer, 365 Cambridge, house do. 
McGuire John, laborer, h. r. Concord av., n. F. R. R. 
McGuire John, laborer, h. Warren, near Cambridge 
McGuire John, rope maker, boards D. Co wen's, Belmont 
McGuire Michael, laborer, house rear 55 Amory 
McGuire Thomas, laborer, house 10 Willard court 
McGuire Thomas, stonecutter, h. 2 Foster's block, rear 

87 Main 
McGunnigle James, carriagesmith, house 179 Main 
McGurk Hugh, grocer, Harding, near Porter, house do. 
McGurk James, grocer, Hampshire, cor. Webster avenue, 

house do. 
McGurk John, laborer, house 12 Webster avenue 
McGurk Matthew, shoemaker, 23 Vine, house do. 
McGurk Patrick, clerk, house 1 Webster avenue 
McGurk Terence, laborer, house Jefferson, near Harding 
McHugh Frank, marbleworker, 19 Main, bds. at Boston 
McHugh John, laborer, 108 North av., boards do. 
Mcllvain Benjamin, tinman, house 8 Rockwell 

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CAMBRIDGE [Jf] DIRECTORY. 287 

Mclntire Amelia A., widow of Ebenezer, house 70 Otis 
Mclntire Cbarles J., counselor at law, 53 Fourth and (242 

Washington, B.), house 70 Otis 
Mclntire Ezra T., baker, 79 and 184 Cambridge, h. 79 do. 
Mclntire Thomas, clerk Police Court, house 117 Inman 
Mclntire Thomas, jr., carriagepainter, boards 117 Inman 
Mcintosh E. D., tinman, boards 5 Rockwell 
Mcintosh George, carriagesmith, 376 Main, h. 25 State 
Mcintosh Hugh, woodturner, house 114 Harvard 
Mcintosh James, sawyer, boards 114 Harvard 
Mcintosh John, laborer, house 15 Brown 
Mcintosh John C, carpenter, house rear 58 Thorndike 
Mclntyre Alex, carpenter, house 69 Spring 
Mclntyre William W., printer (21 Court, B.), h. 12 Eliot 
McKay Alexander, carpenter, house 12 Eliot 
McKay Chisholm, paper carrier, house 15 Eighth 
McKay Daniel, laborer, house 19 Murdock 
McKay Gordon, president the Blake Hose Co. (40 Pearl, 

B.), boards 24 Arrow 
McKay James, machinist, house 23 Hamilton 
McKay John, jr., machinist, boards 55 Putnam avenue 
McKay John C., shoemaker, house 15 Eighth 
McKay Jonathan, slater, house 8 Willard court 
McKay Margaret A., house 130 Spring 
McKay Minnie L., teacher Allston grammar school, room 

5, boards 16 Prospect [Thorndike 

McKay Roderick, carriagesmith, 4 Cambridge, house 62 
McKaye Henry G., student H. U., rooms 3 Holyoke House 
McKaye Maria E., widow, teacher (B.), bds. 69 Brattle 
McKeaver Eliza Miss, house 64 Brighton 
McKeaver Mary A., widow of Edward, h. 14 Somerset 
McKee George, potter A. H. Hews & Co., boards J. Mc- 

Kee's, Crescent avenue 
McKee James, potter at A. H. Hews pottery, h. near do. 
McKeen Benjamin P., clerk, 529 Main, house 9 Hamilton 
McKee ver William, constable, house 56 Winter 
McKellegate Patrick, wheelwright, house 267 Cambridge 
McKellegate William, saloon, 267 Cambridge, house do. 
McKenley Frank, painter, house 102 Kinnaird 
McKenna Ann Mrs., house Porter, near Warren 
McKenna Edward E., carpenter, house 65 Spruce 
McKenna Hugh, carpenter, house Willow place 
McKenna Hugh, machinist, house 120 Webster avenue 
McKenna James, buttermaker, boards 91 Brookline 
McKenna James, teamster, house 114 Spring 
McKenna James, wireworker, house 451 Cambridge 
McKenna John, blacksmith, house 174 Winsor 

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,288 CAMBRIDGE [Jf] DIRECTORY. 

McKenna John, brushmaker, house 122 Third 
McKenna John, helper, house 116 Brookline 
McKenna John, laborer, house Porter near Warren 
McKenna John, teamster (charcoal), house 111 Spring 
McKenna Owen, laborer, house Warren, cor. Porter 
McKenna Patrick, watchman, house 123 Third 
McKenna Peter, laborer, house 40 Gore 
McKenna Richard, house 63 Brookline [12 Elmer 

McKenney Charles II., foreman N. N. Stickney & Co., h. 
McKenney Patrick, carpenter, house 17 Maynard place 
McKenzie Alexander, copperplate printer, house 128 River 
McKenzie Alexander, pastor First Church in Cambridge \ 

house 12 Garden 
McKenzie George F., constable, house 122 Spring 
McKenzie James C, boards 128 River 
McKenzie James K., blacksmith, 496 Main, house 512 do. 
McKenzie John, carpenter B. & L. R. R., bds. 133 Spring 
McKenzie Roderick, carpenter, h. McCabe, n. Cambridge 
McKeon Edward J., boards 20 Webster avenue 
McKeon James, barrel dealer, house 20 Webster avenue 
McKeown James, laborer, house 10 Pine 
McKeown John, house 31 Seventh 
McKinner Edward, carpenter, house 117 Pleasant 
McKinnon Charles E. (Kelley & McKinnon), carpenter, 

house 58 Columbia 
McKinzie John R., printer, house 139 Brookline 
McKnight George, teamster, boards 127 Prospect 
McKusick Alfred E., confectioner, 503 Main, bds. 12 Pearl 
McKusick Amasa A. (B. P. Clark & Co.), confectioner 

and cigar manuf., 503 Main, h. Lake View av. 
McKusick El wood L., foreman, 503 Main, bds. 12 Pearl 
McKusick Leroy P. C, trav. salesman, 503 Main, house 

499 do. 
McKusick Royal, tinpeddler, h. Oak, near Cambridge 
McLanathan Bradford, painter, house 56 Sacramento 
McLanathan Bradford M., painter, bds. 56 Sacramento 
McLane Archer, carpenter, house 504 Cambridge 
McLane Archibald, varnisher, house 13 Walnut ct. 
McLane Charles, laborer, boards 133 Spring 
McLane Daniel, carpenter, h. McCabe, n. Cambridge 
McLane George, carpenter, boards 29 Cherry 
McLane James A. (J. A. McLane & Co.), 125 Cambridge, 

boards at Somerville 
McLane John, laborer, house 61 Brighton 
McLane John, laborer, house Sibley court 
McLane J. A. & Co. (James A. McLane and M. Dudley), 

billposters, 125 Cambridge 

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CAMBRIDGE [}{] DIRECTORY. 289 

McLane Martha, widow of Richard, boarding, 68 Bright- 
on, house do. 
McLane Nancy, widow of William, house 63 Gore 
McLaughlin Arthur C, painter, house 41 Somerset 
McLaughlin James, barreldealer, h. 180 Hampshire 
McLaughlin James, cabinetmaker Worcester Bros., house 

16K Mill 
McLaughlin John (Thos. F. and John McLaughlin), gro- 
cer, 16 Vine, boards do. 
McLaughlin John, slater, house 22 Decatur 
McLaughlin Joseph A., brushmaker, h. 91 Sixth 
McLaughlin M annus, carpenter, house 5 Madison 
McLaughlin Mary, widow of John, house 4 Vine 
McLaughlin Mary, widow of William, house 1 Sixth 
McLaughlin Martin, laborer, house 17 Winter 
McLaughlin Michael, laborer, house Jefferson 
McLaughlin Michael, stonecutter, h. 37 Washington 
McLaughlin Patrick H., machinist, h. 94 Tremont 
McLaughlin Thomas, laborer, h. Porter, n. Warren 
McLaughlin Thomas F. (Thos. F. and John McLaugh- 
lin), groceries, 16 Vine, h. do. 
McLaughlin Thomas F. and John, grocers, 16 Vine 
McLaughlin William, clerk (B.), boards 4 Vine 
McLaughlin William H., boards 1 Sixth 
McLean Chas., icedealer, Drivers Union (48 State, B.), 

boards 34 Second 
McLean Isaac, carpenter, h. 5 Rice 

McLellan Peter, wheelwright, 4 Cambridge, bds. at Boston 
McLennan Francis, student H. XL, rooms 30 Mt. Auburn 
McLeod Archibald S., carpenter, h. 16 Mill 
McLeod Donald D., carpenter, house 25 Bow 
McLeod John, granitepolisher, bds. Mt. Auburn, c. Lowell 
McLeod Malcolm, machinist, 72 Main, h. 4 Third 
McLeod Samuel K., carpenter, house 1 Putnam court 
McLerney Patrick, breaddriver, house 18 Brown 
McLevery Daniel, brassfinisher, house 239 Main 
McMahan Hugh, teamster, house 17 Winter 
McMahan John, teamster, boards 3 Tuttle 
McMahan John, laborer, house 40 Washington 
McMahan Owen, laborer, boards 4 Water 
McMahan Thomas, laborer, house 149 Franklin 
McMahon Edward, innholder, house 4 Water 
McMahon Ellen, widow, house 4 Water 
McMahon John, blacksmith, 202 North av., h. 31 Rice 
McManaman Charles, greasecollector, h. Willow pi. 
McManaman Charles, painter, house Willow place 
McManaman William, glassblower, h. Willow pi. 

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290 CAMBRIDGE [$[] DIRECTORY. 

McMann Brian, porter U. R. Co., office Harvard sq., h- 

8 Baldwin court 
McMann Eliza, widow of Thomas, h. 7 Appian way 
McMann James, laborer, house 80 Brighton 
McMann John, teamster A. Wood, boards Tuttle, near 

Donnell 
McMannis Felix, at N. E. Glass Co.'s, h. 99 Gore 
McManus Frank, varnisher, bds. 11 Conlon's court 
McManus James, glassworker, bds. 122 Webster av. 
McManus John, shoemaker, house 165 Green 
McManus Terrance, junk, house 11 Conlon's court 
McManus Thomas, nightwatchman, bds. 11 Conlon's ct. 
McMaugh, Patrick, soapmaker, house 143 Winsor 
McMenimen Chas. E., painter, bds. 68 Winter 
McMenimen William, laborer, house 68 Winter 
McMenimen Wm. H., stonecutter, bds. 68 Winter 
McMillan John, carpenter, boards 7 Douglass 
McMillan J. H., carpenter, house $0)4 Green 
McMorrow Chas., cakebaker (4 Tremont row, B.), house 

7 Mullen's court 
McMullen Domenick, laborer, house 236 Franklin 
McMullen Mary, house 81 Brighton 
McMullins James, laborer, h. Warren, n. Cambridge 
McMurphy Edward W., clerk B. & L. R. R., boards 157 

Cambridge 
McMurray Catherine, widow, house 47 Banks 
McMurray Peter, blacksmith A. J. Jones, h. 19 Dublin 
McNabb Angus, carpenter, h. Potter, n. Third 
McNabb Hector, laborer, house 81 Pearl 
McNall George, glassworker, house 210 Banks 
McNally Alice, widow of James, house 12 Railroad 
McNally Daniel, bootmaker, house 14 Cambridge 
McNally Honora, widow of Thomas, bds. 10 Fourth 
McNally James, brushmaker, h. Charles, cor. Sixth 
McNally Mary Mrs., house 113 Third 
McNally Peter, bricklayer, house 62 Charles 
McNally Wm., printer (221 Wash., B.), h. Charles, c. Sixth 
McNamara Daniel, painter, house 51 Cedar 
McNamara Daniel, laborer, house rear 16 Hayes court 
McNamara David, laborer, house rear 423 Cambridge 
McNamara James, teamster, house 93 Brookline 
McNamara John, laborer, house rear 16 Hayes court 
McNamara John, laborer, house 19 Banks 
McNamara John, varnisher, house 169 Norfolk 
McNamara Malachi, laborer, house rear 9 Hamilton 
McNamara Mary, widow of William, house 5 Short 
McNamara Matthias, woodturner, h. Allston, n. Waverly 



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CAMBRIDGE [JI] DIRECTORY. 291 

McNamara Michael, woodturner, h. Allston, n. Waverly 
McNamara Patrick, laborer, house 126 Brookline 
McNamara Patrick, laborer, house 214 Franklin 
McNamara Thomas, laborer, house 132 Webster avenue 
McNamara Thomas E., upholsterer, house 5 Short 
McNamee Hugh J., policeman, house 3 Athens 
McNamee James, laborer, boards 40 Brookline 
McNamee John, laborer, house rear 58 Winter 
McNamee John, Union Monumental Marble Works, Mt. 

Auburn, opp. Elmwood av., house 23 Hewes 
McNamee John H. H., bookbinder (9 Chardon, B.), bds. 

3 Athens 
McNamee John J., boarding house, 374 Main 
McNamee John T., marbleworker J. McNamee, boards 23 

Hewes 
McNamee Robert, laborer, house 101 Tremont 
McNaughton Anthony, wheelwright, house 69 Allston 
McNaughton Daniel, machinist, house 69 Allston 
McNaul John, laborer, house 167 Winsor 
McNeil James, laborer, house 259 Broadway 
McNeil John, tailor, house rear 6 Lopez 
McNeill Geo. E., extract manuf., 642 Main, h. 16 Kinnaird 
McNeill William, essence and extracts, 642 Main, house 

10 Magazine court 
McNinch Robert W. (Cummings, Kenney & Co.), lumber, 

Bridge, opp. Prison Point bridge, h. 64 Thorndike 
McNott Mary, widow of William, house 23 Vine 
McNulty Catherine, widow, house Willow place 
McNulty Hugh, laborer, house Garden court 
McNulty Michael, boards 96 Spring 
McNulty Rose Miss, house 96 Spring 
M'Coy Edwin A., clerk City Mills, h. 41 Blackstone 
M'Coy Madison, clerk City Mills, house 18 Rockwell 
McPeak Patrick, grocer, 64 Charles, house do. [bridge 
McPeck Neal, saloon, 159 and 161 Prospect, h. 478 Cam- 
McPhail Alice M., Divinity boarding house, Divinity av. 
McPhail Col en, carpenter, boards 5 Race 
MePhee William, engineer, h. Mt. Auburn, cor. Lowell 
McPherson Ewen R., flour (156 So. Market, B.), house 

64 Chestnut 
McPherson George, house 54 Hamilton 
McPherson George R., casemaker M. & H. Organ Co., h. 

61 Chestnut 
McPherson John, clerk (156 South Market, B.), house 61 

Chestnut [155 Winsor 

McQuade Henry W., varnisher M. & H. Organ Co., house 
McQuade James, laborer, house 105 Fourth 



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292 CAMBRIDGE [J[] DIRECTORY. 

McQuade Patrick, laborer, house 105 Webster avenue 
McQuade Patrick, laborer, house 431 Cambridge 
McQuail John F., clerk, 64 Cambridge, boards 9 Second 
McQueen Alexander, buttermaker, boards 3 Hamilton 
McQuilkin James H„ cabinetmaker, house 459 Main 
McQuillan Thomas, carver, house 11 Decatur 
McRae Kenneth, currier, house 54 Cedar 
McRae John, carpenter, house rear 58 Thorndike 
McRaith Charles W., printer J. Wilson & Son, rooms 54 

Mt. Auburn [house Putnam 

McReddy Joseph R., publisher and printer (89 Court, B.), 
McShane Patrick, watchman Sngar Refinery, house rear 

63 Gore 
McSorley Archie, carpenter, house 2 Harrison 
McSorley Bridget, widow of James, house 7 Fourth 
McSorley John, laborer, house 13 Vine 
McSorley John, laborer, house 37 Charles 
McSorley John, teamster, house 62 Spring 
McSorley Peter, machinist, house 8 Fourth 
McSorley Thomas, carpenter, boards 127 Franklin 
McSorley Thomas, teamster, house 8 Stevens court 
McSwain Samuel, carpenter, house 114 Brookline 
McSweeney Daniel, house 114 Third 
McSweeney Dennis, woodturner, boards 10 Broadway 
McSweeney Edward D., cabinetmaker, boards 114 Third 
McSweeney Henry, laborer, house Warren, n. Cambridge 
McSweeney Patrick, laborer, house 107 Spruce 
McVey John, potter, house pottery tenement, Crescent 
McWiggin Charles, butcher, house 14 Vine [Green 

McWiggin James, carriage washer, 120 Green, boards 95 
McWilliams George, teamster, house Valentine, n. Pearl 
Mead Alpheus, provisions (1 and 3 Globe Market, B.), h. 

15 Mead 
Mead A. Eugene, salesman (B.), bds. Henderson's block, 

North avenue 
Mead Charles C, printer (223 Washington, B.), house 322 

Harvard 
Mead Charles W., clerk Boston Ice Co., h. 135 Cambridge 
Mead Charles W., gold pen manuf. (223 Washington, B.), 

boards 322 Harvard [Hotel 

Mead Clarence F., lawyer, 226 North av., bds. at Porter's 
Mead John R., printer (Tremont, B.), bds. r. 96 Gore 
Mead Marcellus W., produce (25 N. Market, B.), house 

29 Suffolk 
Mead Thomas, laborer, house 79 Bolton 
Mead Walton V., organfinisher G. Woods & Co., house 

at Hingham 



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CAMBRIDGE [J[] DIRECTORY. 293 

Mead William R., provisions. (15 Blackstone market, B.), 

house 36 Coggswell avenue 
Meade John H., matmaker, house 122 Brookline 
Meade John W., machinist, 368 Main, house 85 Elm 
Meade Thomas, boards 85 Elm 

Meader Charles E., medical student, bds. 13K Franklin 
Meader Joshua F., machinist, 368 Main, h. 13|- Franklin 
Meagher Stephen A., junkcollector, house 93 Fifth 
Meagher Thomas, grocer, 32 Vine, house 30 do. .[Hall 
Meakin Frederick, divinity student, rooms 17 Divinity 
Mears David O., pastor North avenue Congregational so- 
ciety, house 26 Arlington 
Mears George A., teamster, house 53 Clark 
Mechlin Francis, lithographer, house 11 River 
Medius Munwell, laborer, house 202 Bridge 
Medix Isaac S., boards 34 Amory 
Meech Henry, plumber, house 2 Bristol 
Megan John, sawyer, boards 3 Lincoln 
Megan Thomas, laborer, house Andrew, near Fairmont 
Megraw Morris F., molder, house 118 Harvard 
Megroth Win. N., pianoforte actionmaker, h. 933^ Green 
Mehan Thomas, cabinetmaker, house 431 Cambridge 
Meharg Joseph, zinc galvanizer, boards 14 Putnam court 
Melcher Abbott L., stonecutter, bds. 1 Pioneer avenue 
Melcher Charles J., painter, house 63 Harvard 
Melcher Daniel R., organmaker, house 122 Green 
Melger William P., jeweler (N. Y.), h. Oxford, c. Beacon 
Melick William, baker, 502 Main, rooms 518 Main 
Mellaney Patrick, machinist, house 83 Bridge 
Melledge James P., merchant (40 India wharf, B.), house 

335 Harvard 
Melledge Mary Miss, house 335 Harvard 
Melledge Robert J., student H. IT., boards 335 Harvard 
Mellen James, building mover, Moore, cor. Hastings, h. 

77 Washington 
Mellen James, jr. (Curtis Davis & Co.), soap mnfr., 188 

Broadway and (5 Merchants row, B.), h. 31 Essex 
Melley Arthur, engineer, house 121 Pleasant 
Melley Patrick, teamster, boards 2 Broadway 
Meloney William B., painter (B.), house basement 7 

Rogers block, Main 
Meloon David C, produce (19 Blackstone, B.),h. 67 Third 
Meloon William H., clerk J. P. Squire & Co., boards 67 

Third [bds. do. 

Melonson Amy D. Miss, dressmaker, rear 5 Harvard sq., 
Melville Edward, cook, 122 Cambridge, house 89 Spring 
Melvin Augustus W., mechanic, house Clifton, n. Harvey 

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294 CAMBRIDGE [J[] DIRECTORY. 

Melvin Edwin B., foreman City wharf, h. rear 180 Main 
Melvin John, laborer, house 9 Winthrop, n. Brighton 
Menard John H. (Adams & Menard), stairbuilder, Sev- 
enth, cor. Cambridge, house Otis 
Mendum Charles A., furniture (Washington, cor. Hay- 
market sq., B.), house 103 Washington 
Mendum John A., house 103 Washington 
Menix Murthy, cabinetmaker, boards 147 Main 
Menix Patrick, teamster, house 1-47 Main 
Mercer John, laborer, house Clifton, near Spruce 
Mercer William L., insurance agent (50 School, B.), house 

78 In-man 
Meriaui Emeline, widow of William, house 11 Clinton 
Merriam Albert Mrs., house 369 Cambridge 
Merriam Hannah, widow of Thomas, house 150 Green 
Merrich Richard, laborer, house Bristol 
Merrick Ellen Miss, teacher Harvard grammar school, 

room 13, boards 106 In man 
Merrick Frederick, laborer, house 55 Washington 
Merrick Fred. H., laborer, house 51 Hastings 
Merrifield Gustavus V., pocketbookmaker, bds. 11 Front 
Merrill Amelia G., widow of Xathan, house 40 Hancock 
Merrill Charles H., boards 40 Hancock 
Merrill David G., foreman G. G. Page & Co., house 210 

Broad way 
Merrill David K. Rev., pastor North avenue M. E. church, 

house 16 Bowdom 
Merrill Edward G., clerk (B.), bds. 17 Ellsworth avenue 
Merrill Eugene E,, jeweler, house 80^- Green [burn 

Merrill Fred. D., organmaker G. Woods & Co., h. at Wo- 
Merrill George, timekeeper U. R. Co., house 51 School 
Merrill George S., boots and shoes (469 Washington, B.), 

house 65 Dana 
Merrill Henry W., clerk, 88 Cambridge, bds. 133 do. 
Merrill Herbert S., paper bag mnfr. (43 Haverhill, B.), h. 

Russell, cor. Orchard 
Merrill Horace A., carpenter, house 24 Rice 
Merrill John W. Mrs., house 15 Cherry 
Merrill J. Warren, treas. (77 State, B.),h. 400 Broadway 
Merrill Milton, clothfinisher University Press, rooms 56 

Mt. Auburn 
Merrill X. Fred., chemist, boards 40 Hancock 
Merrill Sarah L. Miss, teacher Putnam grammar school, 

boards 152 Cambridge 
Merrill Susan E. Miss, teacher Harvard grammar school, 

room 9, boards 102 Austin 
Merrill T. Watson, clerk (77 State, B.), b. 400 Broadway 

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CAMBKIDGE [JIQ DIRECTORY. 295 

Merrill Walter A., sawyer G. G. Page & Co., house 123 

Washington 
Merritt Elisha L., mason, house 51 Winsor 
Merritt John Mrs., boardinghouse, 35 Cambridge 
Merritte Martin N., clerk, 159 Harvard, b. 164 Harvard 
Messer Charles A., fireman B. L. &N. R. R., b. 51 Winter 
Messer Daniel E. (D. E. Messer & Bro.), grocers, 159, 

Harvard, house 53 Winsor 
Messer D. E. & Bro. (Daniel E. and Gorham B. Messer) 

grocers, 159 Harvard 
Messer Gorham B. (D. E. Messer & Brother), grocers, 159 

Harvard, boards 140 Harvard 
Messer Lucy, widow of Willard, house 28 Shepard 
Messer Stillman, house 140 Harvard 
Messer William A., furniture mover, h. 211 Columbia 
Metcalf Charles C, printer, composition room (Boston 

Post, Milk, B.), house 3 Boardman place 
Metcalf Charles R., house 154 Mt. Auburn 
Metcalf Greenleaf W., musician, house 1 Allston court 
Metcalf Willard, carpenter, house 1 Allston court 
Metivier James, student H. IT., rooms 16 Shepard 
Metivier Napoleon, laborer, house 111 Spruce 
Metzger Andrew, house 10 Seventh 
Metzger Joseph, music recorder, patentee and mnfr., and 

lager beer saloon, 200 Cambridge, house do. 
Meyer Frank, laborer, house 19 Seventh 
Meyers John, varnisher M. & H. Organ Co., h. 65 Gore 
Michael Edward, laborer, h. Jackson, near Spruce 
Michelin Francis, lithographer Riverside Press, boards 11 

River [Somerville 

Middleback Casper, currier M. Kuebler, bds. Elm House, 
Middleby Joseph, bakers' supplies (65 Haverhill, B.), h. 

Brattle, corner Lake View av. 
Middleby J. Henry, clerk (65 Haverhill, B.), boards J. 

Middleby's, Brattle 
Miethke Herman, organ varnisher G. Woods & Co., house 

8 Cherry 
Mifflin George H. (H. O. Houghton & Co.), Riverside 

Press, house at Boston 
Mihan Frances E. Miss, teacher (Reading), h. 479 Main 
Mihan Patrick, engineer of heating ventilating, house 479 

Main 
Mikes Emil, cabinetmaker, house 131 Third 
Miles Dennis W., harnessmaker (Friend B.), boards 60 

Broadway 
Miles Edmund, foreman composing room J. Wilson & 

Son, house 4 Charles River 

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296 CAMBRIDGE [J{] DIRECTORY. 

Miles Elizabeth, widow of Edward, h. 60 Broadway- 
Miles Fernando, foreman horsecar stable, bouse rear 102 

Putnam avenue 
Miles Frank H., stereotyper, boards 4 Charles River 
Miles John, paper hanger, boards 60 Broadway 
Miles Patrick, carpenter, house 60 Broadway 
Miles Richard, brassfinisher, boards 60 Broadway 
Millan Alexander (Millan & Snow), fish and oysters, 21 

Brattle, house 12 DeWolf 
Millan & Snow (Alexander Millan and James H. Snow), 

fish and oyster dealers, 21 Brattle 
Millard William, tinsmith (79 North, B.), house 11 Mt. 

Auburn 
Millen William J., saddle and harnessmaker, h. 40 Erie 
Miller Andrew, student, boards 21 Mellen 
Miller Charles, cabinetmaker, house 62 Harvard 
Miller Charles, real estate, house 94 Auburn 
Miller Claborn C, laborer, house rear SIX Hastings 
Miller David, printer J. Ford & Son, rooms 26 Mt. Auburn 
Miller Ellen, widow of George, house 14 Garden 
Miller Ellis F., hardware (19 Wash., B.), h. 13 Roseland 
Miller Ferdinand, glass engraver, boards 129 Otis 
Miller Frederick, butcher "house 91 .Fifth 
Miller Frederick, glass polisher, house rear 128 Gore 
Miller Frederick, cooper, boards 29 Cherry 
Miller George E., mariner, house 45 Cambridge 
Miller George E., painter, boards 29 Cherry 
Miller James, policeman, station 5, bds. Porter's Hotel 
Miller James H., blacksmith, house 18 Upton 
Miller John, foreman Water Works, house 20 Upton 
Miller John, varnisher, house 84 Fifth 
Miller Maria M. Miss, school teacher, house 94 Auburn 
Miller Stuart C, bookkeeper (104 F. H. Market, B.), h. 

20 Board man 
Miller William, laborer, house 11 Maynard place 
Miller William G., foreman Rawson & Hittinger, house 

9 Franklin 
Miller William H., trunk manufacturer, 371 Main 
Miller William M., printer Riverside, h. 16 Fairmont 
Milligan Daniel H, shoemaker, 36 Fifth, h. 159 Norfolk 
Milligan James, tailor (Jacobs & Deane, B.), house 4 

Worcester 
Milligan James, jr., tailor, boards 4 Worcester 
Milligan John D., U. S. N-avy, boards 4 Worcester 
Milligan William, dentist, 623 Main, bds. 4 Worcester 
Milliken James S., express, order box Cambridge P. O., 

and 99 Water, B.), house 8 Mt. Auburn 

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CAMBEIDGE [$[] DIKECTORY. 297 

Milliken Oliva, widow, house 53 Clark 
Millmore Patrick, hostler U. R. Co., house 29 Harvard 
Mills Benjamin F., officer at Almshouse, boards do. 
Mills Charles H., wood engraver (2 Alden court, B.), bds. 

30 Fourth 
Mills David S., hatter (377 Wash., B.), house 72 Inman 
Mills Eliza A. Mrs., house 42 Jefferson 
Mills Isaac B., student H. U., rooms 10 Oxford 
Mills James H., boards 10 Church 
Mills James H., cabinetmaker, house 30 Fourth 
Mills John, laborer, house 109 Third 
Mills William, carpenter, house 5 Dinsmore court 
Mills William, nightwatchman H. IT., house 10 Church 
Milne Robert Mrs., house 13 Wendell 
Milne Robert W., clerk (179 Devonshire, B.), boards -13 

Wendell 
Milton Henry, junk collector, house 164 Norfolk 
Minard Athene S., widow of George, dressmaker, 623 

Main, house do. 
Mindig Jane, widow of Philip, house 45 Hastings 
Miner Henry A., clerk, 161 Cambridge, boards 133 do. 
Minix John Mrs., house 26 Brewery 
Minot Elizabeth, widow of George, house 60 Shepard 
Mirrick Augusta G. Mrs., teacher Putnam grammar school, 

house 139 Thorndike [Amory 

Misener John A., woodworker M. & H. Organ Co., h. 18 
Mitchell Alexander, laborer, house Harding, n. Jefferson 
Mitchell Alfred M., teamster (Summer, B.), bds. 10 East 
Mitchell Betsey Mrs., house 60 Hastings 
Mitchell Charlotte M., teacher Gannett primary school, 

boards 3 Plymouth 
Mitchell Elizabeth H., widow, house 3 Plymouth 
Mitchell Frank, carpenter, boards 57 Fairmont 
Mitchell Frank A., driver U. R. Co., house 2 Sands 
Mitchell George L., constable and tax collector, house 113 

Thorndike 
Mitchell Henry A., house 28 Front 
Mitchell Ira M., teamster, boards 8 Squire's court 
Mitchell John, baker, boards 463 Main 
Mitchell John S., student H. U., boards 13 Avon 
Mitchell Joseph F., stereotyper Riverside, h. Ill Pearl 
Mitchell Mary, widow of John, house Hastings, n. R. R. 
Mitchell Paul, house 50 Essex 

Mitchell Samuel S., laborer, h. Oxford, cor. Roseland 
Mitchell Thomas, clerk (178 Tremont, B.), and grocer, 

Green, cor. Hancock, house do. 
Mitchell Thomas, machinist (B.), house 13 Avon 

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298 CAMBRIDGE [$[] DIRECTORY. 

Mitchell Thomas Mrs., house 60 Hastings 

Mitchell William, harnessmaker, Cambridge, junc. Bridge, 

house 116 Winsor 
Mitchell Wm. H., clerk, 186 Cambridge, bds. 3 Plymouth 
Mitchell William R., m older, house 180 Green 
Mitchem George S., engineer B. & L. R. R., house 7 Sec- 
ond street court [ct. 
Mitchem Sylvanus, fireman B. & L. R. R., h. 8 Leighton 
Mitton Edward, salesman (450 Wash., B.), h. 93 Inman 
Moaning Frank, watchman, boards 119 Prospect 
Modest Evan, porter, house 181 Hampshire 
Moeldner Anton, glass decorator N. E. Glass Works, house 

131 Otis 
Moeldner Anton, jr., ladies' dress trimming mnfr. (36 

Winter, B.), boards 131 Otis 
Moellers George G., machinist, house 32 Brookline 
Moeser Philip, cigarmaker, house 20 Hastings 
Moffatt Alexander, provision peddler, house 3K State 
Moffatt James, marbleworker, h. 6 Foster's blk., r. 93 Main 
Moffatt Patrick, laborer, boards 36 Washington 
Moffatt Richardson, house Pearl, cor. Green 
Moffatt William, ironmelter, house 36 Washington 
Moloney Daniel, tinsmith, Otis, cor. Eighth, house do. 
Moloney John, stonecutter, boards 8 Harvard 
Moloney Philip, boot and shoemaker, 8 Harvard, h. do. 
Moloney William, stonecutter, boards 8 Harvard 
Moloney William A., printer, house 432 Broadway 
Monaghan Bridget Miss, house 8 Fifth • 
Monaghan Michael, laborer, house rear 31 Bow 
Monagle Margaret, widow of Neal, house 25 Bow 
Monahan James, currier, boards 112 Oxford 
Monahan John, laborer, house 12 Railroad 
Monahan Mary, widow, house 171 Winsor 
Monahan Michael J., tinpeddler, house 193 Norfolk 
Monahan Patrick, currier, house 171 Dublin 
Monblo Francis T. N., stoves and tinware, 188 Cambridge, 

house 87 Vine 
Monroe John, boards 69 Brattle 
Monroe, see also Munroe 
Monrooney Patrick, laborer, house 30 Davis 
Monsarrat James M., law student, boards 14 Ware 
Montague Alfred, bartender (B.), house 7 Grant 
Montague Charles H., treas. (17 Otis, B.), h. 770 Main 
Montague Samuel L., com. mer. (290 Atlantic av., B.), h. 

26 Fayette 
Montgomery Alexander, engineer, boards 366 North av. 
Montgomery Andrew, house Bristol, n. Webster avenue 

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CAMBRIDGE [JJ] DIEECTOKT. 299 

Montgomery Charles S., real estate agt., h. 55 Putnam av- 
Montgomery Edward, sawyer Mason & Hamlin 
Montgomery Robert A., printer, h. 11 Rogers blk., Main 
Montgomery Thomas, lamplighter, h. Charles, n. the river 
Monti Joseph, caver Doe & Hunnewell, boards Gore 
Moody Charles E., grocer (75 Commercial, B.), bds. 26 Lee 
Moody William, carpenter, house 10 Squire's court 
Mooney Amanda, dressmaker, bds. 69^ Mt. Auburn 
Mooney Bernard, laborer, boards 4 Water 
Mooney Bernard, jr., finisher, h. 3 Linehan's block 
Mooney Daniel, house 107 Tremont 
Mooney Edward, teamster and cooper, bds. 51 Sixth 
Mooney Frank H., watchman G. Woods & Co., house 119 

Prospect 
Mooney Frank S., cutter (12 West, B.), bds. 471 Main 
Mooney George F., boilerinaker, house 100 Main 
Mooney James, in Boston rolling mill, house Bristol 
Mooney John, cooper, boards 56 Second 
Mooney John, laborer, house 4 Hastings 
Mooney John, laborer, house 140 Elm 
Mooney John E., at IT. R. R. Co., house 5 Linden 
Mooney Mary A. C, widow of Wm. M., h. 471 Main 
Mooney Myron, conductor U. R. Co., rooms 5 South 
Mooney Patrick, brassworker, house 4 Hastings 
Mooney William, tinsmith, house 162 Norfolk 
Mooney William H., cutter, boards 471 Main 
Mooney William H., polisher, bds. 3 Linehan's blk., Third 
Mooney William J. Mrs., house 183 Columbia 
Moor James C, grocer, 192 Cambridge, bds. A. Stewart's, 

141 Otis 
Moore Alexander, laborer, house 3 Moore 
Moore Alfred, porter, house rear 133 Columbia 
Moore Arthur, carriagemaker, bds. Russell, cor. North av. 
Moore Bradford T. (Charles Moore & Co.), stoves and 

hardware, 8 Brattle, house Langdon, near Chauncey 
Moore Charles (Charles Moore & Co.), hardware, etc., 8 

Brattle, house Langdon 
Moore Charles, laborer, house Harvey, corner Jackson 
Moore Charles Mrs., house 84 Prospect 
MOORE CHARLES & CO. (Charles, Edward R., and 

Bradford T. Moore), stove and hardware dealers, 8 

Brattle 
Moore Charles H., grocer, house 44 Sidney 
Moore Charles H., instructor in free hand drawing and 

water colors H. U., house 19 Oxford 
Moore Charles S., teacher (20 Boylston place, B.), boards 

30 Mellen 

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300 CAMBRIDGE []\[] DIRECTORr. 

Moore Clarence A., confectioner, 503 Main, boards City 

building, Central square 
Moore David H., musician, house 33 Green 
Moore Edgar J., grocer, house 44 Sidney 
Moore Edmond, baker, 502 Main, house 159 Franklin 
Moore Edward R. (Charles Moore & Co.), stoves and 

hardware, 8 Brattle, house 24 Mellen 
Moore Edwin G., bookkeeper (9 High B.), h. 3 Pleasant pi. 
Moore Ellen, widow, house Portland, near Harvard 
Moore Erasmas D. (Custom House, B.), house 30 Mellen 
Moore E. Marshall, house 430 Cambridge 
Moore Frank, packer W. L. Lockhart, bds 27 Second 
Moore George, laborer, house 35 Willard 
Moore George A., architect (69 Court, B.), boards 132 

Mt. Auburn 
Moore George H., printer (B.), boards 22 Sixth 
Moore Hannah E. Miss, house 47 Magazine 
Moore H. W. H., clerk, 32 Brattle square, bds., 30 do. 
Moore James, laborer, house 13 Carson 
Moore James, grease collector, house 2 Essex court 
Moore James E. (Moore & Co.), provisions, Washington, 

cor. Brewery, boards 44 Sidney 
Moore James H., glassblower, house 162 Cambridge 
Moore Jane, widow of Nicholas, house 15 Willard 
Moore John, laborer, house 98 Spruce 
Moore John, laborer, house 20 Murdock 
Moore John, laborer, house r. 131 Columbia 
Moore John, steward (Mass. Gen. Hosp., B.), house 6% 

Cherry 
Moore John, at 111 Broadway, bds. 14 Market 
Moore John A., pianoforte actionmaker, bds. 181>£ Howard 
Moore Joseph W., house 434 Cambridge 
Moore Margaret A., nurse, bds. 229 Broadway 
Moore Matthew R., policeman, h. 22 Sixth 
Moore Nancy Mrs., house 11 Jay 
Moore Nathaniel H., restaurant, 32 and 34 Brattle square, 

house 30 do. 
Moore Nelson N., billiard room, 548 Main, h. 114 Auburn 
Moore Patrick, farmer, house 35 Somerset 
Moore Perley D., leather dealer (98 High, B.), h. 6 River 
Moore Richard M., freight conductor B. & L. R. R., bds. 

QQ Winter 
Moore Samuel, laborer, house 51 Hastings 
Moore Seth, brakeman B. & L. R. R., bds. 66 Winter 
Moore William, laborer, house rear 423 Cambridge 
Moore William C, framemaker, 139 Broadway, house 3 

Roger's block, Main 

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CAMBRIDGE [$[]' DIRECTORY. 301 

Moore William E., boards 22 Sixth 

Moore Wilson, laborer, house 54 Cedar 

Moore & Co. (James E. Moore), provisions, Washington, 

cor. Brewery 
Moorehouse Daniel, pressman Riverside, h. 70 River 
Mora Frank, carpenter, house 28 Baldwin 
Moran Catherine, widow of Michael, h. 236 Cambridge 
Moran Brothers (Thomas S. and James A. Moran), fur- 
niture, etc., 238 Cambridge, cor. Ninth 
Moran Charles P., upholsterer (Washington, B.), boards 

236 Cambridge 
Moran Daniel, at soapworks, boards 76 Pearl 
Moran Edward, horseshoer, 436 Main, bds. 8 Davis 
Moran James, laborer, house Carson, cor. Gore 
Moran James A. (Moran Bros.), furniture, 238 Cam- 
bridge, house 236 do. 
Moran John, currier, house 366 North av. 
Moran John, laborer, house 164 Gore 
Moran John, poultrydealer, house Clay, n. Harvey 
Moran John, tailor, 49 Cambridge, house 14 East 
Moran Joseph, glassmaker, house 23 Winter 
Morau Martin, currier F.Fischer, boards Mrs. M. Moran's, 

Clay 
Moran Mary, widow of Martin, h. Clay, near Harvey 
Moran Michael, at soapworks, house 76 Pearl 
Moran Patrick, waiter, house 40 Spring 
Moran Thomas, gasfitter, boards 40 Spring 
Moran Thomas, laborer, house 104 Sparks 
Moran Thomas, poultrydealer, bds. Mary Moran's, Clay 
Moran Thomas S. (Moran Bros.), furniture, 238 Cam 
bridge, house 236 do. [Somerville 

Morandus Egbert, hairdresser, 224^ North av., house at 
Morandus John O., hairdresser, 224>£ North av., house 

56 Cedar 
Morandy Morris, peddler, house 44 School 
Morang Erastus G., cooper, h. Squire's blk., 172 Gore 
Mordough Salma H., station agent North av. station L. & 

A. R. R., h. at W. Somerville 
Moreland Henry A., clerk A. Wood, bds. 18 Dunster 
Moreland Ellen Mrs., varietystore, 337 Main, house do. 
Moreland John H., printer, house 18 Dunster 
Mores Benj. F., conductor U. R. Co., boards 1 Oak 
Morey Chas. H., broker (Congress, cor. High, B.), boards 

15 Sumner 
Morey Elisha W., oilfinisher, boards 16 Boardman 
Morey Elizabeth, widow of William Z., h. 16 Boardman 
Morey Harry, printer, boards 15 Sumner 

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302 CAMBRIDGE [$[] DIRECTORY. 

Morey Philemon, trav. agt. (220 State, B.), h. 171 Harvard 
Morgan Alfred, pictureframes and furniture polisher, 906 

Main, house 5 Linden 
Morgan Charles, student H. U., rooms 102 Mt. Auburn 
Morgan Elliott F., cabinetmaker, house 224 Broadway 
Morgan Emma, house Bristol 
Morgan Harriet Mrs., h. 127 Mt. Auburn 
Morgan Henry, blacksmith helper, house 26 Carson 
Morgan James, ironheater, house 25 Webster av. 
Morgan John F., tinsmith, house 14 Hamilton 
Morgan M. B. Mrs., h. Arlington, n. Washington av. 
Morgan William, salesman (147 Summer, B.), house 184 

Cambridge 
Moriarty Charles, painter, house 452 Broadway 
Moriarty Henry M., actionmaker M. & H. Organ* Co. 
Moriarty Mary, widow, house 452 Broadway 
Moriarty Michael, tailor, 18 Brighton, boards 48 do. 
Moriarty Patrick, shoemaker, 3 Brewer's block, Brattle 

sq., boards 5 DeWolf 
Moring Anna L. Mrs., bouse 12 Quincy 
Morley Jeremiah, laborer, house Hunting 
Morley Thomas, ornamental painter, Holyoke, ft. of Mill, 

house 717 Cambridge 
Morrell Charles H., house Garden, cor. Linnsean 
Morrell George D., student H. U., bds. Garden, c. Linnsean 
Morrell Robert, house Garden, cor. Linnsean 
Morrill Alfred (Morrill & Hooker), steam engines, 356 

Main, boards 10 Village 
Morrill Charles, house 4 Washington 
Morrill Daniel K., wheelwright, house 12 Village 
Morrill Leonard, house 35 Front 

Morrill William F., lawyer (33 School, B.), h. 209 Harvard 
Morrill & Hooker (Alfred Morrill and Henry Hooker), 

steam engines, etc., 356 Main 
Morris Emery T., druggist (12 Fulton place, B.), house 

43 Washington 
Morris Henry, harnessmaker, 131 Main, h. 180 Hampshire 
Morris John, baker, 502 Main, house Bristol 
Morris Mary A., widow, confectioner 232 Cambridge, 

house 232 do. 
Morris Mary J., widow of Wm. R., house 43 Washington 
Morrisette Alfred, peddler, house 383 Cambridge 
Morrison Edward, clerk (B.), boards 9 Felton 
Morrison Frank, boards 18 Avon 
Morrison Holland P. (14 Faneuil Hall Market, B.), h. 18 

Avon 
Morrison James, grocer (41 Portland, B.), h. 18 Avon 



CAMBRIDGE QJ] DIRECTORY. 303 

Morrison John, clerk 87 Main, boards at Boston 

Morrison William A., shoefindings (B.), h. 9 Felton 

Morrissey Andrew, bricklayer, boards 119 Spring 

Morrissey George A., hostler, house 193 Broadway 

Morrissey John, laborer, house Fourth 

Morrissey John, laborer, house 77 Spruce 

Morrissey John, laborer, house Montgomery, n. Spruce 

Morrissey John S., sausagemaker, house 174 Gore 

Morrissey Michael, laborer, house 77 Spruce 

Morrissey Sarah C, widow of Thomas, boards 174 Gore 

Morse Asa P., shook manufacturer (22 Broad, B.), house 

81 Magazine 
Morse Charles E., bookbinder, Riverside, h. 20 Jay 
Morse Charles H., produce (9 and 11 John, B.), house 

345 Broadway 
Morse Charles M., carpenter, house 31 Tremont 
Morse Cyrus B., clerk, (5 Harvard row, house State Arsen- 
al, Garden, corner Chauncy 
Morse Cyrus E., bookbinder, boards 21 Cottage 
Morse Francis A., harnessmaker U. R. Co., boards 12 

Kolmes place 
Morse Frank B., boards 375 Harvard 
Morse George, carriage ]M&nter Henderson Bros., house 

at Somerville 
Morse George, harnessmaker, h. Palmer [Holmes pi. 

Morse George A., harnessmaker U. R. Co., house 12 
Morse George A., lawyer (12 Pemberton sq., B.), boards 

375 Harvard 
Morse George E., house 99 Auburn 
Morse Henry L., hosiery and small wares (96 Chauncy, 

B.), house 75 North avenue [burn 

Morse Herbert F. W., student H. XL, rooms 156 Mt. Au- 
Morse Horace A., express, house 4 Shepherds block, 

Charles River [375 Harvard 

Morse Isaac S., attorney (12 Pemberton sq., B.), house 
Morse James, engineer, 174 Broadway, h. at Dorchester 
Morse James B., police, station 1, house 17 DeWolf 
Morse James D., paper (B.), house 96 Austin 
Morse James R., physician Union sq., No. Cambridge, 

house do. 
Morse John T., pianoforte string maker, Osborn's Mills, h. 

168 Harvard 
Morse Kendall, hackman, house 6 Perry 
Morse Lucy, widow of Bernard, house Lincoln court 
Morse Martha Mrs., dressmaker, boards 30 Shepard 
Morse Perley, bookkeeper (19 Charles, B.), h. 7 Hollis 
Morse Peter, brickmaker, house Walden, near Dublin 

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304 CAMBRIDGE [Jf] DIRECTORY. 

Morse Timothy D., umbrella maker (Court, corner Corn- 
hill, B.), house 54 Fifth 
Morton George B., organmaker, h. rear 63 Auburn 
Morton Ira A., carpenter, house 7 Pleasant place 
Moses Elizabeth, widow, boards 117 Magazine 
Moses Hamilton, stereotyper, house 117 Magazine 
Mosher Alfred, cooper, h. Hunting, near Cambridge 
Mosher Angie M., wddow of Charles, house 880 Main 
Mosher Frederick O.; stairbuilder, Seventh, cor. Cam- 
bridge, boards 9 Thorndike 
Moss George, laborer, boards T. Mansfield's, Tannery- 
Moss Harry H., butcher, house Harvey, near Jackson 
Mott Henry A. (soldiers' messenger corps, B.), house 70 

Spring 
Moulton Charles, pianomaker (B.), house 6 Sixth 
Moulton Claudius B., shirt and overall manufr. (Summer, 

B.), h. Mt. Pleasant, near Walden 
Moulton C. Warren, clerk, 624 Main, boards 882 do. 
Moulton Charles W. H. (Moulton & Co.), ladders, etc. 

139 Gore, house 131 Thorndike 
Moulton C. J. B., house 882 Main 

Moulton Edward B., clerk, house 9 Roger's block, Main 
Moulton Gilman, house 17 Rockwell 
Moulton Henry (Moulton & Co.), ladders, etc., 139 Gore, 

house at York, Maine 
Moulton Henry & Co., (Henry and Charles W. H. Moul- 
ton), ladders, steps, etc., 139 Gore 
Moulton Joel, house 8 Prescott [Divinity Hall 

Moulton Joseph S., student Divinity school, rooms 20 
Moulton Noyes, cabinetmaker, 77 Main, h. 3 Rogers block, 

Main 
Moulton Parkman A., clerk (28 Oliver, B.), h. 15 Wallace 
Moulton Rufus H., boards 79 Fifth 
Moulton Sarah H., widow of S., boards 37 Mellen 
Mount Auburn Cemetery, Mt. Auburn, n. Watertown line 
Mount Auburn Conservatory, Brattle 5 near Mt. Auburn 
Mount Auburn Marble and Granite Works, opp. Mt. 

Auburn 
Mount Auburn Waiting Room, opp. Mt. Auburn gate 
Mount Thomas J., brushmaker, house 133 Cambridge 
Mountford William Rev., house 52 Kirkland 
Mousley E. J. Mrs., millinery and fancy dry ghods, Hend- 
erson's block, 216 North aw, house 244 do. 
Mowll Charles F., clerk, 158 Cambridge, house 55 Spring 
Mowry Albert E., metals (126 Cross, B.), h. 4 River 
Moy James W., packer M. & H. Organ Co., h. r. 50 Pine 
Moylan Daniel, coachman, Cambridge, cor. Maple av. 

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CAMBRIDGE [JI] DIRECTORY. 305 

Moylan Michael, blacksmith, house Spring, cor. Eighth 
Moylan Michael F., printer (B.), house Spring, cor. Eighth 
Moynahan Jeremiah, jr., tinsmith, 457 Cambridge, house 

455 do. 
Moynahan Ned, laborer, boards rear 6 East 
Moynahan Patrick, tailor, house rear 6 North 
Mukes Burl, laborer, house 7 Portland 
Mulcahy Jeremiah, plasterer, house 10 Fifth 
Mulcahy Jeremiah, tailor, Palmer, n. Brattle, h. 7 Athens 
Mulcahy Jeremiah H., house 341 Cambridge 
Mulcahy John, currier, house rear 9 Eliot 
Mulcahy John F., grocer, 188 Norfolk, house do. 
Mulcahy Nicholas, currier, house 43 Reed 
Mulcahy Patrick, currier, house 45 Reed 
Mulcahy T. J., machinist, 368 Main 
Muldoon Christopher, glassmaker, house 93 Cambridge 
Muldoon Frank J., springbed maker, boards 390 Main 
Muldoon Mary, widow, house Warren, near Cambridge 
Muldoon William H., restaurant, 165 Cambridge, h. do. 
Mulherein Charles, laborer, boards Mary Mulherein's, 

Hunting 
Mulherein James, laborer, bds. Mary Mulherein's, Hunting 
Mulherein Mary, wid. of George, h. Hunting, n. Cambridge 
Mulhearn Antoine, cabinetmaker, house 47 Pine 
Mulhearn Ellen, widow of Patrick, house 40 Brookline 
Mulhearn James, marble worker, 19 Main, h. at Boston 
Mulkern Martin W., teamster, house 3 Dickinson 
Mull Frederick, restaurant (14 Cornhill, B.), h. 150 Spring 
Mullally Michael, house rear 380 Cambridge 
Mullans Edward, shoemaker, house 108 Spring 
Mullen Ann, widow, house Warren, near Cambridge 
Mullen David, lamplighter, house 9 Bow 
Mullen Edward, at Boston Chemical Works, h. 131 Spring 
Mullen Hugh, hostler, 151 Bridge, house rear 36 Gore 
Mullen Hugh, jr., house rear 36 Gore 
Mullen James, laborer, house Hardiug, cor. Porter 
Mullen James E., clerk (477 Washington, B.), bds. 9 Bow 
Mullen James H., car inspector B. & L. & N. R. R., house 

rear 27 Gore 
Mullen John, engineer, boards 80 Spring 
Mullen John R., real estate and ins. (101 Milk, B.), house 

361 Harvard 
Mullen Joseph, peddler, house Willow place, n. Cambridge 
Mullen Malachi, brassfinisher, 368 Main, house 196 Green 
Mullen Michael, laborer, house 148 Green 
Mullen Nicholas, teaser N. E. Glass Co., h. 177 Cambridge 
Mullen Patrick, laborer, house 8 Eighth 

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306 CAMBRIDGE [J[] DIRECTORY. 

Mullen Robert, laborer, house 7 East 
Mullen Thomas, brush maker, boards 177 Cambridge 
Mullen Thomas, clerk, 153 Bridge, boards rear 36 Gore 
Mullen Thomas, printer (Boston Herald, B.), bds. 27 Vine 
Mullen William, carpenter, house 34 Charles 
Muller Christian, currier, house 388 North avenue 
Muller Edward L., glasscutter, house 155 Spring 
Muller Henry, tanner and currier, boards 388 North av. 
Muller Moximin, cabinetmaker (B.), house 46 Winter 
Muller Rudolph, musical instrument maker, b. 155 Spring 
Muller William, tanner, Tannery, house do. 
Mullett Frank B., teamster, 113 Broadway, house 65 

Hampshire 
Mullett Frank C, confectioner, 503 Main, h. 27 Sidney 
Mullett Susan, widow of John, house 6 Green 
Mullett Walter A., confectioner, 503 Main, bds. 6 Green 
Mullett William, police, house 69 Spring [yoke 

Mullett William H., engineer University Press, h. 33 Hol- 
Mulligan Mary, widow of Michael, house 23 Hayes court 
Mulligan John, laborer, house rear 24 Decatur 
Mulligan John, brassmolder, house 1 Front street court 
Mulligan Thomas, laborer, house 10 North 
Mulliken Edward Mrs., house 11 Walden [Lexington 
Mulliken John E. A., clerk H. Wellington & Co., bds. at 
Mullin Christopher, watchman, house 10 Harrison 
Mullin George H., lawyer (37 Tremont, B.J, boards 408 

Harvard 
Mullin James S., machinist, rooms 12 Broadway 
Mullin John, laborer, house 86 Elm 
Mullin Peter, grocer, 54 Putnam av., house 30 do. 
Mullins James, printer (B.), boards 168 Franklin 
Mullins Patrick, printer (B.), house 168 Franklin 
Mullins Thomas, real estate agent and money broker, 21 

Third, house do. 
Mulloy William A., organ tuner G. Woods & Co., house 

at East Boston 
Mulrey Michael, laborer, house 20 Foster 
Mulvabill Jeremiah, laborer, house 203 Franklin 
Mulvahill Mary L., widow of John, house 252 Franklin 
Mulvahill Thomas, laborer, house 203 Franklin 
Mulvaney Morris, laborer, house 10 Third 

Mumford , widow, house 240 Cambridge 

Mumler John F., foreman electrotype rooms Welch, Bige- 

low & Co., house 10 Charles River 
Mundy John F. Rev., house Norfolk, near the church 
•Mundy Patrick, stonecutter, house 34 Charles 
Mungen Ogis, carpenter, house 29 Bolton 

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CAMBRIDGE [J{] DIRECTORY. 307 

Munnion Frank, laborer, house Bolton, near Dublin 
Munnion Michael, laborer, house Bolton, near Dublin 
Munnion Patrick, laborer, house 112 Dublin 
Munnion Patrick, laborer, house 112 Dublin 
Munroe Amos, house 63 Auburn 
Munroe Charles, laborer, house 11 Webster avenue 
Munroe Charles, mason, house 19 Eliot [Boston 

Munroe Charles F., glass decorator N. E. Glass Co., bds. at 
Munroe Charles H., provisions, 568 Main, h. 61 Auburn 
Munroe Charles W., real estate, First, corner Thorndike 

(E. C), house Francis avenue, off Kirkland 
Munroe Edmund Mrs., house 471 Broadway 
Munroe Emma F. Miss, teacher Cambridge high school, 

boards 127 Cambridge [bridge 

Munroe Enoch, wheelwright, 52 Cambridge, h. 127 Cam- 
Munroe Francis E., boards 24 Pearl 
Munroe George H., clerk, 125 Cambridge, bds. 127 do. 
Munroe George H., boards 35 Dunster 
Munroe Henry P., musicteacher, house 24 Pearl 
Munroe James A., bookkeeper (20 Dock square, B.), bds. 

Nutting place 
Munroe John H., gardner, house 35 Dunster 
Munroe Murdock, carpenter, boards 11 Eighth 
Munroe Nathaniel car inspector U. R. Co., bds. 35 Dunster 
Munroe Nathaniel W., saloon, 99 Cambridge, house do. 
Munroe Philip C, saloon, 141 Main and 11 Webster av., 

house 11 Webster auenue 
Munroe Sarah R. M., widow of James, h. 71 North av. 
MUNROE WILLIAM A., business agent for Redding's 

Russia Salve, rear 23 Main and rear 111 Cambridge, 

house at Waverly 
Munroe William A., lawyer (35 Court, B.), house Acorn, 

corner Chestnut 
'Munroe William W., house 78 Franklin 
Munroe, see also Monroe 
Muns James, laborer, house 6 Dinsmore court 
Munz Charles L., carver, house 53 Clark 
Murch Charles H., carriageworker, 904 Main, rooms 47 

Mt. Auburn 
Murch Daniel, carpenter, house 18 Coggswell avenue 
Murch George O., produce (2 Russia wharf, B.), boards 

255 North avenue 
Murch Herbert A., carpenter, bds. 18 Coggswell avenue 
Murdoch John, proctor H. TJ., rooms 5 Gray's Hall 
Murdock Frank R., carpenter, h. Western av., n. Hewes 
Murdock Frank R., confectionery and fruit, 111^ Cam- 
bridge, house 15 Putnam court 

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308 CAMBRIDGE [Jf] DIRECTORY. 

Murdock George T., clerk, 2 Brewer's block, Brattle sq., 

boards 15 Putnam court 
Murdock Sabrina, widow of Asa, house 661 Main 
Murdock Walter EL, nurseryman, house rear Western av., 

near Putnam avenue 
Murdock William L., clerk, 2 Brewer's block, Brattle sq., 

boards 15 Putnam court 
Murdock William R., carpenter, house 15 Putnam court 
Murdough Henry T., laborer, house rear 109 Elm 
Murley David, laborer, house 58 Spruce 
Murphy Cornelius, laborer, house rear 16 Hayes court 
Murphy Cornelius, laborer, house Harding 
Murphy Cornelius, laborer, house Jefferson, n. Warren 
Murphy Cornelius, tailor, house Reed, cor, -Belmont 
Murphy Cornelius A., grocer, 80 Concord avenue, boards 

Cornelius Murphy's, Reed 
Murphy Daniel, laborer, house 24 Vine 
Murphy Daniel, engineer, house rear 28 Washington 
Murphy Daniel, carpenter, house 11 West 
Murphy Daniel, laborer, house 186 Hampshire 
Murphy Daniel, teamster, house 32 Hancock 
Murphy Daniel C, teamster, boards 32 Hancock 
Murphy Daniel J., coachman at Kennedy's, 8 Highland 
Murphy Daniel J., laborer, boards J. Murphy's, Harding 
Murphy David, boards J. Murphy's, Reed 
Murphy Dennis, hostler, 120 Green, boards 95 do. 
Murphy Dennis, laborer, house 78 Vine 
Murphy Dennis, laborer, house 45 Amory 
Murphy Edward, brassfinisher, 368 Main, h. 93 Harvard 
Murphy Edward J., shipping clerk (186 State, B.), boards 

6 Third 
Murphy Ellen, widow of Michael, house 12 Short 
Murphy Frances C, waiter, house 188 Hampshire 
Murphy George S., produce dealer (55 Chatham, B.), bds. 

19 Forest 
Murphy Isaac, raftsman, house 68 Second 
Murphy James, teamster, house 251 Franklin 
Murphy James, laborer, house 43 Baldwin 
Murphy James, laborer, house Porter, near Warren 
Murphy James, laborer, house 23 Cowperthwait 
Murphy James, laborer, house Foster, near Sparks 
Murphy James I., clerk, house 110 Fourth 
Murphy James J., laborer, house 141 Elm 
Murphy Jeremiah, marblecutter, house 221 Franklin 
Murphy Jeremiah, engineer, house 166)^ Norfolk 
Murphy Jeremiah, glassmaker, boards 59 North 
Murphy Jeremiah, teamster, house 87 Brookline 

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CAMBRIDGE [M] DIRECTORY. 309 

Murphy Jeremiah, grocer, 187 Dublin, house do. 

Murphy Jeremiah, laborer, house, Harding, n. Cambridge 

Murphy Jeremiah, laborer, house 91 Tremont 

Murphy Jeremiah, laborer, house Reed, near Spruce 

Murphy Jeremiah, laborer, h. McCabe, n. Cambridge 

Murphy Jeremiah, stonemason, house 104 Tremont 

Murphy Jeremiah, tailor, house 99 Kinnaird 

Murphy John, boards 187 Dublin 

Murphy John, blacksmith, house 249 Franklin 

Murphy John, butcher, house 7 Carson 

Murphy John, clerk, 369 Cambridge, boards 508 do. 

Murphy John, cooper, house Willow place 

Murphy John, gatetender L. R. R., boards 4 Third 

Murphy John, gardener, house 80 Concord avenue 

Murphy John, laborer, house Norfolk court 

Murphy John, laborer, house 41 Banks 

Murphy John, laborer, house 3 Tuttle 

Murphy John, laborer, house 201 Franklin 

Murphy John, teamster, h. Montgomery, n. Spruce 

Murphy John, laborer, house 191 Dublin 

Murphy John, laborer, house 163 Franklin 

Murphy John, hostler, house 22 Charles River 

Murphy John, teamster, bouse 210 Cambridge 

Murphy John, clerk (B ), h. 4 Foster's blk., r. 87 Main 

Murphy John, brassfinisher, house 182 Green 

Murphy John, glassmaker N. E. Glass Co., bds. 59 Fourth 

Murphy John, laborer, house Lech mere block, 132 Bridge 

Murphy John, laborer, house 10 North 

Murphy John, blacksmith U. R. Co., house 1 Foster 

Murphy John, painter, boards J. Murphy's, Reed 

Murphy John A,, carpenter, house rear 189 Hampshire 

Murphy John E., mason, house 160 Dublin 

Murphy John F., hostler F. F. Stockwell, h. 74 Spruce 

Murphy John H., saloon, 161)^ Broadway, house do. 

Murphy Joseph, shoemaker, house Garden court 

Murphy Julia, widow, house 161 Otis 

Murphy Julia Mrs., dressmaker, h. 3 Lechmere place 

Murphy Martin, laborer, house 124 Spruce 

Murphy Mary, widow, house 8 Winter 

Murphy Mary, widow of Jeremiah, h. r. 221 Franklin 

Murphy Mary, widow of John, house 32 Charles 

Murphy Mary, widow of Timothy, house 59 North 

Murphy Mary Miss, house 84 Fifth 

Murphy Matthew, cabinetmaker Worcester Brothers, h. 

102 Cambridge 
Murphy Maurice, laborer, boards 194 Dublin 
Murphy Michael, laborer, house rear 114 Broadway 

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310 CAMBRIDGE Qf] DIRECTORY. 

Murphy Michael, fireman B. L. & N. R. R., h. 52 Fifth 

Murphy Michael, horse trader, house 49 Reed 

Murphy Michael, harness cleaner, 120 Green, boards do 

Murphy Michael, laborer, house rear 53 Vine 

Murphy Michael, laborer, house 84 Fifth 

Murphy Michael, laborer, house Warren 

Murphy Morris, laborer, boards 119 Prospect 

Murphy Morris, laborer, boards J. Murphy's, Reed 

Murphy Patrick, building mover, h. Hunting, n. Cambridge 

Murphy Patrick, laborer, house 18 East 

Murphy Patrick, teamster, boards 5 Davis 

Murphy Patrick, laborer, house 188 Bridge 

Murphy Patrick, slater, house 169 Otis 

Murphy Patrick, laborer, house rear 23 Carson 

Murphy Patrick, house Hunting, near Cambridge 

Murphy Patrick, laborer, h. Mt. Auburn, opp. Sparks 

Murphy Patrick, laborer, house 186 Bridge 

Murphy Patrick, laborer, house rear 23 Carson 

Murphy Patrick, laborer, house 119 Fourth 

Murphy Patrick A., glassmaker, house 52 Charles 

Murphy Peter P., cabinetmaker, house 3 Union 

Murphy Philip F., salesman, house 118 Brookline 

Murphy Pierce, laborer, house 154 Third 

Murphy Thomas, laborer, bds. J. Murphy's, Harding 

Murphy Thomas, laborer, house 242 Cambridge 

Murphy Thomas, laborer, house 452 Cambridge 

Murphy Thomas, laborer, house 55 North 

Murphy Thomas, laborer, house rear 30 Gore 

Murphy Thomas, laborer, house Warren 

Murphy Thomas, teamster, boards 11 Winter 

Murphy Thomas, painter, boards 451 Cambridge 

Murphy Thomas, stonemason, house 19 Hayes court 

Murphy Thomas, teamster, 127 Bridge, house 17 Winter 

Murphy Thomas C, engineer, 72 Main, h.242 Cambridge 

Murphy Timothy, laborer, house 213 Franklin 

Murphy Timothy, laborer, house 145 Elm 

Murphy Timothy, mason, house 10 Antrim 

Murphy William, laborer, house 151 Franklin 

Murphy Wm. J., harnessmaker, 2 Cambridge, h. at Boston 

Murphy William J., metalworker, house r. 17 Baldwin 

Murray Bridget Mrs., house 26 Brookline 

Murray Catherine, widow of Henry, h. r. 99 Cambridge 

Murray Chas. W., clerk (F. H. Market, B.), boards 75 

Fifth 
Murray Dennis J., gardener, house 6 Short 
Murray Elizabeth Mrs., house 131 Spring 
Murray Elizabeth, house 108 Spring 

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CAMBEIDGE [Jf] DIEECTOKY. 311 

Murray George, carpenter, house 69 Western av. 

Murray George, machinist, 358 Main, h. 182 Harvard 

Murray George, jr., machinist, house 37 School st. place 

Murray Henry A., patternmaker, house 53 Winsor 

Murray James, boilermaker, 92 Main, house 28 Dock 

Murray James E., police, station No. 2, h. 128 Green 

Murray James H., buttermaker, boards 128 Brookliue 

Murray John, clerk (B.), house 193 Main 

Murray John F., police, station 3, boards 33 Winter 

Murray Lawrence, laborer, boards 4 Fourth 

Murray Mary, widow, house 508 Cambridge 

Murray Michael, laborer, boards 5 Vine 

Murray Patrick D., machinist, 72 Main, h. 52 Charles 

Murray Patrick, laborer, house 33 Winter 

Murray Peter, laborer, house r. 52 Charles 

Murray Richard, milkman, boards 33 Winter 

Murray Thomas, clerk, house 162 Norfolk 

Murray Thomas, laborer, boards 164 Gore 

Murray Thomas, teamster, house 20 North 

Murray Wm. H., hairdresser, 390 Cambridge, h. 23 Wash. 

Murray & McMenimen, painters, 99 Cambridge 

Mushet James A., confectioner (37 Union, B.), h. 31 Green 

Muzzey Artemus B., clergyman, bds. 60 Brattle 

Muzzey Austin K., student, bds. H. W. Muzzey's, Mount 

Auburn 
Muzzey George E., driver hose 4, h. Russell, n. Elm 
Muzzey Henry W., lawyer (7 Court sq., B.), h. Mt. Au- 
burn, cor. Coolidge av. 
Myer August (Myer & Co.), baker, 442 Cambridge, h. do. 
Myer Bernhard (Myer & Co.), baker, 442 Cambridge, h do. 
Myer William, cabinetmaker, house 106 Third 
Myer & Co. (August and Bernhard Myer), bakers, 442 

Cambridge 
Myers Godfrey, lager beer saloon and boardinghouse, 56 

Cambridge, house do. 
Myers Henry, engineer, house 43 Reed 
Myers James J., counselor at law (61 Court, B.), bds. 1 

Wads worth House 
MYLES THOMAS F., merchant tailor and gents' fur- 
nishing goods, 501 Main, house do. 
Myrick Augusta G., widow of George, h. 139 Thorndike 
Myrick Edward, carpenter, boards 15 Pleasant 
Myrick Richard S., carpenter, boards 15 Pleasant 

NAGLE ELIZABETH MRS., house 58 North avenue 
Nagle Garrett, harnesscleaner, h. Brookline, c. Auburn 
Nagle John, laborer, boards rear 23 Carson 

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312 CAMBRIDGE [Jf] DIRECTORY. 

Nagle John, spring-bedmaker, house 19 Decatur 

Nash Frank E., teamster Worcester Brothers, rooms 24 

Hoi yoke 
Nash George, sewing machines and agent for Buttrick's 

patterns, 541 Main, h. 58 Pleasant 
Nash George W., student H. XL, rooms 58 Pleasant 
Nash Harry, student- H. IT., rooms 5 Lawrence Hall 
Nash Henry H., horseclothing cutter (40 Sudbury, B.), 

h. 5 Roger's block, Main 
Nash Nattie, telegraph operator (B.), bds. 119 Otis 
Nash Samuel, milllwright, house 41 Baldwin 
Nason Edward, clerk, house 14 Warland 
Nason James L., clerk Prospect House, 598 Main, b. do. 
Nason Mary E., teacher Thorndike grammar school, bds. 

157 Cambridge 
Nason William A., lawyer L. Marrett, Lechmere Bank 

building, bds. 96 Thorndike 
Natale Emma Mrs., house 14 Rockwell 
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Richardson, cash., 553 Main 
Nay Charles W., salesman, rooms 35 Inman 
Nay Frank T., bookkeeper (61 Quincy Market, B.), h. 

36 Bigelow 
Nay Isaac A. (Nay & Dodge), provision dealer, 655 Main 

and 25 Central sq., h. 35 Inman 
Nay Mary J., widow of Samuel F., house 127 Prospect 
Nay & Dodge (Isaac A, Nay and Win. H. Dodge), pro- 
visions, 655 Main and 25 Central sq. 
Neal Sarah, widow of Samuel, house 23 Sacramento 
Neal Theo. A., upholsterer, h. 28 Tremont [mento 

Neal Wm. H., woolens (59 Franklin, B.), house 23 Sacra- 
Neale Addison M., cabinetmaker, boards 109 Pearl 
Neale Emory F., stereotyper, house 40 Market 
Neale Nathaniel, mason, house 109 Pearl 
NEALE OTIS S. (M. Fairbanks & Co.). mineral water 

(Howard, B.), h. 106 Prospect 
Nealley Charles D., machinist, 368 Main, bds. 416 Main 
Nealley Hattie T. Miss, teacher Washington grammar 

school, bds. 27 Trowbridge 
Nealley James D., machinist, boards 416 Main 
Nee Coleman, stonecutter, bds. rear 34 Charles 
Needham Almira P. Miss, house 47 Garden 
Needham Benjamin, gardener, house 82 Oxford 
Neff Francis E., clerk, 257 Cambridge, bds. at Boston 
Neilon Frederick S., boards 144 Thorndike 
Neilon Maria Mrs., house 144 Thorndike [n. Spruce 

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CAMBRIDGE [N] DIRECTORY. 313 

Neligan Maurice T. (Nelligan & Son), merchant, tailor 

533 Main, h. Portland, near Main 
Neligan Patrick (Patrick Nelligan & Son), merchant tail- 
or, 533 Main, house Portland, near Main 
Neligan, Richard, laborer, boards 163 Dublin 
Neligan Thomas, laborer, house 163 Dublin 
Neligan & Son (Patrick and Maurice T. Neligan), mer- 
chant tailors, 533 Main 
Nelligan David, laborer, house 78 Spruce 
Nelligan Maurice, laborer, house 168 Dublin 
Nelligan John, laborer, boards 113 Spruce 
Nelligan John F., stonecutter, boards 44 Foster 
Nelligan Peter, carpenter, house 44 Foster 
Nelligan Peter, sexton Catholic Cemetery, Spruce, house 
95 Spruce [40 Seventh 

Nellson Augustus W., stairbuilder (Charlestown, B.), h. 
Nelson Charles A., bookkeeper, house 7 Pleasant place 
Nelson Horace, foreman (29 India, B.), h. 4 Gore place 
Nelson James, cabinetmaker, house 128 Norfolk 
Nelson James, printer Riverside, house 71 Inman 
Nelson James H., gilder, boards 101 Spring 
Nelson John, tailor (18 Province ct., B.), h. 128 Bridge 
Nelson John Mrs., house 101 Spring 
Nelson Mathias, sailmaker, house 110 Gore 
Nelson Timothy, lather, house rear 15 Pine 
Nesbitt James W., grocer, 1 Flagg, house do. 
Nesbitt John (J. and R. B. Nesbitt), carpenter, h. Concord 
av., cor. Walden [den 

Nesbitt John, jr., carpenter, boards Concord av., cor. Wal- 
NESBITT J. & R. B. (John and Robert B.), carpenters 

and builders, Mill, foot of Holyoke 
Nesbitt Robert B. (J. and R. B. Nesbitt), carpenter, h. 

Concord av., corner Walden 
Nesdel Catherine, widow, house 17 Washington 
Nesdel Frank F. (Kanaly & Nesdel), newspapers, etc., 412 

Cambridge, boards 17 Washington 
Nesdel Peter, upholsterer, boards 17 Washington 
Neth Michael, baker, house 84 Fifth 
Netzeber Max, architect, house 38 Spring 
Neubert Charles G., cabinetmaker, house 82 Harvard 
Neumaier Frank, laborer, house 12 Sargent 
Neumaier Joseph, currier, boards 12 Sargent 
Neumaier Martin, teamster, boards 12 Sargent 
Nevals Patrick, laborer, house 125 Dublin 
Neville Honora, widow, house Warren 
Neville William, hackdriver J. Pike, Main, opp. Pearl, h. 
14 Cowperthwait 

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NEVONS HIRAM, paver and contractor, house 254 

Broadway 
Newcomb Charles S., carpenter, house 12 Gardner 
Newcomb John, cabinetmaker, house 117 Spring 
Newcomb William A., carpenter, house 89 Tremont 
Newell Annie, widow of Richard, house 41 Brookline 
Newell Arthur EL, boards 16 Fayette 
Newell Charles A., bookkeeper, boards 16 Fayette 
Newell Charles S. Mrs., house 16 Fayette 
Newell Frank, mariner, house 1 Washington 
Newell James S., boards 16 Fayette 
Newell Robert R., counsellor (13 Pemberton sq., B..), bds, 

20 Berkeley 
Newell VVashington Allston, boards 16 Fayette 
Newell William, clergyman, house 20 Berkeley 
New England Glass Co., North street, cor. Water, East 
Cambridge, W. L. Libbey, agent, treasurer's office (41 
State, B.) [Fairmont 

Newgent Thomas G., designer (87 Summer, B.), house 10 
Newhall Charles, jr., provisions (4 Blackstone market, 

B.), house 15 Roseland 
Newhall Charles H., physician, boards 7 Shepard 
Newhall Ebenezer Rev., house 7 Shepard 
Newhall Louis, hairdresser, boards 136 Pleasant 

Newhall , driver TJ. R. R., boards 1 Oak 

Newman Cornelius, saloon, Jefferson, opp. McCabe, h. do. 
Newman Edward B., clerk, 27 Gore, house 72 Gore 
Newman Elizabeth, widow of John B., house 28 Winter 
Newman Ellen, widow of Edward, house 45 Winter 
Newman Henry, varnish er (B.), house 26 Park 
Newman Henry A., organfinisher G. Woods & Co., 624 

Main, house 30 Park 
Newman Joseph, com. mer. (26 Hawley, B.), bds. 5 White 
Newman Leonard G., carpenter, house 53 Clark 
Newman Lizzie, widow of John, boards 28 Winter 
Newman Mary Mrs., house 6 Lopez 

Newman Michael, teamster, house McCabe, n. Cambridge 
Newman Patrick, hostler, house Ninth, near Cambridge 
Newman Stephen I., cigarmaker, house 25 Walnut court 
Newman Thomas, laborer, house 97 Elm [Winter 

Newman William F., cabinetmaker Geldowsky, house 42 
Newmarch Joseph, baker, house 149 Harvard 
Newton Henry F., signalman (G. J. R. R.), house Chest- 
nut, near Sidney 
Neylon John, mason, boards 7 Reed 
Nicholas Wilson, blacksmith, house 23 Hastings 
Nichols Charles, coachman, house 14 Dinsmore court 

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Nichols Charles B., carpenter, h. 8 Crescent, n. Oxford 
Nichols Curtis C, treasurer Boston Five Cent Savings 

Bank (38 School, B.), house 11 Magazine 
Nichols David L., tobacco (114 Broad, B.),h. 324 Harvard 
Nichols Edgar H., student H. IT., rooms 33 Kirkland 
Nichols Edward T., melodeonmaker, house 40 Columbia 
Nichols George, editor, house 159 Brattle 
Nichols George M,, physician, 169 Cambridge 
Nichols Horace H., clerk (202 Devonshire, B.), house 4 

Percy place 
Nichols H. C, apothecary, Stratton's block, 169 Cam- 
bridge, house 167 do. 
Nichols Ichabod Mrs., house 33 Kirkland 
Nichols John C, clerk (117 Devonshire, B.), boards 3 

Allston place 
Nichols John T. G., physician, office, 63 Brattle, h. do. 
Nichols John W. T., clerk (63 Franklin, B.), boards 159 

Brattle 
Nichols Joseph, mason, house 89 Auburn 
Nichols Sarah S., widow of Thomas P., h. 18 Howard 
Nicholson Andrew, meat and vegetables, bds. 21 Cottage 
Nicholson Frances, widow of Charles, h. 222 Broadway 
Nicholson Joseph, hostler J. C. Bancroft, house Somer- 

ville avenue, near Union square 
Nicholson Mary, widow of John, house 20 Dublin 
Nicholson Patrick, horseshoer, Palmer, bds. at Boston 
Nicholson R. Mitchell, carpenter, h. Lake View avenue 
Nicholson Sylvanus, express, house 21 Cottage 
Nickelson William, policeman, station 2, h. 6 Village 
Nickerson Israel F., carpenter, house 69 Moore 
Nickerson Sally (American Net and Twine Co.), Third, 
house at Somerville [lumbia 

Nickerson Seth L., boots and shoes, 537 Main, h. 78 Co- 
Nicol James, oyster lunch room, 122 Cambridge, house 

75 Gore 
Nicol John F., cabinetmaker, house 67 Spring 
Nihan Frank, teamster, house Bridge, opp. Prison Point 
Nihan Thomas, laborer, house 20 North 
Niles John B., printer (115 State, B ), house Mt. Pleas- 
ant, near Walden 
Niles Nathaniel, printer (115 State, B.), house Mt. Pleas- 
ant, near Walden 
Niles Sullivan, pork (31 F. H. Market, B.), h. Wash. av. 
Niles W. Harmon, naturalist, boards 416 Harvard 
Nilson Nels, heleotype photographer (B.), bds. 14 Soden 
Nims Charles W. P., traveling salesman A. H. Hewes & 
Co., boards J. Briggs', Walden 

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316 CAMBRIDGE [Jf] DIRECTORY. 

Nixon Alexander, peddler, house Harding, near Porter 

Nixon Edward, teamster, house 21 Valentine 

Nixon Margaret, widow of George, h. 18 May nam place 

Nixon John, grocer, 132 Brookline, house 4 Hamilton 

Nixon Robert, galvanizer D. S. Co., 132 Pleasant 

Nixon William, grocer, McCabe, cor. Cambridge, h. do. 

Noble David A., mason, house 13 Amory 

Noble George W. C, teacher private school (40 W inter, 

B), house 21 Concord avenue 
Noble Robert, cooper, house 8 Rogers block, Main 
Noble William, printer, boards 12 Mt. Auburn 
Noera Francis, britannia worker F. Draper & Co., house 

61 Spring 
Noera Joseph, hairdresser, boards 61 Spring 
Noera Vincent, boards 61 Spring 
Nolan Dennis, laborer, house rear 14 Hayes court 
Nolan Edward J., glassworker, house 103 Spring 
^olan James, teamster with Geo. G. Wright, house 47 

Sacramento 
Nolan John, expressman, house Franklin, n. Hancock 
Nolan John F., bookbinder, house 257 Franklin 
Nolan Kate Miss, house 47 Gore 

Nolan Michael, in (Custom House, B.), h. Willow place 
Nolan Michael, laborer, house Harvey, near Montgomery 
Nolan Thomas, gardener, house rear 13 Charles River 
Nolan Thomas, paiuter, house 15 Carson 
Nolan Thomas, laborer, house 44 Garden 
Noonan Abbie, widow of Dennis, house 31 Dunster 
Noonan Jeremiah, hostler, house 26 Charles River 
Noonan Jeremiah, hostler, boards 31 Dunster 
Noonan John, junkcollector, house 52 Fifth 
Noonan Mary, widow of Jeremiah, house 40 Winthrop, 

near Brighton [Hancock 

Noonan Thomas F., machinist B. & L. R. R. shop, h. 10 
Norcross Horace, salesman (Winter, B.), bds. 11 River 
Norcross William R., crockery, etc. (18 Merchants row, 

B.), house 34 Kirkland [cor. Cambridge 

Norman Thomas, painter, h. Lechmere building, Bridge, 
Norris Albert (Albert Norris <fc Co.), carpenter, 9 West- 
ern avenue, house 34 do. 
NORRIS ALBERT & CO. (Albert Norris), carpenters, 

9 Western avenue [h. do. 

Norris Albert L., physician and surgeon, 152 Cambridge, 
Noiris Charles A., carpenter, house 727 Cambridge 
Norris James D., clerk, 5 and 6 Harvard row,h. 18 Mason 
Norris Jennie A. Miss, teacher City primary school, at 

Almeshouse, Tannery, boards do. 

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CAMBRIDGE [Jf] DIRECTORY. 3i7 

Norris John E., milkman, house 15 Pleasant place 
Norris Nahum F., pianoforte-key maker, 139 Broadway, 

house 100 Winsor 
Norris William, tailor, house 42 Antrim 
Norris Wm. A., wood and coal, 453 Main, h. 53 Portland 
Norris William H. T., carpenter, house 31 Pleasant 
Norris William H., carpenter, boards 31 Pleasant 
North Avenue Savings Bank, North av., n. Porter's Hotel 
North Avenue Station L. & A. R. R, North av., n. Cedar 
North Cambridge P. O., North avenue, in R. R. depot 
Northey George A., cook, 119 Cambridge, h. at Boston 
North up Charles L., bookkeeper, 610 Main, bds. 11 Norfolk 
Norton Andrews Mrs., house Shady Hill, offKirkland 
Norton Charles E., lecturer on the history of the fine arts 

as connected with literature, H. U., house Shady Hill, 

off Kirk land 
Norton Charles E., soapmaker, boards 128 Winsor 
Norton Edward H., soap manuf., Winsor, junc. Webster 

avenue, house 128 Winsor 
Norton Fanny Mrs., house 172 Franklin 
Norton John, jr., painter, house 102 Kinnaird 
Norton Michael, laborer, house 102 Kinnaird 
Norton Michael, laborer, house Jefferson, near Warren 
Norton Michael, house 25 North avenue 
Norton Patrick, horseshoer U. R. Co., h. 59 Perry 
Norton Peter, printer Riverside Press, h. 172 Franklin 
Norton Theodore, milkman, boards 15 Pleasant place 
Norval Charles, stuccoworker, house 17 Sidney 
Nott Richard, laborer, house lb* Madison 
Nourse Benjamin F., assessor, house 5 Kinnaird 
Nourse Benj. F., jr., clerk, 12 Central sq., h. 5 Kinnaird 
Noxon Schuyler P., agent, boards 49 River 
No well Charles, carpenter, house Chestnut, cor. Acorn 
Nowell Francis S., carpenter, h. Chestnut, cor. Acorn 
Nowell James A., boards 297 Broadway 
Nowell Joseph S., salesman (132 Federal, B.), boards 297 

Broadway 
Nowell Sarah J., widow of James, house 297 Broadway 
Noyes Charles, clergyman, boards 34 Mellen 
Noyes Claudius A., lightning rods (51 West, B.), house 

861 Main 
Noyes Frank, peddler, h. Jefferson, opp. McCabe 
Noyes Frank, soap maker, boards 35 Winsor 
Noyes Geo. E. L., dentist, Henderson's block, North av., 

boards at Somerville 
Noyes George W., mason, house 3 Banks, n. Mt. Auburn 
Noyes Lima N., wid. of James, boardinghouse, 70 Second 

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318 CAMBRIDGE [0] DIRECTORY. 

Noyes Samuel, foreman (65 Franklin, B.), h. 123 Prospect 
Noyes Samuel, jr., salesman (43 Summer, B.), house 13 

Bigelow 
Nudd Carlos, civil engineer, house 52 Prospect 
Nudd Charles H., painter, house 24 East 
Nudd Harriet A. N, widow of Jacob, h. 100 Magazine 
Nugent Michael A., organtuner G. Woods & Co., house 

rear 358 Broadway 
Nugent Patrick, former, house 65 Spring 
Nugent Thomas, laborer, house rear 27 Vine 
Nugent Thomas F., salesman (131 Tremont, B.), boards 

rear 27 Vine 
Nutter Abbie R. Mrs., dressmaker, house rear 110 Main 
Nutter Charles R., rooms 1 Gerry, cor. Chapman place 
Nutting Ephraim M., carriagepainter, Palmer, near Brat- 
tle, boards 1 Symonds block, DeWolf 
Nutting James L., pilot, house 15 Third 
Nutting Jonathan D., hardware, 454 Main, h. 57 Columbia 
Nutting Otis blacksmith, boards 6 Brookline 
Nutting Philip (P. Nutting & Co.), blacksmith, Palmer, 

house Nutting place 
Nutting P. & Co. (Philip Nutting and Joel H. Prescott), 

blacksmiths and wheelwrights, Palmer, n. Brattle 
Nye Alanson Mrs., house 14 Clinton 
Nye Peter, sandpaperer, boards 89 Sixth 
Nyhan Daniel, peddler, house Charles, corner Fifth 

OAKES GEORGE, brassfinisher, house Willow place, n. 

Cambridge 
Oakey John, boilermaker, 92 Main, house 4 Third 
Obery Joseph, glasscutter, house 21 Seventh 
O'Brien Bernard, mason, house 35 Winter 
O'Brien Cornelius, laborer, house 4 Lechmere place 
O'Brien Daniel, plasterer, house 63 Cedar 
O'Brien Dennis, laborer, house 14 Hayes court 
O'Brien Dennis, laborer, house 60 North 
O'Brien Dennis, laborer, house 431 Cambridge 
O'Brien Edmund, laborer, house 32 Somerset 
O'Brien Edmund, jr., machinist, house 55 Fairmont 
O'Brien Edward B., upholsterer, house 86 Sparks 
O'Brien Edward J., lawyer, 5933^ Main, and Cambridge, 

cor. Springfield, bds. 221 Franklin 
O'Brien Ellen, widow of James, house 86 Sparks 
O'Brien Ellen, widow, house 267 Cambridge 
O'Brien Hugh J., flagman, house 271 Main 
O'Brien James, cooper, h. Willow pi., n. Cambridge 
O'Brien James, teamster, house rear 65 Spruce 

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CAMBRIDGE [0] DIRECTORY. 319 

O'Brien James, grocer, 9 Winthrop, n. Dunster, h. do. 
O'Brien James F., brassfinisher, house 131 Brookline 
O'Brien James G., meatpeddler, house 65 Pearl 
O'Brien James H., carpenter, house 382 Cambridge 
O'Brien James H., carpenter, house 15 Winter 
O'Brien James, jr., painter, boards rear 65 Spruce 
O'Brien James M., bookbinder, boards 5 DeWolf 
O'Brien James S., cabinetmaker, house 6 Winter 
O'Brien Jeffrey, laborer, house 11 Wyeth 
O'Brien Jeremiah, gilder, house 89 Harvard 
O'Brien Jeremiah, horseshoer, 496 Main, h. 162 Green 
O'Brien Jeremiah, house Harding, n. Porter 
O'Brien John, laborer, house 7 Conlon's court 
O'Brien John, laborer, house 80 Harvard 
O'Brien John, laborer, boards 12 North 
O'Brien John, painter, house 73 River 
O'Brien John, pastor St. John's church, house 83 Otis 
O'Brien John, carpenter, h. rear 27 Cowperthwait 
O'Brien John, real estate agent, Cambridge, cor. Spring- 
field, house n. do. 
O'Brien John, laborer, house 248 Franklin 
O'Brien John B., woodturner, house 4 Long's block, rear 

134 Broadway 
O'Brien John F., gardener, with P. O'Brien & Son, Mt. 

Auburn, bds. 88 Sparks 
O'Brien Mary, widow, house rear 15 Vine 
O'Brien Mary A., widow of Timothy, h. 19 Gerry 
O'Brien Michael, furnituremover, boards 9 Winthrop 
O'Brien Michael, laborer, house 12 Hayes ct. 
O'Brien Michael, stonecutter, h. 46 Dock 
O'Brien Michael, stonecutter, house 193 Main 
O'Brien Patrick, gardener and contractor, at Mt. Auburn, 

house 88 Sparks 
O'Brien Patrick, laborer, house 15 Reed 
O'Brien Patiick, painter, house 116 Webster avenue 
O'Brien Patrick, tailor (24 School, B.), h. 202 Hampshire 
O'Brien Peter, roofer, house 62 Charles 
O'Brien Terrance, plumber, boards 248 Franklin 
O'Brien Thomas, laborer, boards 5 Dyke 
O'Brien Thomas, currier, bds. N. Mulcahy's, Reed 
O'Brien Thomas, laborer, house 190 Green 
O'Brien Thomas, jr., printer, boards 190 Green 
O'Brien Thnothy, laborer, house 12 North 
O'Brien Timothy, laborer, house 8 Short 
O'Brien Timothy H., provisions, 480 Cambridge, house 

at Somerville 
O'Brien William, grocer, Harvey, n. Cedar, house do. 

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320 CAMBRIDGE [0] DIRECTORY. 

O'Brien William S., cabinetmaker, house 48 Union 
O'Brine Daniel, laborer, house 44 North 
Obst Augustine, cabinetmaker, house 38 Howard 
O'Connell Andrew, laborer, house 125 Third 
O'Connell Charles, laborer, bds. J. J. O'Connell s, Harvey 
O'Connell Charles, ropemaker, 147 Dublin, house do. 
O'Connell Daniel, drygoods, 219 North av., house do. 
O'Connell Daniel, laborer, house 15 Railroad 
O'Connell Daniel, laborer, house 111 Dublin 
O'Connell Dennis, britanniaworker, house r. 21 Carson 
O'Connell Jeffrey, horseshoer, 89 Bridge, bds. at Somerville 
O'Connell Jeremiah, laborer, h. Porter, n. Harding 
O'Connell Jeremiah, painter, boards 111 Dublin 
O'Connell John, buttermaker, house 23 Fourth 
O'Connell John, cooper, house 40 Brookline 
O'Connell John, salesman (Tremont, B.), h. 23 Fourth 
O'Connell John, currier, bds. J. J. O'Connell's, Harvey 
O'Connell John, laborer, house 62 Charles 
O'Connell John J., ropemaker, h. Harvey, c. Montgomery 
O'Connell Margaret, widow of Patrick, h. 1 Linnehan's 

block, Third 
O'Connell Michael, laborer, h. Jefferson, opp. McCabe 
O'Connell Michael, flagman, Dublin st. crossing, house 

129 Dublin [54 Bolton 

O'Connell Patrick, hostler H. K. Parsons & Co., boards 
O'Connell Patrick, slater, house Warren, n. Cambridge 
O'Connell Patrick, tailor, 6 Pearl, h. 15 Lopez 
O'Connell William, boot and shoemaker, bds. 469 Main 
O'Connell William, laborer, house 31 Rice 
O'Connell William, ropemaker, house 147 Dublin 
O'Conner Cornelius, contractor, house 76 Spruce 
O'Conner Cornelius, laborer, house 7 Dyke 
O'Conner James, gardener, house 257 Franklin 
O'Conner James, carver, house 96 Gore 
O'Conner John, laborer, house foot Dunster 
O'Conner Michael, plasterer, house 91 Tremont - 
O'Conners Dennis, laborer, house rear 20 Carson 
O'Connor Ann, widow, house 31 Hampshire 
O'Connor Catherine, widow, house 122 Third 
O'Connor Daniel, foreman, U. R. Co., board 167 Franklin 
O'Connor Daniel, at (Navy yard, Chas'n), h 20 Fourth 
O'Connor Dennis, laborer, house 1 Clay 
O'Connor James, carver, house 96 Gore • 

O'Connor Jeremiah, currier, boards 364 North avenue 
O'Connor Johana, widow, house Porter 
O'Connor John, glassmaker, house 202 Bridge 
O'Connor John, laborer, boards D. Shea's, Montgomery 

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CAMBRIDGE [0] DIRECTORY. 321 

O'Connor John H., laborer, boards 364 North avenue 

O'Connor Joseph, teamster, house Clifton 

O'Connor Margaret, dressmaker, 20 Fourth, boards 20 do. 

O'Connor Martin, mason, house 11 School 

O'Connor Mary, widow of William., saloon 364 North av., 

house do. 
O'Connor Maurice, laborer, house 194 Dublin 
O'Connor Maurice R., clerk, 13 Harvard row, boards 1 

Revere place 
O'Connor Maurice T., gardener, house 36 Ellery 
O'Connor Patrick, laborer, house 69 Spruce 
O'Connor Patrick, laborer, house 11 Sparks 
O'Connor Patrick, laborer, house rear 167 Franklin 
O'Connor Patrick, laborer, house 248 Franklin 
O'Connor Sarah, widow of Maurice, house 31 Bow 
O'Connor Timothy, laborer, house Porter, near Warren 
O'Connor Timothy,- laborer, house 20 Sparks 
O'Connors John, currier, house 194 Dublin 
O'Connors Patrick, laborer, house 65 Spruce 
Odenwaulder George, tanner, house Jackson, near Harvey 
Odiorne Frederick, varnish manufactory (7 India, B.), h. 

287 Harvard 
Odiorne William H., house 287 Harvard 
O'Donnell Constantine, asst. bookkeeper (202 Devonshire, 

B.), boards 26 Second 
O'Donnell Constantine Mrs., house 26 Second 
O'Donnell Francis, painter, boards foot of Third 
O'Donnell Hugh, currier, house 112 Oxford [83 Otis 

O'Donnell Hugh R., asst. pastor St. John's church, house 
O'Donnell James, blacksmith, h. McCabe, n. Cambridge 
O'Donnell James, depotmaster B. & L. & N. R. R., foot 

of Third, house do. [Third 

O'Donnell James P., painter, boards J. O'Donnell's foot of 
O'Donnell Jeremiah, tailor, house rear 44 Washington 
O'Donnell John, peddler, house Jefferson, near Warren 
O'Donnell John, tinsmith, bds. J. O'Donnell's, foot Third 
O'Donnell John J., cooper, 138 Gore, boards East Boston 
O'Donnell Joseph, cooper, house 53 Clark 
O'Donnell Joseph, painter, bds. J. O'donnell's, foot Third 
O'Donnell Madeline, widow, house 35 Somerset 
O'Donnell Patrick, glassmaker, house 188 Norfolk 
O'Donnell Peter, laborer, house 17 Grant 
O'Donnell William, laborer, house 17 Grant 
O'Donohue John, clerk, 75 Cambridge, house do. 
O'Donohue Julia Mrs., furniture, 75 Cambridge, house do. 
Ofiinger Charles, cabinetmaker, house 6 Portland 
Ogilve Lawrence, printer J. Wilson & Son, bds. 25 Baldwin 

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322 CAMBRIDGE [0] DIRECTORY. 

Ogle Thomas Mrs., house 46 Hastings [Hotel 

O'Gorman Edward, blacksmith, 202 North av.,bds. Porter's 

O'Haire John, laborer, house 52 North 

O'Haire Patrick, plasterer, house Reed, near Belmont 

O'Hara John, laborer, house rear 78 Brighton 

O'Hara Patrick, woodworker E. B. Blaisdell, h. at Brighton 

O'Hara Peter, tailor, 567 Main, house 22 Harrison 

O'Hara Rose, widow of Edward, house 195 Spruce 

O'Hara Thomas, laborer, house McCabe 

O'Hara Thomas, laborer, house Sidney, near Allston 

O'Hara Thomas, laborer, boards 87 Spruce 

O'Hare Martin, house Elm wood avenue, near Brattle 

O'Hare Stephen, laborer, house Jefferson, near Harding 

O'Hearn Dennis, laborer, house 76 Spruce 

O'Hearn John, laborer, house 32 Auburn 

O'Hearn John, laborer, house 14 East 

O'Hearn Mary, widow of John, h. Railroad, near Sargent 

O'Hearn Maurice, gardener, house 42 Foster 

O'Hearn Maurice, laborer, house 149 Dublin 

O'Hearn Morris, laborer, house 48 Portland 

O'Henley Daniel, cooper, house McCabe, near Cambridge 

O'Keefe Arthur, harnessmaker, house 27 Decatur 

O'Keefe Catherine, widow of Timothy, boards 21 Sixth 

O'Keefe Jeremiah, laborer, house 1 Broadway 

O'Keefe Jeremiah, laborer, boards 106 Tremont 

O'Keefe John, plasterer, boards 8 Conlon's court 

O'Keefe Timothy, laborer, house Jefferson, near McCabe 

O'Leary Bartholomew, painter, 14 Church, rooms 30 Mt. 

Auburn 
O'Leary Dennis, burnisher, house 132 Pleasant 
O'Leary James, varnisher, house 169 Norfolk 
O'Leary John, laborer, house 242 Cambridge 
O'Leary John, laborer, house 55 Charles 
O'Leary John, laborer, boards 6 Lechmere place 
O'Leary John, hostler, house 20 Brighton 
O'Leary John, carpenter, house 197 Dublin 
O'Leary Michael, laborer, house 7 Grant 
O'Leary Thomas, carpenter, house Warren, n. Cambridge 
Oleomargarine Co. of Mass., near Fort Washington 
Olive Geo. M., apothecary clerk, 591 Main, bds. 144 Pearl 
Oliver David M., provision dealer (26 F. H. Market, B.), 

house 423 Broadway 
Oliver George P., pianofortemaker, house 108 Norfolk 
Oliver George R., pianofortemaker, boards 108 Norfolk 
Oliver Harris J., freight agent B. & A. R. R., 257 Cam- 
bridge, house at Maplewood [Prospect. 
Oliver Hubbard, harnessmaker (150 Tremont, B.), h. Ill 



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CAMBRIDGE [0] DIRECTORY. 323 

Oliver Robert H., carpenter, house Warren, n. Cambridge 
Oliver Sarah H., widow of David B., house 16 Holyoke 
Olm Fredrick, laborer, house rear 200 Bridge 
Olmstead Chaney, widow, house rear 358 Broadway 
Olinstead Susan H. Mrs., house 70 Dana [Pleasant 

O'Loughlin John J., boot and shoemaker, 25 River, h. 32 
Olsen Carl, actionmaker Mason & Hamlin 
Olsen Charles, clerk, 403 Main, boards 36 Cherry 
Olson Jonas, grainer, Bridge, cor. Third, h. 41 Tremont 
Olson Peter, laborer, house 240 Cambridge 
Olson Victor, cabinetmaker, house 87)4 Harvard 
Olton Lars, laborer, boards 19 Cambridge 
O'Mara Daniel, wheelwright, 18 Cambridge, boards at 

Charlestown 
O'Neal William, coachman, boards 119 Prospect 
O'Neil Andrew, laborer, house rear 22% Winter 
O'Neil Charles, laborer, house 51 North 
O'Neil Felix, laborer, house rear 25 Grant 
O'Neil Henry, boards 4 Linehan's block, Third 
O'Neil James, laborer, house 53 Clark 
O'Neil James, soapmaker, house 212 Columbia 
O'Neil John, carpenter, bds. S. H. Johnson's, North av. 
O'Neil John, laborer, house Garden court 
O'Neil John, stonecutter, house 172 Third 
O'Neil Michael, laborer, house 5 Tuttle 
O'Neil Michael, laborer, house 14 Railroad 
O'Neil Patrick, laborer, house 35 Winter 
O'Neil Patrick, laborer, house 60 Cedar 
O'Neil Patrick, laborer, house rear 58 Winter 
O'Neil Patrick, stonecutter, house 56 Broadway 
O'Neil Thomas, laborer, house 3 Webster avenue 
O'Neil Thomas, laborer, house 8 Eighth 
O'Neil Thomas, teamster, house 191 Plymouth 
O.'Neil Walter, laborer, house 37 Charles 
O'Neil William, laborer, house 19 Murdock 
O'Neill Arthur, woodcarver, boards 24 Yine 
O'Neill James, watchman L. R. R., house 17 Fifth 
O'Neill James E., bookkeper (Milk, cor. Oliver, B.) bds 

17 Fifth 
O'Neill John, saloon, 1 Pioneer, house do. 
O'Neill John, furniturepolisher, boards 24 Vine 
O'Neill John, grocer, 24 Vine, house do. 
O'Neill John, stonecutter, house 172 Third 
O'Neill Peter, stonecutter, house 172 Third 
O'Neill Samuel O., baker William Wright, h/5 DeWolf 
Orcutt Alfred H., collector (51 North Market, B.), house 

148 Brookline 



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324 CAMBRIDGE [0] DIRECTORY. 

Orcutt Henry J., mason, boards 26 Mt. Auburn 
Orcutt Ira B., house 17 Upton 

Orcutt Wallace A„ baker F. A. Kennedy, bds/518 Main 
Orcutt William A., bookbinder (11 Chardon, B.), house 

29 Hewes [17 Upton 

Orcutt William H., attorney at law (20 Court, B.), bds. 
Orcutt William J., clerk, boards 148 Brookline 
Ordway Aaron, house 20 Worcester 

Ordway Augustus W., clerk Orrin Hall, h. 92 Mt. Auburn 
O'Reilley Francis J., mason, house Holly av., n. Wyeth 
O'Reilley Kate, widow of John J., house 22 Grant 
Orgass August, harnessmaker, boards 57 Gore 
Orgass Charles, brassfinisher, boards 57 Gore 

O'Riley , widow, house 25 Cowperthwait 

Ormsby John, gatetender L. R. R., house 97 River 

Ormsby John Mrs., house 97 River 

Orne Caroline F. Miss, house 49 Auburn 

Orne Charles P., clerk, 493 Main, boards 495 do. 

Orne Joel S., apothecary, 493 Main, house 495 do. 

Orne John, jr., teacher physical department high school, 

house i04 Ellery 
Orphans Home, Avon Hill, near Linnaean 
Orpin John M., tinsmith, boards 7 Douglass 
Orr William Rev., pastor St. Paul's church, h. 24 DeWolf 
Osborn Adolphus, soap and paper makers' supplies (25 

Central wharf, B.), house 141 Austin 
Osborn Anna Maria, private school, 35 Norfolk 
Osborn Eldorado, kindlingwood, 243 Main, h. 60 Sidney 
Osborn Francis A., commission clerk (25 Central wharf, 

B.), boards 141 Austin 
Osborn Frank E., boards 135 Washington 
Osborn Jesse, messenger (43 State, B), h. 73 Putnam av. 
Osborn Mary A. Mrs., house 35 Norfolk 
Osborn Oliver R., cigarmaker, house 33 Brewery 
Osborne Horace K., leather (194 Congress, B.), h. 17 Lee 
Osborne Mary F. Mrs., house 95 Green 
Osgood George, hats, caps, and furs (61 Chauncy, B.), h. 

729 Cambridge ' 
Osgood George E., student Episcopal Theological Sem- 
inary, rooms 3 Lawrence Hall 
Osgood George L., teacher of music (149 A., Tremont, 

B.), house 2 Divinity avenue 
Osgood Jacob N., house 236 Broadway 
Osgood Julia H. Miss, teacher Shepard grammar school, 

boards Elm, cor. Beech 
O'Shea William, bookbinder, house 426 Cambridge 
Osthues Henry, saloon, 33 Fifth, house do. 



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CAMBKIDGE [P] DIRECTORY. 325 

O'Sullivan Eugene, polisher Mason & Hamlin, house 458 

Cambridge 
O'Sullivan Michael T., carpenter, house 89 Elm 
Otis Charles, carpenter, house 13 Mellen * 
Otis George, laborer, house Hastings, near G. J. R. R. 
Otis James K., cabinetmaker (42 Chardon, B.), house 36 

Bigelow 
Otis Robert M., physician, North av., cor. Beech, h. do. 
Otis Walter J., student Scientific school, rooms 40 Mt. 

Auburn 
Otis William G., house 715 Cambridge 
O'Toole James, laborer, house 2 Hastings 
Otto John, machinist, house 62 Harvard 
Otto Catherine, widow of Wm., house 62 Harvard 
Outhwaite Charlotte Mrs., upholstress, house Western 

avenue, corner Central place 
Owen Daniel E., carpenter, boards 2 Columbia 
Owen George, house 17 Ellsworth avenue 
Owen John, author, boards 17 Ellsworth avenue 
Owen Nathaniel Mrs., house 2 Columbia 
Owen Nathaniel L., pianohammer coverer, 555 Main, bds. 

2 Columbia 
Owen Sylvia C. Mrs., boards 3 Berkeley 
Owen William H., clerk, 471 Main, bds. 2 Columbia 
Owens Cornelius, laborer, boards 164 Gore 
Owens Hugh, mason, house 97 Fifth 
Owens James, plasterer, house Carson, corner Gore 
Owens James, laborer, house Bristol 
Owler William, printer Riverside, h. 25 Blackstone 
Owler William, jr., printer, house 52 Sidney 
Oxford Charles W. (J. M. Oxford & Co.), furniture and 

kitchen furnishing goods, 259 Main, h. at Woburn 
Oxford Joseph M. (J. M. Oxford & Co.), furniture and 

kitchen furnishing goods, 529 Main, h. 24 Cottage 
Oxford J. M. & Co. (Joseph M. and Charles W. Oxford), 

furniture and Kitchen furnishing goods, 529 Main 

PACKARD ALMOND, florist, boards 229 North av. 

Packard Alonzo (Packard & Burrill), brush mnfr., 60 
Cambridge, house 101 Thorndike 

Packard Alvin, house 90 Norfolk 

Packard Emery J., carpenter, boards 90 Norfolk 

Packard Frederick A., com. mer. (26 Hawley, B.), house 
7 White 

Packard Leonard H., carpenter, house 26 Tremont 

Packard & Burrill (Alonzo Packard and Charles O. Bur- 
rill), brush mnfrs., 60 Cambridge and (33 Exchange,B.) 

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326 . CAMBRIDGE [P] DIRECTORY. 

Packer Clinton M., carpenter, boards 170 Brookline 
Packer James W., builder, house 170 Brookline 
Packwood John, glasscutter, house 76 Spring 
Page Carlos L.,* safety attachment for elevators, and pro- 
visions, 69 Norfolk, house 1 Green 
Page George G. (Geo. G. Page & Co.), box mnfr., Broad- 
way, junction Hampshire, house 445 Cambridge 
Page George G. & Co. (George G., Ovando G., and Wes- 
ley L. Page), boxmnfrs., Hampshire, junc. Broadway 
Page Julia, widow of Asa, house 37 Pleasant 
Page Ovando G. (George G. Page & Co.), box mnfr., 

Hampshire, junction Broadway, h. 141 Washington 
Page Paul T., house 115 Inman 
Page Perkins C, produce dealer, house 21 Prospect 
Page Sarah H. Miss, private school, 29 Everett 
Page Wesley L. (George G. Page & Co.), box mnfr., bds. 

117 Washington 
Page William, house 23 Lee 

Page William C. D., machinist, 72 Main, h. 123 Fourth 
Paige Edwin M., driver F. A. Kennedy, bds 2 Sidney 
Paige Lucius R., house 112 Washington [ton 

Paine Chas. M., optican (544 Wash., B.), h. 84 Washing- 
Paine Eben IL, clerk (112 Arch, B.), bds. 162 North av. 
Paine Frederick W., boards 84 Washington 
Paine George W., trunk maker, 513 Main, bds. 518 Main 
Paine Henry W., counselor, (53 Tremont, B.), house 66 

Sparks 
Paine John K., professor of music H. U., h. 8 Frisbie pi. 
Paine John S., furniture (48 Canal, B.), house 8 Dana 
Paine Josiah R., trunks, valises, etc., 513 Main, bds. 518 do. 
Paine William L., jr., salesman, 21 Brattle sq., boards 45 

Mt. Auburn 
Palfrey Caznau Rev., house 19 Everett 
Palfrey John G., author, house Oxford, opp. Everett 
Palmas Charles, janitor, h. off Mt. Auburn, near Eliot 
Palmer Allison H., tuner Manson & Hamlin, h. at Chelsea 
Palmer George H., asst. prof, of philosophy, and curator 

of the Gray engravings H. XL, h. 3 Garden 
Palmer George R., teamster, house 6 Lopez 
Palmer Granville, carpenter, house 19 Bigelow 
Palmer James, confectioner, boards 34 Broadway 
Palmer James M., traveling agent, house 21 Fayette 
Palmer John, cutter, house 34 Broadway 
Palmer John, grocer, Gore, cor. Second, h. 86 Gore 
Palmer John K., physician, house 736 Main 
Palmer Nancy C. Miss, house 89 Gore 
Palmer Samuel, house 173 Harvard 

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CAMBRIDGE [P] DIRECTORY. 327 

Palmer Wm. H., ivorylayer, 139 Broadway, h. 108 Pearl 

Pancoast Charles W., bookkeeper, 446 Main, h. 28 Franklin 

Palor George, fruitpeddler, house 56 Charles 

Parham Richard, porter, house rear 31^ Hastings 

Paris Francis, bds. Charles Eutabrouks, Crescent 

Park Abbie Mrs., dressmaker, house 369 Main 

Park C. W., widow of A. C, house 678 Main 

Park Edward G., engineer B. L. & N. R. R., bds. 3 East 

Park Geo. W., lawyer (46 Court, B.), h. 24 Arlington 

Park John, carpenter, house 19 Green 

Park Jonathan, woodturner, house rear 110 Main 

Parke Thos., jr., works for F. A. Kennedy, h. 10 Perry 

Parker Ann, widow of John, house 14 Dublin 

Parker A. James, machinist, boards 89 North av. 

PARKER ARTE MAS, stonecontractor, 43 Main, house 

at Boston 
PARKER BENJAMIN" F., doors, sashes and blinds (9 

and 10 Charlestown, B.) h. 24 Sacramento 
Parker Bridget, widow of John T., house 249 Franklin 
Parker Carlton Mrs., house 30 Tremont 
Parker Caroline, widow of Theodore D., h. 18 Garden 
Parker Charlotte R., widow of John, h. 46 Trowbridge 
Parker Christopher C, waiter Memorial Hall, rooms 

Holmes place 
Parker Daniel W., house 132 Pearl 
Parker Edmund M., student H. IT., boards 5 Craigie 
Parker Edwin C, compositor Riverside, house 6 Tufts 
Parker Edward H., clerk (27 Winter, B.), b. 30 Tremont 
Parker Eliza C. Miss, house 23 Garden 
Parker Ellen, widow of Thomas B,, h. 16 Farwell place 
Parker Ellen M. Miss, teacher Thorndike grammar school, 

boarde 53 Third 
Parker Eugene B., clerk, 655 Main, bds. 32 Western av. 
Parker Frank H., clerk (33 Summer, B.), bds. 30 Tremont 
Parker Fred. C, cigarmaker, 527 Main, h. 67 Brookline 
Parker F. Edward, bookkeeper (B.), house 242 Harvard 
Parker George C, boards 30 Tremont 
Parker George E., brushmaker, house 89 Vine 
Parker George E., jr., machinist B. & L. R. R. shop, bds. 

89 Vine 
Parker Geo, W., treasurer Cambridgeport Diary Co., h. 

at Boston 
PARKER HORATIO G., lawyer (186 Washington, B.), 

house 29 Concord av. 
Parker James, glasscutter, house 127X Bridge 
Parker James, student H. U., rooms 17 Kirkland 
Parker James, waiter Memorial Hall, rooms Holmes pi. 

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328 . CAMBRIDGE [P] DIRECTOEY. 

Parker John, gardener, house 14 Dublin 
Parker J. Augustus, expressmessenger, h. r. 145 Columbia 
Parker Lawrence L., fireman B. & L. R. R., h. 139 Bridge 
Parker Leland N., drygoods and smallwares, Lyceum 

building, Harvard sq., h. 11 Wright 
Parker Luther L., deputy sheriff and coroner, office Lech- 
mere Bank bldg., E. C, h. 38 Second 
Parker Mary, widow of Joel, house 5 Craigie 
Parker Matilda, widow of John, house 101 Putnam av. 
Parker Rufus K., clerk (450 Wash., B.), h. 99 Norfolk 
Parker Sanford A., confectioner, house 30 Sidney 
Parker Thomas (Parker & Ward), hay and grain, 240 

and 242 Main, h. at West Somerville 
Parker Truman R. (Parker & Dodge), agent silvertype 

pictures, 593)^ Main, h. at Somerville 
Parker William, carver, boards 32 Third 
Parker & Dodge (Truman R. Parker and George K. 

Dodge), agents silvertype pictures, 5933^ Main 
PARKER & WARD (Thomas Parker and Andrew A. 

Ward), hay and grain, 240 and 242 Main 
Parkes William, paperhanger, house 1 Fifth 
Parkhill Samuel J., printer, house 10 Western av. 
Parkhurst Charles P., painter, house 2 Squire's ct. 
Parkins Wilford M., driver U. R. Co., h. 98 Putnam av. 
Parkinson Henry A., teamster, house 184 Winsor 
Parkinson John F., butcher, h. 105 Webster av. 
Parkinson Louisa A., widow, house 171 Winsor 
Parks Frank, laborer, boards 14 Lopez [Essex 

Parks James H., policeman, station 2, h. 1 Lamson's blk., 
Parks Jane, widow of James, house 58 Amory 
Parks John, bartender, Lyceum bldg., bcls. 31 Holyoke 
Parks Maggie Miss, nurse, house 58 Sidney 
Parmenter Allston-E., organtuner G. Woods & Co., bds. 

12 Pearl 
Parmenter Ezra, bridge commissioner, h. 37 Second 
Parmenter Wm. H., clerk, h. 4 Lamson's block, Essex 
Parr William H., machinist Mason & Hamlin 
Parris Eli, laborer, house 4 Dinsmore court 
Parrock William, clerk, house 27 Walnut ct. 
Parry C. E., brick manuf., house 29 Rice 
Parry John E., clerk, 225 North av., bds. 29 Rice 
Parry William A., engineer C. E. Parry, bds. 29 Rice 
Parshley Frank E., advertising agent, house 24 Prince 
Parsons Albert S., salesman Cambridgeport Diary Co., h. 

27 Ellsworth avenue 
Parsons Allen B., carpenter, Palmer, n. Brattle, house 35 

Mellen 

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CAMBRIDGE Q>] DIRECTORY. 329 

PARSONS CHARLES A., fish dealer, 215 North av., 

house 213 do. 
Parsons George, mason, house 122 Auburn 
Parsons Harmon (Durgin & Parsons), carpenter, house 

Walden, cor. Mead 
Parsons Henry K. (H. K. Parsons & Co.), boarding and 

livery stable, also hay and straw, 196 North av., bds. 

10 Russell 
Parsons H. K. & Co. (Henry K. Parsons, and George H. 

True), boarding and livery stable, also hay and straw, 

196 North avenue 
Parsons Marion Mrs., house 64 Broadway 
Parsons Mary A. Miss, teacher, boards 85 Mellen 
Parsons Sylvanus M., cattle broker, house 10 Russell 
Parsons Theophilus, ex-professor of law, house 54 Garden 
Parsons William H., clerk, 18 Brattle, boards 35 Mellen 
Partington Edwin, mason, house rear 23 Vine 
Partridge David, casemaker M. & IT. Organ Co., house 

181)^ Harvard [Florence, near Pleasant 

Partridge David E., clerk (B. & A. R. R., B.), house 
Partridge Polly, widow of Henry, house 11 Meacham 
Partridge Welcome L., shipping agt. (125 Commercial, B.), 

house 88 Thorndike 
Parver Frank, carver, boards 5 Linehan's block, Third 
Pasco John J., clerk (47 Franklin, B.), house 37 Cottage 
Patch Amos G., produce (1 F. H. Market, B.), house 35 

Tremont [vard 

Patch Charles A., printer (73 Federal, B.), bds. 269 Har- 
Patch Charles R., oildealer (7 Central whf., B.), h. 269 

Harvard 
Patch Helen E. Miss, copyist, house 11 Shepard 
Patch J. Albert H., organ actionmaker, house 82 Green 
Patch Levi M., hairdresser, 431 Main, house 61 Auburn 
Patch Matilda S., widow of J. M., house 4 Upton 
Patch Otis, clerk (1 F. H. Market, B.), bds. 35 Tremont 
Patchett Edward, butler, house 33 Mill 
Patchett James, in Boston rolling mill, Portland, hose 64 

Hampshire 
Patrick Ralph, printer, house 4 Shepherd's block, rear 

10 Charles River [ilton 

Patriquin John M., salesman (15 Winter, B.), h. 7 Ham- 
Patscheider Gallus, tinsmith, boards 65 Gore 
Patt Julia, widow of Michael, house 196 Franklin 
Pattee A. D., livery stable (260 Hanover, B.), house 47 

Putnam avenue 
Pattee Charles H., attorney at law (33 School, B.), bds. 

47 Putnam av. 

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330 CAMBRIDGE [P] DIRECTORY. 

Pattee George D., livery stable (260 Hanover, B.), house 

47 Putnam avenue 
Pattee W. G. A., law student H. U., rooms 34 Divinity 

Hall 
Patten Albert G., painter, house 12 Rogers block, Main 
Patten John, laborer, house 119 Fourth 
Patten William I., boards 51 Sixth 
Patterson James, laborer, house 121 Spruce 
Patterson Patrick, laborer, house Harding, near Porter 
Patterson Pierce Mrs., house Lilac court 
Patterson Richard, laborer, house 351 Cambridge 
Patterson William, carpenter, house rear 141 Columbia 
Patton John S., proctor H. IT., rooms 40 Matthews Hall 
Paul Carrie Miss, dressmaker, boards 30 Shepard 
Paul Henry S., carpenter and stairbuilder, 85 Brighton, 

house 30 Shepard 
Paul Ivory C, cutter, (400 Wash., B.), h. r. 192 Harvard 
Paul John M., organfinisher G. Woods & Co., h. at Boston 
Paul Robert, currier, house Tannery 

Paul Robert, painter and engraver, house 9 Auburn court 
Pauline John, gluer Woodbury & Co., house 37 Vine 
Paulson Charles, wheelwright, house 19 Cambridge 
Pawlowsky August, butcher, house 19 Seventh 
Paxton James, confectioner, 1 Harvard sq., h. at Brighton 
Payne Charles W. Mrs., house 10 Jay 
Payne Richard, laborer, house 115 Columbia 
Payne, see also Paine 
Peabody Andrew P., preacher to the University, and 

Plummer professor of Christian Morals H. U., house 

11 Quincy 
Peabody Francis G., pastor First Parish church, house 

Shepard, n. Garden 
Peach William, painter, house 14 Mill 
Peacock William, tinroofer, basement 622 Main 
Peak Horatio N., jr., tuner Mason & Hamlin, house at 

Medford 
Peak Howard F., bookkeeper, 514 Main, bds. 860 Main 
Peakes Carrie S. Mrs., house 8 Mason 
Pear Charles M., house 17 Worcester 
Pear Edward, silversmith (7 Avery, B.), house 42 Essex 
Pear Isaac S. (Pettingill & Pear), spring-bed mnfr. and 

dealer (Osborn's mills, State, and 35 Brattle, B.), 

house 7 Howard 
Pear John B., boards 17 Worcester 
Pear Sarah A. E. Miss, house 28 Front 
Pear Sarah R., widow of John S., house 17 Worcester 
Pear Thomas, jeweler (4 Bedford, B.), house 42 Essex 

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CAMBEIDGE [P] DIRECTOKT. 331 

Pear William B. Mrs., boards 28 Norfolk 

Pearce David H., restaurant (97 So Market St., B.), house 

27 Western avenue 
Pearl Solomon, clerk, 30 Brighton, h. 8 Charles River 
.Pearse A., brassfinisher, 368 Main 
Pearse Frederick, foreman Walworth Mnfg. Co. 
Pearson Alexander C, paperhanger, 519 Main, house do. 
Pearson Charles A., paperhanger house 125 Washington 
Pearson Frederick A., paperhanger, house 519 Main 
Pearson John A., leathercutter, house 10 Essex 
Pearson John D., bookbinder, house 9 Sidney 
Pearson Legh R., printer University Press, h. 30 Wendell 
Pearson Martha J. M. Mrs., house 68 Dana 
Pearson Mary D. Mrs., house 9 Sidney 
Pearson Nancy, widow of Simon, house 12 Pleasant 
Pearson William, bookkeeper (Sudbury, B.),bds. 9 Sidney 
Peaseley Cyrus, provisions (40 F. H. square, B.), boards 

Porter's Hotel 
Peckham Francis M., flyfinisher Mason & Hamlin 
Peirce Benjamin, Perkins professor of astronomy and 

mathematics H. JJ., and consulting geometer, house 

4 Kirkland place 
Peirce Benjamin O. (16 Kilby, B.), house 413 Broadway 
Peirce Benjamin O., jr., student H. U., bds. 413 Broadway 
Peirce Charlotte E. Miss, house 4 Kirkland place 
Peirce Frank, cooper F. A. Kennedy, 502 Main 
Peirce Herbert H. D., aid U. S. coast survey, house 4 

Kirkland place 
Peirce James M., University professor of mathematics H. 

U., rooms 47 Matthews Hall [zine 

Peirce Mary F., asst. teacher high school, bds. 91 Maga« 
Peirce William B., clerk, boards Porter's Hotel 
Peirce, see also Pierce and Pearce 

Peloquin Gilbert, engineer, h. 106 Concord av., n. Walden 
Peltier Joseph O., organmaker, 101 Gore, h. at Somerville 
Peltier Lawrence, plasterer, house 99 River [Fourth 

Pendexter Frances E., teacher Gore primary school, bds. 80 
Pendexter Maria Miss, house 80 Fourth 
Pendlebury Ellen Miss, ladies' hairdresser and hair work, 

95 Winsor, house do. 
Pendlebury James R., printer, boards 95 Winsor 
Pendlebury Peter Mrs., house 95 Winsor 
Penka Frederick, boots and shoes, 161>£ Broadway, h. do. 
Pennell Ellington (Pennell & Co.), hardware, etc., house 

11 Sixth 
Pennell James F. (Pennell & Co.), hardware, etc., 57 

Cambridge, boards 11 Sixth 

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332 CAMBRIDGE Q>] DIRECTORY. 

Pennell & Co. (Ellington and James F. Pennell), hard- 
ware and stoves, 57 Cambridge 
Penney Fredrick, varnisher, house 46 Winter 
Penney John D., farmer, boards R. Penney's, Harvey 
Penney Richard, farmer, house Harvey 
Penney Thomas W., policeman, house 385 North avenue 
Penniman Albert B., printer, house 229 Harvard 
Penniman Benjamin F., printer, house 129 Pearl 
Penniman Thomas J. (T. J. Penniman & Co.), carriage, 
sign, and ornamental painter, 446 Main,h. 110 Inman 
PENNIMAN THOMAS J. & CO. (Thomas J. Penni- 
man), sign, ornamental, and carriage painters, 446 
and 448 Main [10 Jay 

Pennock N. Arthur, reedmaker M. & H. Organ Co., bds. 
Pepper Rosanna, widow of Thomas, h. 74 Sacramento 
Pepper William, boards 74 Sacramento 
Perham John, house 97 Columbia 
Perham Timothy W., machinist, house 40 Third 
Perkin Augustus M., moldmaker, house 11 Amory 
Perkins Addie, widow of Ezra, house 6 Brewer 
Perkins Albert F., boards 22 Worcester 
Perkins Charles E., boards 22 Worcester 
Perkins Charles P., clerk, 203 North avenue, boards 22 

Coggswell avenue 
Perkins C. L., student H. H., rooms 57 Thayer Hall 
Perkins Elisha K., cooper, (Boston wharf, First, So. B.), 

house 47 Pearl 
Perkins Emma E., teacher Allston grammar school, room 

3, boards 22 Worcester 
Perkins Gilbert, fish dealer, house 80 Inman 
Perkins Hamilton H. (26 F. H. Market, B.), house Au- 
burn, corner Pleasant 
Perkins Henry K. W., clergyman, house 22 Worcester 
Perkins John F., tuner Mason & Hamlin, h. at Medford 
Perkins John K., bracket and framemaker, bds. 47 Pearl 
Perkins Levi, carpenter, house 7 Everett 
Perkins Moses P., fruit, confectionery, and dining saloon, 
627 Main, house 11 Prospect [Mellen 

Perkins Oliver L., jr., salesman (599 Wash., B.), house 27 
Perkins Seth, carpenter, house 6 Brewer 
Perkins Susan S., widow of H. H., house 16 Lake 
Perkins Wesley B., apothecary, 528 Cambridge, h. do. 
Perkins William M., boards 22 Worcester 
Perley James V., pork cutter, house 119 Prospect 
Perrin Arthur, student H. U., rooms 37 Chauncy 
Perrin Franklin, granite (19 Doane, B.), h. 37 Chauncy 
Perry Alexander H., carriage painter, house 7 Gerry 

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CAMBRIDGE [P] DIRECTORY. 333 

Perry Benjamin F., printer, house 5 Gerry 
Perry Benjamin W., carpenter, house 26 Tremont 
Perry Charles E., blacksmith, 43 Main, house 117 Otis 
Perry Chas. F., asst. shipper (33 Summer, B.), boards 53 

Mt. Auburn 
Perry C. A. (M. A. Caswell & Co.), dry and fancy goods, 

536 Cambridge [25 Gore 

Perry Eben F., news agent (F. R. R. depot, B.), boards 
Perry Eugene, painter, house 3 Sargent 
Perry Frederick A. M., painter, house 51 Clark 
Perry Harriet Mrs., house 10 Oxford 
Perry James H. M., teamster, house 64 Harvard 
Perry Joseph L., salesman (35 F. H. Market, B.), house 

44 Market 
Perry Josiah, organmaker, boards 8 Broadway 
Perry Marshall, waiter Memorial Hall, rooms Holmes pi. 
Perry Martha A. Miss, dressmaker, h. 171 Thorndike 
Perry Oliver H, house rear 125 Gore 
Perry Robert H., roofer, house basement 8 Rogers block, 

Main 
Perry Samuel G., carpenter, house rear 111 Cambridge 
Pervear Hiram K. Rev., house 314 Broadway 
Peters Adams, piano-key maker, bds 91 Columbia 
Peters Charles J., stereotyper (73 Federal, B.), house 110 

Austin [12 Fayette 

Peters Charles J., jr., stereotyper (73 Federal, B.), house 
Peters George E., bookkeeper (73 Federal, B.), boards 

110 Austin 
Peters Isaac A., printer (B.), h. 248 Broadway 
Peterson Benjamin D., ship chandlery (80 Com'l, B.), h. 

92 Magazine 
Peterson Charles, brassfinisher F. Draper & Co., house 

at Boston 
Peterson Christian, patternmaker, house 1 Jay 
Peterson Hans, cabinetmaker, house rear 6 Lopez 
Peterson Henry, hairdresser, 5 Vine, house do. 
Peterson John F., cabinetmaker, house 72 Hastings 
Peterson Leopold P., cabinetmaker, h. 4 Spring place 
Peterson Lewis, bookkeeper F. A. Kennedy, h. 8 Pearl, 

corner Green 
Peterson Martha, house Plymouth, near Webster av. 
Peterson Maria, widow, house 63 Washington 
Pettengill Edwin M. (843 Albany, B.), h. 14 Front 
Pettengill Elizabeth Mrs., house 26 Sidney 
Pettengill Frederick M., bookkeeper (Pearl, B.), house 27 

Columbia 
Pettengill Joel C, watchman, house 8 Hamilton 

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334 CAMBRIDGE [P] DIRECTORY. 

Pettengill Jonathan M., cashier National Exchange Bank 

(28 State, B.), house 27 Columbia 
Pettey James Mrs., house rear 423 Cambridge 
Pettingell William H. (Pettingell & Sawyer), oil-clothing 

mnfr., Second, cor. Thorndike, h. at W. Medford 
Pettingell Wm. H., jr., oil-hatmaker, bds. 35 Cambridge 
PETTHSTGELL & SAWYER (Wm. H. Pettingell and 

Howard M. Sawyer), oil hat mnfrs., and oil clothing, 

Second, cor. Thorndike 
Pettingili Benj. A. (Pettingili & Pear), springbed manuf., 

and dealer, Osborn's mills, State, and (35 Brattle, B.), 

house 3 Columbia 
Pettingili Joseph K, house 886 Main 
PETTINGILL & PEAR (Benj. A. Pettingili and Isaac 

S. Pear, spring bed mnfrs., Osborn's mills, State, sales- 
room (35 Brattle, B.) 
Peverelly Geo. A., confectioner, h. 3 Amory place 
Peverelly Rebecca, widow oi Anthony, h. 3 Amory place 
Pfluger Gottlieb, laborer at sugar house, h. r. 12 Winter 
Phalan Lucy R., widow of Joseph, boarding-house, rear 5 

Harvard square 
Phalan Philip B., brassfinisher E. Draper & Co., boards 

31 Winter 
Phalan Maria (Bucknell & Phalan), 88 Mt. Auburn, h. do. 
Phalen Wm., cabinetmaker, house 72 Washington 
Phalen William, gardener, house Elmwood avenue, cor. 

Mt Auburn 
Phalen Wm. E., clerk (23 Hawley, B.), bds. 72 Wash. 
Phelan Annie, dressmaker, house 200 Hampshire 
Phelan Edmund M., cooper, house 137 Brookline 
Phelan Edward, carver, 77 Main, boards at Boston 
Phelan Elizabeth, widow, house 19 Harvard 
Phelan Jeremiah J., switchman F. R. R., bds. 40 Bolton 
Phelan John T., plumber, 448 Harvard, bds. 5 DeWolf 
Phelan Patrick, cabinetmaker, house 19 Harvard 
Phelan Thomas J., brassfinisher, 368 Main 
Phelan Thomas J., stonecutter, boards 40 Bolton 
Phelan Timothy A., house 30 Mt. Auburn 
Phelan William, casemaker M. & H. Organ Co. 
Phelan William, laborer, house 40 Bolton 
Phelps Albert S., at University Press, bds. 3 Worcester 
Phelps Decatur, conductor IT. R. Co., h. 99 River f 
Phelps Henry, carriagepainter W. W. Webb, house at 

Readville 
Phelps Samuel B., carpenter, house 5 Everett 
Phelps William H., electrotyper, house 74 Green 
Phenix Frederick D., carpenter, h. 5 Rogers blk., Main 

XA/rf-vw-k /^irk'o Uft<r an d Bonnets made to order, in the best manner. 
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CAMBRIDGE [P] DIRECTORY. 335 

Philbrick Louisa D., widow of Ira R., house 4 Rogers 

block, Main 
Phillips Archer W., clothesrepairer, 453 Main, house at 

Boston [Coggswell av. 

Phillips Chas. W., clerk (1233 Wash., B.), boards 16 
Phillips Charles W., mason, house 16 Coggswell av. 
Phillips Edward, furrier (36 Chauncy, B.), rooms 6 

Brookline 
Phillips Ellen, widow of Chas., nurse, h. 20 Fourth 
Phillips Enos Burt, boots and shoes (68 Pearl, B.), house 

80 Washington 
Phillips Ivers C, house 19 Orchard 
Phillips James, printer, house 426 Cambridge 
Phillips James, plasterer, boards 59 Franklin 
Phillips James H. H., plasterer, house 59 Franklin 
Phillips Joseph S., cigar manuf. and dealer, 599 Main, h. 

59 Pleasant 
Phillips Stephen A., agent, house 49 Western av. 
Phillips William F., boards 150 Hampshire 
Phillpot David, carpenter boards 13 Hewes 
Phinney Albert, carpenter, boards 88 Mt. Auburn 
Phinney Elbridge, carpenter, boards 88 Mt. Auburn 
Phinney Emily H. Miss, teacher Webster grammar school, 

boards 58 Magazine 
Phinney Everett A., house 244 Harvard 
Phinney Hugh M., registers, ventilators, stoves, etc., 423 

Main, house 425 do. 
Pich Louis (Pich & Torno), cabinetmaker, rear 382 Main, 

house 57 Harvard 
Pich & Torno (Louis Pich and Andrea Torno), cabinet 

makers, rear 382 Main 
Pickering Alphonso B., sawyer, 77 Main, bds. 89 Tyler 
Pickering Frank W., grocer, 8>£ Mt. Auburn, boards 293 

Broadway 
Pickering Fred. A., clerk (27 Cambridge, B.), house 293 

Broadway 
Pickering McLaurin F., broker and commission merchant 

(134 State, B.), h. 71 Magazine 
Pickett George E., boards 21 Shepard 
Pickett Joseph, laborer, house rear 28 Washington 
Pickett Joseph J., mason, house 21 Western av. 
Pickett Mary E., dressmaker, boards 21 Shepard 
Pickett Nancy, widow of Samuel, house 21 Shepard 
Pickett N. Ella, private school, 21 Shepard, boards do. 
Pierce Albert H., bookkeeper (74 Devonshire, B.), house 

223 Harvard 
Pierce Albert, brassfinisher, house 73 Columbia 

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336 CAMBRIDGE [P] DIRECTORY. 

Pierce Alexander McLoud, printer Riverside, house 1 

Blackstone 
Pierce Amasa B., painter, 16 Brighton, bds. 24 Holyoke 
Pierce Benjamin J., teamster, house 180 Main 
Pierce Calvin, bookbinder, house 20 Putnam ct. 
Pierce Charles E., evacuum ventilators, 35 Elm, house 

342 Broadway 
Pierce Charles R., expressman order-box, 7 Harvard row, 

and (34 Court sq., B.), h. 8 DeWolf 
Pierce Emily, widow of Joseph, house 10 Laurel 
Pierce Eugene W., carpenter, house 65 Mt. Auburn 
Pierce Ezekiel P., fruitdealer (9 Merchants Row, B.), h. 

279 Broadway 
Pierce E. A. Mrs., dressmaker, h. North av., cor. Beech 
Pierce Frank E. (Wilcox & Co.), 203 North av.,h. 171 do. 
Pierce Frederick, brassfinisher, bds. 16 Boardman 
Pierce George P., clerk, 1 Brewer's block, bds. rear 1 do. 
Pierce James H., clerk (basement Old State House, B.), 

bds. 196 North avenue 
Pierce James P., carpenter, house 65 Mt. Auburn 
Pierce James W., treasurer Boston Can Co. (43 Broad, 

B.), house 16 Worcester [house 25 Park 

Pierce Joseph, wheelwright, 3 River, junc. Western av., 
Pierce Joseph S., boards Riverside place 
Pierce Leander, supt. F. A. Kennedy's bakery, 498 Main 
Pierce Mary E., widow of Austin, h. Russell, n. North av. 
Pierce Sarah E., widow of James W., h. 342 Broadway 
Pierce Thomas, laborer, house Ericsson court 
Pierce William B., clerk Porter's Hotel, boards do. 
Pierce Wm. D., wheelwright, 3 River, boards 25 Park 
Pierce Wm. J., tinsmith, house Lake View avenue 
Pierce, see also Peirce and Pearce 
Piercy John A., boilermaker, house 98 Main 
Pierpont William F., carver, boards Charles, near Sixth 
Pierpont Win. L., blacksmith, house Charles, near Sixth 
Pike Albert W., stevedore, house 4 South [Auburn 

Pike Carlos L., foreman G. G. Page & Co., boards 15 Mt. 
Pike Charles, carpenter, house 20 Front 
Pike Charles L., boxmaker, boards 32 Prospect 
Pike Charles S., clerk (13 Broad, B.), bds. 183 Cambridge 
Pike Eben W., clerk, rear 484 Main, boards 13 Green 
Pike Edward, printer, house rear 6 Lopez [bridge 

Pike Ellen N., teacher Otis Primary school, bds. 183 Cam- 
Pike George S., carpenter, house 6 Blanche 
Pike Henry H., contractor, house 52 Sacramento 
Pike James, livery stable, Main, opp. Pearl and 904 Main, 

and (J. Pike & Co.), Church, n. Harvard sq., h. 7 Norfolk 

Parlor, Drawing-Koom, and library iFTJRlVITIJIlE, 

J3ANCBOFT & HOYDEN, 180 Tremont St., BOSTON. 



CAMBRIDGE [P] DIRECTORY. 337 

Pike Joel S. (J. Pike & Co.), livery stable, Church, opp. 

Palmer, house 24 Church, near Brattle 
Pike John, hackdriver, house 71 Concord avenue 
Pike John N., engineer, house 183 Cambridge 
Pike Joseph A., blacksmith, Palmer, cor. Church, boards 

71 Concord avenue 
Pike J. & Co. (James and Joel S. Pike), livery stable, 

Church, near Harvard square 
Pike Joseph S., foreman and shipping agent J. P. Squire 

& Co., house 13 Squire's court 
Pike Lowell M., tinsmith, boards 1 Washington 
Pike Nathan C, supt. Cambridge Preserving Co., 25 Main, 

house at Newton '[Cambridge 

Pike Nellie N. Miss, teacher Gore primary school, bds. 183 
Pike Theodore L., foreman, house 50 Sacramento [Otis 
Pike Walter W., leather belting (Sudbury, B.), house 133 
Piller Aaron, cigarmaker, house rear 4 Eaton 
Piller Emanuel A., cigarmaker, house 4 Eaton 
Pillikey Gilbert, engineer Tanner &■ Collins, h. Concord 

avenue, near Walden 
Pillsbury Tappan P., case maker M. & H. Organ Co., h. 

144 Spring 
Pindell Charles E., lawyer, 53 Fourth, house at Boston 
Pingree Charles A., patternmaker, 356 Main, b. at Boston 
Pinkerton James, engineer, house 31 Winsor 
Pinkham George G., tinsmith, house 119 Green [Seventh 
Piot Charles, cabinetmaker Doe & Hunnewell, house 17 
Piper George F., clergyman, house 2 Austin place 
Piper George F., lawyer (46 Court, B.), boards 14 Avon 
Piper Henry A., drygoods (B.), h. Langdon, n. North av. 
Piper Susan, widow of George C, house 14 Avon 
Piper William C, clerk (59 Franklin, B.), boards 14 Avon 
Pitkin Emily R., teacher Allston grammar school, room 10, 

boards 16 Prospect 
Pitman Andrew, printer, boards 181 Harvard [av. 

Pitman Charles H., hostler U. R. Stable, h. r. 102 Putnam 
Pitman Henry B., coll. clerk (Maverick Bank, B.), boards 

J. F. Pitman's, North avenue 
Pitman John F., coaldealer, Somerville av., near Porter's 

station, house North avenue, near Fitchburg station 
Place Edward R., janitor, boards 16 Kinnaird 
Place George W., bookkeeper Woodbury & Co., boards 

80 Fourth 
Place Hannah,.widow of Stephen M., house 1 Percy place 
Plancich Vincent, grocer, 78 Harvard, house do. 
Plant Paul, brickmaker, house 132 Spruce 
Plough John, brickmaker, house Dublin, n. brickyard 

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338 CAMBRIDGE [P] DIRECTORY. 

Plummer Edgar L., com. mer. (133 Central, B.), house 

100 Spring 
Plummer Frank P., clerk, 458 Harvard, boards 32 Ash 
Plummer Henry, clerk, basement 559 Main, boards do. 
Plummer Horatio N., commission merchant (133 Central, 

B.), house 254 North avenue 
Plummer John H., keymaker, boards 181}*> Harvard 
Plummer John W^ musician and watch repairer (75 

Hanover, B.), boards 104 Hampshire 
Plummer Warren, provisions, 110 Cambridge, b. 108 do. 
Plumridge George, printer, house 25 School street place 
Poirot John B., tinner, house 143 Main 
Poland Edward W., hackdriver, boards 14 Eliot 
Poland John Mrs., house 48 Fairmont 
Poland William, builder, house 735 Cambridge 
Pollard Christopher, teamster (B.), house 193 Main 
Pollard Frederick W., house 319 Broadway 
Pollard George, carpenter, house 44 Norfolk 
Pollard John S., surveyor of mechanics' work, h. 9 Bigelow 
Polley John, teamster, house Lincoln, near Somerset 
Polo Bianchi, cabinetmaker G. Woods & Co., h. Cambridge 
Pomeroy Charles J. H., foreman W. C. Taylor, 82 Main, 

boards 26 Sidney 
Pond William, cabinetmaker, house 1 Eighth 
Pond William, soapstonecutter, boards 150 Hampshire 
Pond Zebiah R. Miss, house 37 Columbia 
Pont Henry, laborer, house 161 Broadway 
Pontefract William, bookkeeper (B.), h. 5 Baldwin's ct. 
Poole Calvin, bricklayer, house 22 Brookline 
Poole Francis H., clerk (60 Cornhill, B.), house 11 Rem- 
ington 
Poole Fred. L., traveling salesman, 503 Main, h. 10 Sidney 
Poole W. Frank, potter, boards 22 Brookline 
Poole Willard H., boards 22 Brookline 
Pope Alphonso W., clerk (17 Kingston, B.), h. 59 Pleasant 
Pope Charles A., reedmaker M. & H. Organ Co., boards 

89 Chestnut 
Pope Charles G. (Hammond & Pope), lawyer, 555 Main, 

house at Somerville 
Pope Eugene A., broker (9 Tremont, B.), bds. 764 Main 
Pope Frederic, architect and builder (209 Wash., B.), 

house 764 Main 
Pope John, stencilcutter (8 Dock sq., B.), b. 45 Cottage 
Pope John S., bricklayer, house 89 Chestnut 
Pope Samuel, merchant, house 764 Main 
Pope Walter H., clerk (130 Federal, B.), bds. 45 Cottage 
Popkin Mary R. Miss, house 25 North avenue 

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CAMBRIDGE [P] DIRECTORY. 339 

Porcellian Club, 444 Harvard 

Porter Albert W. (8 Bromfield, B.), bouse 44 Sbepard 

Porter Charles, real estate agent, 583 Main, boards 97 

Austin 
Porter Charles B., clerk, 450 Harvard, house 31 Mill 
Porter Charles F., oildealer, Broadway, h. 61 Lawrence 
Porter Charles S., clerk (93 Arch, B.), bds. 44 Shepard 
Porter Charles W., grocery and bread store, 69 Pearl, h. 

1 Lawrence 
Porter Daniel R., house 4 Rogers block, Main 
Porter David S., carpenter, house 49 Elm 
Porter Franklin E., expressman, boards 52 River 
Porter George W., clerk, 101 Cambridge, bds. 74 Spring 
Porter Hamilton, machinist, 368 Main, house 43 Clark 
Porter Harry S., clerk (24 Broad, B.), boards 31 Mill 
Porter Jarnes N., boardinghouse, 12 Dunster 
Porter John H., mason, house 2 Rogers block 
Porter John L., auctioneer (209 Wash., B.), h. 516 Main 
PORTER LINN B., editor and proprietor Cambridge 

Chronicle, 573 Main, house at Spring farm, Green 

street, Stoneham 
Porter Perez G., agent Revere Sugar Refinery (23 Broad, 

B.), house 68 Prospect [Main 

Porter Walter L., publisher (333 Wash., B.), bds. 516 
Porter William, expressman, house 52 River 
Porter William F., ehairmaker, house 58 Fairmont 
Porter William N., glasscutter, house 74 Spring 

Porter , carpenter, boards 70 Second 

Porter William H., boards 52 River 

Porter's Hotel, F. Locke, prop., 185 North avenue 

Poser Louis, lockmaker, house 12 Hastings 

Post Office, Cambridge, 7 Harvard Row 

Post Office, Cambridgeport, 625 Main 

Post Office, East Cambridge, 86 Cambridge 

Post Office, North Cambridge, North av., in R. R. station 

Postawka Louis (Louis Postawka & Co.), patent piano 

taboret manufacturer Osborn's mills, State, house 52 

Auburn 
Potter Dexter Rev., house 40 North avenue 
Potter Henry, house 111 North avenue 
Potter Henry, tinsmith, boards 451 Cambridge 
Potter Henry, carpenter, house 3 Washington 
Potter H. Staples, fish (51 Commercial, B.), house 81 

North avenue 
Potter J. Cushing, periodicals, 34 River, house 38 do. 
POTTER WARREN C, furniture mover, Harvard sq., 

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340 CAMBRIDGE [P] DIRECTORY. 

Potter William L. C, clerk (B.), bds. Ill North avenue 
Potts William, glasscutter N. E. Glass Co., h. 102 Gore 
Pourtales L. F., at Museum Comparative Zoology, boards 

79 Marlborough, Boston [Salem 

Pousland Charles F., clerk Revere Sugar Refinery, h. at 
Pousland William F., engineer, house 129 Spring 
Powell Andrew, currier, boards 100 Main 
Powell George, painter and gr'ainer, Riverside pi., h. do. 
Powell Louisa, widow of James, house 18 Jay 
Powell Walter E., printer J. Ford & Son, boards 18 Jay 
Power John E., shoemaker, 26 Washington, h. r. 30 do. 
Power Lawrence F., compositor, house 17 Dyke 
Power Maurice, bootfitter, boards 89 Third 
Power Nicholas D., printer, house 78 Green 
Power Thomas, harnessmaker, house 185 Norfolk 
Powers Agnes, widow, house 2 Bristol 
Powers Bridget, widow, house 2 Hastings 
Powers Catherine, widow of Hugh, house Willow place, 

near Somerville line 
Powers Catherine, widow, house 17 Harvard 
Powers Charles A., meat peddler, house 24 Dunster 
Powers Edward, mason, h. off Mt. Auburn, near Eliot 
Powers Henry, wheelwright, h. Warren, cor. Porter 
Powers Hugh, laborer, house Willow pi., n. Cambridge 
Powers James, porter, Riverside, bds. 14 Putnam av. 
Powers James, laborer, house 64 Harvard 
Powers John, blacksmith, h. Willow pi. n. Somerville line 
Powers John, iron molder, boards 17 Harvard 
Powers John, shoemaker, house 431 Cambridge 
Powers John, shoemaker, house rear 36 Washington 
Powers John, teamster, house 47 North 
Powers John, teamster, house Stevens court 
Powers John M., bookbinder, boards 25 Banks 
Powers Lavater W., conductor U. R. Co., rooms 146 

Mt. Auburn 
Powers Lee L., clerk (B.), rooms 20 Holyoke 
Powers Mary A., widow of Joseph S., house 20 Holyoke 
Powers Mary A. Mrs., house 128 Gore 
Powers Matthew F., carpenter, house 4 Austin place 
Powers Maurice, teamster, house 2 Bristol 
Powers Patrick, paver, house Warren 
Powers Richard, laborer, boards 29 Carson 
Powers Richard, laborer, boards 2 Bristol 
Powers Richard, moulder at F. Geldowsky's, boards 27 

Second 
Powers Thomas, cooper, house 91 Tremont 
Powers William, molder, house 2 Bristol 

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CAMBRIDGE [P] DIRECTORY. 341 

Pownall Jeremiah B., machinist, 58 Cambridge, house at 

Waltham 
Pratt Aaron B., tinplate worker, 226 Cambridge, house 6 

Mullin's court, near Winter 
Pratt Aaron B., jr., tinplate worker, 226 Cambridge, bds. 

6 Mullin's court, near Winter 

Pratt Charles O. (C. O. Pratt & Co.), stoves, etc., 226 

• Cambridge, house at Somerville 
Pratt Charles W, mason, house 20 Tremont 
PRATT C. O. & CO. (Charles O. Pratt), stoves and 

tinware, 226 Cambridge 
Pratt Daniel, driver, boards 6 Mullin's court 
PRATT DAVID G., foreign wood and Ivory turner, 131 

to 135 Broadway, house 61 Dana 
Pratt Eben, coffinmaker, house 168 Cambridge 
Pratt Edward W. Mrs., house 14 Coggswell avenue 
Pratt Elizabeth W. Miss, tailoress, house 16 Sidney 
PRATT FRANCIS L., city messenger, office City Hall, 

house 17 Pleasant place 
Pratt Frank G., clerk (Lee & Shepard, Franklin, B), 

boards 8 Ellery 
Pratt George W., student H. U., boards 8 Ellery 
Pratt Henry, hatter, boards 16 Sidney 
Pratt John M. W., student Divinity school, rooms 22 

Divinity Hall 
Pratt Lewis (L. Pratt & Co.), watches and jewelry, 475 

Main, house 9 Austin 
Pratt L. & Co. (Lewis Pratt and A. Judson Applegate), 

watches and jewelry, 475 Main 
Pratt Watson O., action maker Geo. Woods & Co., bds. 

46 Austin 
Pratt William H., house and sign painter, h. 89 Inman 
Prattis Anna, widow, house 60 Washington 
Pray Orrin B. (O. B. Pray & Co.), real estate agent, 555 

Main, house at Somerville 
Pray O. B. & Co. (Orrin B. Pray), real estate agents, 555 

Main, and (7 Exchange place, B.) 
Pray William M., music teacher (3 Tremont row, B.), h. 

7 Temple 

Prebeck Michael, wheelwright, First, near Cambridge, h. 

4 Second street court 
Preble Origen O., machinist, house 25 Blackstone 
Prendergast James, machinist (B.), bds. 69 Concord av. 
Prentice Henry H., compositor J. Wilson & Son, house 21 

Baldwin 
Prentice Theodore P., letter carrier Cambridge P. O., h. 

21 Baldwin 

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342 CAMBRIDGE [P] DIRECTORY. 

Prentiss Abigail Miss, "house 172 North avenue 
Prentiss Dorcass B., widow, house 17 Park 
Prentiss John H., clerk, 80 Cambridge, boards 112 Gore 
Prentiss Nathan, provisions (B.), house 112 Gore 
Presbrey Edward A., cashier National Bank of Redemp- 
tion (85 Devonshire, B.), h. 10 Remington 
Presby George T., driver steamer 4, house 32 Orchard 
Prescott Charles E., action maker M. & H. Organ Co. 
Prescott Edwin R., house Orchard, cor. Russell 
Prescott George H., carpenter, house 28 Sidney 
Prescott Jenny, teacher Riverside primary school, boards 

144 Mt. Auburn 
Prescott Joel H. (P. Nutting & Co.), blacksmith, Pal mer, 

h. 144 Mt. Auburn 
Prescott Katie Miss, milliner, bds. 32 Western av. 
Prescott Millard F., expressdriver, house 28 Sidney 
Prescott Rebecca E., widow of Joseph, house 28 Sidney 
Prest James W., printer Cambridge Press, 531^ Main 
Preston Benj. F., coal and wood, 400 Cambridge, house 

183 Columbia 
Price Emanuel, at Boston Rolling Mill, house 2 Davis 
Price Isaac, glassblower, house 226 Bridge 
Price James E. (James M. Price & Son), 85 Cambridge, 

bds. 118 Thorndike 
Price James M. (James M. Price & Son), stoves and 

hardware, 85 Cambridge, h. 118 Thorndike 
Price James M. & Son (James M. and James E. Price), 

stoves and hardware, 85 Cambridge 
Price Julia A., widow of William B., h. 71 Spring 
Price William J., woodcarver, house 110 Spring 
Pridham Edward R., carriagemaker Henderson Bros., 

North a v., bds. Porter's Hotel 
Priest Edward E., engineer steamer No. 1, Brattle square, 

rooms do. 
Priest Elizabeth C. Mrs., house 55 Auburn 
Priestley Gilbert W., carpenter, house 29 Holyoke 
Prindable James, laborer, house 65 Spruce 
Prior George H., clerk (205 Wash., B.), house Mead, near 

Coggswell avenue 
Prior Joseph H., stonecutter, house rear 18 Winter 
Pritchard William E., butcher, house 110 Auburn 
Proctor Benj. F., cooper (Allston), house rear 68 do. 
Proctor John A., cooper, house 55 Franklin 
Proctor Michael, laborer, house 12 Murdock 
Pronovost August, cooper, house 153 Gore 
Proudfoot David, ticketmaster (B. L. & N. R. R., B.), h. 

132 Otis 

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CAMBRIDGE [P] DIRECTORY. 343 

Prue Joseph Mrs., house Spruce, near brickyard 

Prue Mitchell, laborer, house 111 Spruce 

Pry George W., Riverside Press, house 27 Pleasant 

Pryce Edward T., tinsmith, house 38 Winter 

Puffer Dora Miss, teacher Washington grammar school, 

boards 27 Trowbridge 
Pugh John, baker, boards 71 Vine 
Pulcifer George F., painter, boards 25 Tremont 
Pulcifer Susan Mrs., house 25 Tremont 
Pullen Fred. B., policeman, house 146 Mt. Auburn 
Pullen Louisa, widow of Simeon, house 146 Mt. Auburn 
Pulsford Arthur, printer J. Wilson & Son, bds. 3 Flagg 
Pulsifer Bickford, commissioner Probate office, E. Camb., 

house at Charlestown 
Pulsifer Freeman L., clockmaker, house 10 Sixth 
Pulsifer James W., britanniaworker F. Draper & Co., 

house 10 Sixth 
Pulsifer Joseph, cabinetmaker, house 10 Sixth 
Pummell Philip T., cigarmaker, house 1 Eaton 
Purcell Hycenth, cementmaker and housepainter, rear 239 

Main, h. 27 Mt. Auburn 
Purcell John, shoemaker, 135 Columbia, house rear do. 
Purcell Joseph, peddler, house Porter, near Harding 
Purcell Michael, shoemaker R. Mann, h. Garden St. pi. 
Purdy Gilbert G., cabinetmaker, house 30 Columbia 
Purington Geo. F., plumber (B.), bds. 42 Coggswell av. 
Purington Hannah, widow of Samuel, h. 42 Coggswell av. 
Purkitt Mary W. Mrs., boards 211 Harvard 
Putnam George, jr., lawyer (35 Court, B.), h. 24 Quincy 
Putnam John F. (Davis & Putnam), crockery and glass 

ware, 635 Main, h. at Boston 
Putnam John P. (Henry Thayer & Co.), 150 Broadway, 

house at Boston 
Putnam Joseph H., ironmolder, bds. 390 Main 
Putnam Lewis, veterinary surgeon, house 170 North av. 
Putnam Marcellus C, fireman L. R. R., boards 7 Leigh- 
ton's court 
Putnam Peter C, molder, house 113 Hampshire 

Putnam , boards 9 Second 

Putney Albert, glasspresser N. E. Glass Co., h. 39 Fourth 
Putney Albert F., bookkeeper N. E. Glass Co., North, 

boards 39 Fourth 
Putney Albert Mrs., breadstore, 39 Fourth, house do. 
Putran Isaiah, laborer, house Clifton 
Putney George (Teele, Howe & Co.), baconcurer, Main, 

opp. Winsor, house 30 Austin 
Pye William, carpenter, boards 15 Elmer 

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344 CAMBRIDGE [Q] DIRECTORY. 

QUAN MORRIS, teazer KE. Glass Co.,h.at Somerville 

Quauells Samuel, gardener, house 81 Wendell 

Quails Robert, laborer, house 9 South 

Quealey Austin, laborer, house 65 Elm 

Queally Thomas, laborer, house 42 Clark 

Queally Michael, laborer, house 42 Clark 

Queen Isaac, laborer, house 1 Norfolk court 

Queeney Bridget, widow, house 3 Chapman place 

Quigley Barney, saloon, 271 Cambridge, house do. 

Quiglev Edward, laborer, boards 29 Gore 

Quigley Francis, stonecutter, house 15 Brown 

Quigley John, laborer, house 28 Harvard 

Quitl Dennis, house 7 Reed 

Quill Patrick, currier, house 7 Reed 

Quilter Michael, laborer, house 238 Franklin 

Quimby Charles E., hackdriver J. Pike, Main, opp. Pearl, 

house 1 Front street court 
Quimby Louisa, widow of Amos, house 59 Third 
Quinby Ellen, widow, house 351 Cambridge 
Quinlan Bartholomew, machinist B. & L. R. R. shop, h. 

41 Charles 
Quinlan Daniel, laborer, house Warren, near Cambridge 
Quinn Bridget, house 452 Broadway 
Quinn Bridget Mrs., widow, house 104 Kinnaird 
Quinn Catherine, widow, house rear 3 Short 
Quinn Charles, grocer, 116 Fourth, house 116 do. 
Quinn Charles, house rear 36 Washington 
Quinn Edward, instructor House of Correction, house 

rear 110 Spring 
Quinn Eliza, widow of Patrick, house 23 Valentine 
Quinn Francis, house 13 Remington 
Quinn Frank, laborer, house 121 Pearl 
Quinn George printer, house 121 Pearl 
Quinn Henry, laborer, house 271 Cambridge 
Quiun Henry, laborer, house 198 Bridge 
Quinn James, brushmaker, 60 Cambridge, house at West 

Roxbury 
Quinn James J., grocer, 1 Fourth, house do. 
Quinn James P., painter, house 116 Webster avenue 
Quinn Jeremiah, laborer, house 249 Franklin 
Quinn John, carpenter, house 91 Vine 
Quinn John, tailor, house 121 Pearl 
Quinn John, upholsterer, house 23 Valentine 
Quinn John, grease collector, house 39 Charles 
Quinn John, barrelmaker, boards 163 Bridge 
Quinn John, laborer, house 14 Cambridge 
Quinn John, laborer, house 4 Spring place 



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CAMBKIDGE [R] DIRECTORY. 345 

Quinn John, laborer, h. Willow place, n. Cambridge 
Quinn John (CoD'lan & Quinn), cooper, 18 Vine, house 92 

Spring 
Quinn John A., baker, 502 Main, boards 14 Tremont 
Quinn Joseph, plumber, house 104 Kinnaird 
Quinn Mary, widow of Maurice, house 32 Charles 
Quinn Michael, stoves, 245 Cambridge, house at Boston 
Quinn Michael, house Norfolk, n. Somerville line 
Quinn Michael, laborer, house Willow place 
Quinn Michael, teamster, house 75 Hastings 
Quinn Nicholas, carpenter, house 36 Broadway 
Quinn Patrick, junk (25 Charles River avenue, Chas'n), 

house 27 Charles 
Quinn Terrence F., clerk, 245 Cambridge, bcls. at Boston 
Quinn Thomas, laborer, house 172 Norfolk 
Quinn Timothy, boards rear 19 Gore 
Quinn Timothy I., lettercarrier East Cambridge P. O., 

house rear 19 Gore 
Quinn William, glassmaker, boards rear 19 Gore 
Quinn Winnie Miss, intelligence office, house 59 Brattle 
Quirk Dennis, baker P. White, boards 47 Cedar 

RAABE LOUIS, cabinetmaker, boards 70 Second 

Rabel John, cabinetmaker, house 83 Vine 

Rabey Charles, silversmith, bds. 10 Conlon's court 

Rabey Catharine, widow of Frank, h. 10 Conlon's court 

Radcliffe James, glasscutter, boards 118 Spring 

Rady Michael, mason, boards 142 Columbia 

Rady Philip, blacksmith, house 142 Columbia 

Rafferty Bernard, house Harding, near Porter 

Rafferty James, laborer, house 11 Fourth 

Rafferty Matthew, teamster, boards 62 Spring 

Rafferty Thomas, bartender, house 30 Vine 

Rafferty Thomas, stoves, tinware, etc., 457 Cambridge, 

boards 455 do. 
Ragan Patrick, soapmaker, house 9 Hamilton 
Rainey James, laborer, house 21 Sparks st. place 
Raisen Alfred, currier, boards D. Jayes', Clifton 
Ralph Thomas, foreman Jones' soap factory, 86 Pearl, h. 

27 Valentine 
Ramhofer Jacob, shoemaker, house 14 Cowperthwait 
Ramsay Albert H., brassmaker (11 Chardon, B.), boards 

102 Thorndike 
Ramsay Alexander H., apothecary, 1 Brattle, h. 857 Main 
Ramsay Harvey, cigars (59 Broad, B.), h. 102 Thorndike 
Ramsay James M. (J. H. Wyeth & Co.), grocer, 6 Brattle, 

house 15 Hilliard 

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346 CAMBRIDGE [R] DIRECTORY. 

Ramsay Major, shoemaker, 68 Norfolk, house 72 do. 
Ramsdell Albert K., house 30 Norfolk 
Ramsdell Annie Mrs., nurse, house 23 Suffolk 
Ramsdell Charles A. (W. E. Brewer & Co.), provisions, 

154 Harvard, boards 81 Washington 
Ramsdell Edgar B., money broker (25 Howard, B.), h. 

23 Fifth 
Ramsden Robinson, organmaker, house 179 Main 
Rand Benjamin R., conveyancer Court House, boards 70 

Thorndike 
Rand Charles A., commission merchant (19 North Market, 

B.), house 84 Thorndike 
Rand Charles O., clerk, house 22 Coggswell avenue [Co. 
Rand E. L. (Kelly & Rand), actionmaker M. & H. Organ 
Rand Frances A., nurse, boards 2 Gerry, cor. Mt. Auburn 
Rand George H., carver G. Woods & Co., h. 3b' Auburn 
Rand Henry C, leather (45 Merchants row, B.), house 

Elm, near Davenport 
Rand James Mrs., house 29 Eliot 
Rand James B., teamster, house, Munroe, near Third 
Rand Lewis H., electrotvper, bds. 34 Coggswell avenue 
Rand Oliver J., bookbinder (79 Milk, B.), h. 35 Bigelow 
Rand Oliver P., mechanic, house 2 Gerry 
Rand Robert D., clerk, 39 Cedar, bds. 290 North avenue 
Rand Sarah A. Mrs., teacher Shepard grammar school,, 

boards Mossland St., Somerville 
Randall Catherine M., widow, house 11 River 
Randall Daniel, laborer, house rear 91 Sixth 
Randall Edward G., carpenter, house 9 Lawrence 
Randall Frank E., machinist, 58 Cambridge, boards 18 

Leighton court 
Randall James T. D., telegraph operator (109 State, B.), 

boards 11 River 
Randall Joseph, carpenter, house 7 Cedar 
Randall Oliver P., carpenter, house 18 Leighton court 
Randlett George W., foreman, 81 Main, h. at East Milton 
Rankin Edwin D., "silverplater (24 Sudbury, B.), house 

150 Spring 
Ranks Elisha C., furniture shipper, house 49 Allston 
Rannagan Peter, brushmaker, house 109 Spring 
Ransom Chandler R., house 9 Roseland 
Ransome Theodore S., traveling salesman, N. E. Glass 

Co., house at Winter Hill, Somerville 
Rantz Andres M., painter, house 24 Decatur 
Rascogna Francis, currier, house 3 Sargent 
Ratzel Ernest, varnisher, boards 155 Otis 
Raveill John W., student H. U., h. Jar vis near Oxford 

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CAMBRIDGE [R] DIRECTORY. 347 

Rawson George W. (Rawson & Hittinger), steam engine 

manufacturer, 72 Main, house 19 State 
RAWSON & HITTINGER (George W. Rawson and 
Michael Hittinger), steam engine manufacturers, 72 
Main [Seventh, house 79 Fifth 

Ray Benjamin P., (Davis & Ray), grocer, Cambridge, cor. 
Ray Charles F. (Childs & Ray), provisions, 377 Cam- 
bridge, house at Somerville 
Ray Edwin C, fruit (13 Change av., B.), house 99 Inman 
Ray Frank O., engineer, B. & L. R. R., house 20 East 
Ray George, glasspresser, N. E. Glass Co., h. at Somerville 
Ray Hannah, widow of James, house 19 Beaver 
Ray Joseph, teamster, boards Mt. Auburn, cor. Lowell 
Ray Maggie M., milliner and dressmaker, 112 Cambridge, 

house do. 
Ray Timothy W., broker (8 Exchange pi., B.), h. 22 Lake 
Raybold William, watchman N. E. Glass Co., house at 
Somerville [house 98 Ellery 

Raymond Charles A., boots and shoes (178 Congress, B.), 
Raymond Charles E., wholesale grocer (9 and 11 Com- 
mercial, B.) s house 357 Harvard 
Raymond Emmons, house 398 Broadway 
Raymond George A., provisions, house 25 Chauncy 
Raymond George T. Rev., pastor Charles River Chapel, 
house 6 Tufts [124 Oxford 

Raymond George P., millinery (164 Tremont, B.), house 
Raymond James H., druggist, house rear 426 Cambridge 
Raymond John C, musicteacher, house 17 Lawrence 
Raymond John W., carpenter, bds. rear 186 Cambridge 
RAYMOND PATRICK H., editor Cambridge Press, 
5313^ Main, and chief engineer fire dept., office City 
Hall, house 10 Pleasant 
Raymond Walter, boards 398 Broadway 
Raymond William H., grocer (9 and 11 Commercial, B.), 

house 102 Ellery 
Raymond William T., clerk, house 104 Pleasant 
Rayne George W., machinist, house 13 Banks 
Rayner Henry, grocer, 63 Western av., house do. 
Rea Edwin, financial clerk J. P. Squire & Co., h. Squire's 

block, rear 168 Gore 
Rea William, laborer, house 7 Fourth 
Read Charles C, lawyer (27 State, B.), boards William 

Read's, Appleton 
Read Edward, hardware (13 Faneuil Hall square, B.), 

boards Wm. Read's, Appleton 
Read Eunice W. Mrs., boards 21 Harvard 
Read Freeman E., cabinetmaker, house 363 Main 

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348 CAMBRIDGE []J] DIRECTORY. 

Read Herbert, boards 22 Garden 

Read James, fishingrodmaker, 43 Brighton, house 43 do. 
Read James B., h. 715 Cambridge [bds. 215 Harvard 

Read James J., saddlery and harness (108 Sudbury, B.), 
Read John, hardware (13 Faneuil Hall square, B.), house 

Appleton, cor. Highland 
Read Joseph, laborer, house 133 Webster avenue 
Read J. Stacey, real estate (5 Pemberton square, B.), h. 

215 Harvard 
Read Lucy G., widow of John, house 22 Garden 
Read Mary C. Mrs., house 19 Perry 
Read N. Goodwin, boards William Read's, Appleton 
Read Robert M., machinist, house 253 Broadway 
Read Sarah G., Miss, house 215 Harvard 
Read Thomas, casemaker M. & H. Organ Co. 
Read Thomas, pressman, house 7 Appian way 
Read William, hardware (13 Faneuil Hall sq., B.), house 
Appleton [Appleton 

Read William, jr., hardware (13 Faneuil Hall sq. B.), h. 
Read William H., teamster, house 7 Fifth 
Read, see also Reed and Reid 

Reader Edward, jr., clerk (215 Broad, B.), house 60 Otis 
Reader L., currier F. Fischer's 
Ready Martin, gardener, house 236 Franklin 
Reagan Daniel, laborer, boards 109 Winter 
Reagan Dennis, saloon, 216 Cambridge, h. 1 Eighth 
Reagan Frank, clerk, boards 216 Cambridge 
Reagan Jeremiah, hostler, 120 Green, h. 24 Hayes court 
Reagan Jeremiah, ropemaker, h. Belmont, near Cedar 
Reagan John, butcher, boards rear 187 Cambridge 
Reagan John, laborer, h. rear 385 North avenue 
Reagan John, saloon, 91 Cambridge, house 73 Third 
Reagan Michael, laborer, house 269 Cambridge 
Real Thomas, machinist 368 Main, h. 97 Hampshire 
Reams James I., clerk (P. O., B.), h. 133 Columbia 
Reardon Bridget, widow of Daniel, house 182 Green 
Reardon Cornelius, laborer, boards 2 Broadway 
Reardon Edmund (J. Reardon & Sons), soap, tallow, and 

candle manufacturer, 92 Pearl, house 95 do. 
Reardon James H. (John Reardon & Sons), soap manu- 
facturer, 92 Pearl, house 29 Erie 
Reardon John, house 12 Hancock 
Reardon John, molder, boards 390 Main 
Reardon John, molder, boards 60 Cherry 
Reardon John (J. Reardon & Sons), soap and candle 

manufacturer, 92 Pearl, house 13 Erie 
Reardon John, boards Ninth, near Cambridge* 

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CAMBRIDGE []J] DIRECTORY. 349 

•Reardon John & Sons (John, Edmund and James H. 

Reardon), soap and candle mnfrs., 92 and 94 Pearl 
Reardon John, jr., at J. Reardon's, house 29 Erie 
Reardon John H., car builder U. R. Co., boards 69 Mt. 

Auburn 
Reardon Michael, baker, 15 River, house 176 Franklin 
Reardon Michael Mrs., house 1 Murdock 
Reardon Michael, grocer, Montgomery, n. Spruce, h. do. 
Reardon Michael, laborer, house Ninth, near Cambridge 
Reardon Owen, hostler W. L. Lockhart, h. 30 Gore 
Reardon Patrick, laborer, house 23 Sixth 
Reardon Timothy, switchtender U. R. Co. (B.), house 

123 Spring 
Reardon Timothy Mrs., house Harvey, near Clay 
Reardon William, soap and tallow manufacturer, Winsor, 

near Cambridge, bds. 13 Erie 
REARDON WILLIAM H., plumber 20 Brattle, bds. 

95 Pearl 
Redington Anna, widow of John, house 7 Grant 
Redington Patrick, teamster, bouse 13 Grant 
Reddick Henry J., station agent Fitchburg R. R., North 

avenue, house do. 
Reddam Timothy, grocer, 38 DeWolf, house do. 
Redding David, shoemaker, house Franklin, n. Soden 
Redding Lucy M. Miss, teacher Poplar street primary 

school (B.), house 9 Antrim 
Redding Margaret R., house 9 Antrim 
Redding Sylvanus C, engineer, 77 Main, house 75 Fifth 
Reddington Edward C, laborer, boards 13 Grant 
Reddington Thomas H., machinist (B.), house off Mt. 

Auburn, near Eliot 
Reddy Paul, laborer, house 222 Franklin 
Redfern Edward, jeweler (B.), boards 211 Harvard 
Redfern William, laborer, house 20 Hayes court 
Redfield William P., bookkeeper (450 Wash. B.), boards 

14 Clinton 
Redkinson Charles, plasterer, house 15 Grant 
Redmond John, laborer, h. 5 Foster's block, r. 93 Main 
Redmond Thomas, shoemaker, 463 Main, boards do. 
Reeby William H., divinity student H. TJ., rooms 41 Di- 
vinity Hall 
Reed Alice S. Miss, phonographer, house 56 Trowbridge 
Reed Alonzo, blacksmith P. Nutting & Co., h. 39 River 
Reed Charles A., laborer, house 169 Winsor 
Reed Charles F., action maker M. & H. Organ Co., house 

4 Rockwell 
Reed Charles H., clerk Cambridge P. O., bds. 77 Brattle 

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350 CAMBRIDGE [R] DIRECTORY. 

Reed Clarence G., plasterer, h. 1 Symond's blk., DeWolf 
Reed C. Thayer, house 5 Avon 
Reed David, laborer, house 19 Winsor 
Reed David, laborer, house 70 Harvard 
Reed Enos Mrs., widow, house 84 Cambridge 
Reed Enos W., milkman, house 79 Thorndike 
Reed Frank, laborer, house Derby lane 
Reed Frank J., expressman, boards 142 Thorndike 
Reed Frederick (Edward Hixon & Co.), furniture and up- 
holstery (364 Wash. B.), factory 124 Harvard, house 
70 Franklin 
Reed George, mariner, house 88 Harvard 
Reed George B., law bookseller (37 Brattle, B.), house 43 
Cottage [bridge 

Reed George H., salesman, 12 Cambridge, house 80 Cam- 
REED GUILFORD S., dentist (48 Essex, B.), house 

56 Trowbridge 
Reed Henry C, clothing, 130 Cambridge, h. 49 Fourth 
Reed Henry L., action maker M. & H. Organ Co., house 4 

Rockwell 
Reed Honora, widow of John, house 5 Flagg 
Reed James, cutler, house rear 9 Eliot 
Reed John, laborer, house Derby lane 
Reed Joseph W., expressman, house 142 Thorndike 
Reed Nelson, cook, house 211 Mount Auburn 
Reed Robert, painter, house Derby lane 
Reed Theodore C, shoemaker, house 44 Fourth 
Reed Thomas, carpenter, bds. 67 Western avenue 
Reed Thomas Mrs., widow, house 44 Fourth 
Reed, see also Read and Reid 
Reehal James, glassmaker, house 21 Winter 
Reehal James E., jr., glassmaker, boards 21 Winter 
Reehal Peter A., upholsterer, boards 21 Winter 
Rees Edwin, painter*, house 402 Main 
Reeves Benjamin F., hairdresser, house 18 Shepard 
Reeves E. Forrest, cooper, house 141 Gore [ard 

Reeves Fred. H., clerk (Lowell depot, B.), bds. 18 Shep- 
Reeves Samuel, tin peddler, house 22 East 
Regal Augustus, glass worker, house 75 Spring 
Regal Frank, glassmaker, house 89 Fourth 
Regal Mary M. Mrs., dry goods, 47)£ Gore, h. 6 Second 
Regal Victor, glassmaker, house 6 Second 
Rehill Thomas, laborer, house 7 Portland 
Reid A., widow of Andrew, nurse, house 29 Hamilton 
Reid James A., plumber (237 Wash., B.), h. 9 Perry 
Reid Michael, plasterer and grocer, Mt. Auburn, corner 
Willard, house do. 

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CAMBRIDGE [ft] DIRECTORY. 351 

Reid Robert, machinist, 368 Main, house 202 Green 
Reid Thomas, casemaker M. & H. Organ Co., house 124 

Green 
Reid William B., printer J. Wilson & Son, house at 

South Boston 
Reiger Ludwig, currier, house Harvey, near Jackson 
Reis Manuel D., boardinghouse, 25 Third 
Reitenback George, boards Prospect House 
Reizentes Joaquim, polisher, boards 25 Third 
Remick Charles H., house 93^ Bigelow 
Remick Edward E., pianoforte actionmaker, house 5 

Columbia 
Remick Jacob B., cattlebroker, boards Charles Curtis', 

Groveland 
Remick Ursula M., widow of John, house 93^ Bigelow 
Rent William, printer, house 1 Whitney's court 
Re vera Geronimo, machinist, house 416 Main 
Revere Sugar Refinery (Nash, Spaulding & Co.), Water, 

opp. N. E. Glass Co., office 23 Broad, Boston 
Reversible Collar Co., 10 Arrow, Geo. K. Snow, president 
Rexford Elizabeth, widow of R. W., bds. 44 Mt. Auburn 
Reycroft Joseph W., carriage maker, house 30 East 
Reynolds Caroline, widow, house 136 Brookline 
Reynolds Catherine, widow of Nicholas, house 14 Lopez 
Reynolds Frank M., hackdriver, house 126 Pearl 
Reynolds James, laborer, house Jackson, n. Spruce 
Reynolds Maria, widow of Edward F., bds. 7 Lambert av. 
Reynolds Rozena Miss, house 136 Brookline 
Reynolds Samuel, bootmaker, house 4 Stinson court 
Reynolds Sarah L., widow of James, h. 8 Blackstone 
Reynolds William H., house 108 Winsor 
Rhind Richard A., salesman, house rear 19 Vine 
Rhoades Herbert A., clerk (40 State, room 8, B.), house 

12 Bigelow 
Rhoades Josiah R., carpenter, 102 Allston, h. 112 Pearl 
Rhoades Silas, carpenter, 42 Elm, house 12 Bigelow 
Rhoades Solomon, provisions, 17 Brattle, h. at Somerville 
Rhybet Timothy, bookbinder, Riverside, bds. 33 Hewes 
Rice Alfred L., clerk (B.), boards 308 Harvard 
Rice Asaph, cabinetmaker, boards 9 Seventh 
Rice Charles D., counselor, boards 160 Brattle 
Rice Duane L., foreman G. Woods & Co., 624 Main, h. 

14 Pleasant 
Rice Edmund, Brevet Col. U. S. A., house 160 Brattle 
Rice Edward E., adv. agt. (99 State, B.), h. 353 Harvard 
Rice Elias, driver U.R. Co., bds. Mrs. Johnson's, North av. 
Rice Eliza D., widow of Moses M., house 160 Brattle 

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352 CAMBRIDGE [R] DIRECTORY. 

Rice George B., clerk (222 Congress, B.), bds. L. Sage's, 
Sorrier ville av. [way 

Rice Geo. P., salesman (34 Chauncy, B.) s bds. 323 Broad- 
Rice Henry J., carpenter (118 Water, B.), house 179 

Cambridge 
Rice Henry G., clerk (364 Wash.. B.), bds. 324 Harvard 
Rice Homer, real estate (3 Congress sq., B.), boards 11 

Market 
Rice Israel L. G., inventor, boards 160 Brattle 
RICE JAMES B., Jr., bats, caps, etc. (16 Chauncv, 

B.), house 38 Orchard 
Rice Jean, shoemaker, 20 Brattle, boards 159 Bridge 
Rice John, cabinetmaker, boards 159 Bridge 
Rice John S., tinplate worker (23 John, B.), h. 18 Perry- 
Rice Maria A., widow, house 3 Chapman place 
Rice Marie H., widow of Joseph H., house 7 Spruce 
Rice Marshall X. (American Xet and Twine Co.), Third, 

house at Arlington 
Rice Martha J., widow of Aaron, h. i00 Mt. Auburn 
Rice Sarah, widow, house 8 Baldwin place 
Rice Thomas, teamster, h. 257 Mt. Auburn [Harvard 

Rice Thomas G., U. S. appraiser (177 State, B. ), h. 342 
Rice William, tailor, 567 Main, h. 15 Mavnard place 
Rice Wra, H., at G. Woods & Co.'s, bds.* 14 Pleasant 
Rich Anna A., widow of Peter, h. off Mt. Auburn, near 

Eliot 
Rich Catherine L., widow of Nathaniel L., seamstress, h. 

52 Fifth 
Rich Wm. P., coachman, bds. offMt. Auburn, n. Eliot 
Richards Daniel P., boxmaker, house rear Putnam ave- 
nue, near Sidney 
Richards David J., student H. U., rooms 471 Broadway 
Richards Edward K., machinist and engineer, h. 27 Essex 
Richards Granville S., boxmaker, house 59 Moore 
Richards Hannah, house 113 Spruce 
Richards John, woodcarver, house 113 Third 
Richards John K., student H. TJ., rooms 10 Oxford 
Richards Joseph R., architect (46 Court, B.), house 733 

Cambridge 
Richards Mitchell, saloon, 113 Spruce, house do. 
Richards William P., student H. U., rooms 733 Camb. 
Richardson Alex (Custom House, B.), house 88 Harvard 
Richardson Alonzo L., actionmaker Mason & Hamlin 
Richardson Benjamin F., musical instrumentmaker (13 

Bowker, B.), h. 143 Washington 
Richardson Benjamin H., books and stationery, 5 Harvard 

sq., house 12 Wendell 

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CAMBRIDGE []J] DIRECTORY. 353 

Richardson Charles A., bookkeeper University Press, h. 1 

Shepherd's blk., 10 Charles River 
RICHARDSON CHARLES E., cashier Lechmere Na- 
tional Bank, 66 Cambridge, h. 23 Ellsworth av. 
Richardson Charles J., machinist, Otis, n. First, house at 

Somerville 
Richardson Charles X., fireman B. & L. R. R., b. 70 Second 
RICHARDSON EDWARD, cashier National City 

Bank of Cambridge, 553 Main, h. 803 do. 
Richardson Elizabeth 5iiss, house 74 Harvard 
Richardson Emily M. Miss, house 25 Mt. Auburn 
Richardson Frank C, clerk, 9 Brattle, bds. 25 Mt. Auburn 
Richardson Frank G., tube-boardmaker Mason & Hamlin 
Richardson Frederick F., tinplate worker, h. 5 Rockwell 
Richardson Frank E., bookkeeper (13 Bowker, B.), bds. 

143 Washington 
Richardson George E., clerk and messenger National City 

Bank, 553 Main, boards 803 do. 
Richardson George F., mason, house 5 Union 
Richardson George P., house 7 Frost 
Richardson Georgiana B., widow of George E., house 5 

Wright 
Richardson Horatio S. (A. R. Bayley & Co.), apothecary, 

607 Main, bds. 100 Austin 
Richardson James, house 15 Hastings 
Richardson James, jr., teamster, house 141 Franklin 
Richardson James P., Circuit Judge (Texas), house 17 

Western avenue [20 Lake 

Richardson John C, real estate (209 Washington, B.), h. 
Richardson John F., mason (Cross, cor. Endicott, B.), h. 

Shawm ut a v., n. Arlington 
Richardson John H., britanniaworker, h. 103 Tremont 
Richardson John P. (Treat & Richardson), organ manuf., 

384 Main, h. 96 Austin 
Ridhardson John W., clerk, house 20 Main 
Richardson Joseph V., boards 42 Trowbridge 
Richardson Maria R. Miss, dressmaker, h. 24 Watson 
Richardson Orlando B., photographer (88 Hanover, B.), 

house 9 Tremont 
Richardson Oscar W., boards 7 Lake View avenue 
Richardson O. A. Mrs., at College library, boards 40 Mt. 

Auburn [Mt. Auburn 

Richardson Samuel C, hairdresser, 10 Brighton, h. 77 
Richardson Samuel W., house 17 Western av. 
Richardson Sarah E., widow of Edwin F., bds. 76 Green 
Richardson Virgil, porter (27 Otis, B.), h. 54 Washington 
Richardson Walcott, cattlebroker, h. 7 Lake View av. 

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354 CAMBRIDGE [R] DIRECTORY. 

Richardson William Fox, iron and steel (41 Fulton, B.), 

house Walden, west of R. R. 
Richardson William F., jr. (41 Fulton, B.), boards F. 

Richardson's, Walden 
Richardson Wm. M., student H. U., rooms 156 Mt. Auburn 
Richardson William T., coal and wood, College wharf, or- 
der box at University bookstore, 464 Harvard, house 

42 Trowbridge 
Richings William M., confectioner, h. 146 Thorndike 
Richmond Ann Mrs., house 16 Leighton court 
Richmond Anna Miss, boards 794 Main 
Richmond Bessie R. Miss, boards 794 Main 
Richmond Charles E., house 65 Magazine 
Richmond George F., clerk (15 Chauncy, B.), house 18 

William 
Richmond John W., glassmaker, boards 16 Leighton ct. 
Richmond William H., machinist, bds. 16 Leighton ct. 
Rickards Bennett O., organcasemaker, M. & H. Organ 

Co., house 140 Pearl 
Rickards Edward, laborer, house 16 Hastings 
Ricker Clinton A., bookkeeper (Somerville), boards 112 

Thorndike 
Ricker George H., clerk, 153 Harvard, bds. 85 Winsor 
Ricker John E., house 24 Coggswell avenue 
Ricker Jerediah, carpenter, and gents' furnishing goods, 

30 River, house 26 do. 
Ricker Luther P., carpenter, house 34 Lee 
Ricker Moses, carpenter, River, junction Western avenue, 

house 12 River 
Ricker Sarah E. Mrs., house 112 Thorndike 
Ricker Susan H. Miss, teacher Allston grammar school, 

room 4, boards 26 River 
Ricker Vesey P., grocer, 153 Harvard, house 85 Winsor 
Ricker William H., carpenter, house 26 River 
Ricker Winfield S., printer Riverside, house 19 Park • 
Rickson Charles, porter, house 41 Hastings [Gore 

Rickson Noel R., hairdresser (29^ Howard, B.), h. 112 
Rideout Duncan T., planer, Osborn's mills, State, boards 

23 Suffolk 
Rideout Malcolm E., sawyer, house 8 Green 
Ridgeway Charles, boards 63 Pleasant 
Riggs John S., hostler, house 39 Hastings 
Riggs George t F., student (Institute of Technology, B.), 

house 105 Oxford 
Riggs Julia, widow, house 25 Webster avenue 
Riggs May, house 60 Washington 
Riley Cornelius, laborer, boards 186 Gore 



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CAMBRIDGE [ft] DIRECTORY. 355 

Riley Daniel, laborer, house rear 209 Mt. Auburn 

Riley Frederic, slate and metal roofer, house 35 Pearl 

Riley George H., pianoforte keymaker, boards 383 Main 

Riley Harriet S., widow of John, house 191 Cambridge 

Riley Hugh, brushmaker, house 25 Fifth 

Riley James (Riley & Son), 77 Cambridge, bds. 75 do. 

Riley James, teamster, 115 Bridge, h. at Somervilie 

Riley Jeremiah, laborer, house 72 Gore 

Riley John, hostler, boards Flagg, near Banks 

Riley John, laborer, house 105 Kinnaird 

Riley John, pianoforte keymaker, house 3 Broadway 

Riley John, laborer for Mrs. Thos. G. Carey, 11 Ware, 

boards do. 
Riley John, teamster, house 9 Somerset 
Riley John, jr., teamster, boards 9 Somerset 
Riley Martin, laborer, house Elm, near Cambridge 
Riley Mary Miss, house Bay, corner Kinnaird 
Riley Mary, widow of Patrick, house 11 Somerset 
Riley Michael, laborer, house 9 South 
Riley Michael, laborer, boards 17 South 
Riley Patrick, laborer, house 30 Donnell 
Riley Rodolphus, pianoforte actionmaker, h. 175 Main 
Riley Sarah Mrs., house 87 Harvard 
Riley Thomas, laborer, house Hunting, near Cambridge 
Riley Thomas, watchman, house 4 Village [do. 

Riley Thomas (Riley & Son), tailor, 77 Cambridge, h. 75 
Riley William, pianoforte keymaker, boards 383 Main 
Riley William J., banker (9 Congress, B.), house 191 

Cambridge 
RILEY & SON (Thomas and James Riley), tailors, and 

gents' furnishing goods, 77 Cambridge 
Rimson Augustus, teamster, house 23 Brewery 
Rindge Daniel, carpenter, 51 Otis, house 42 Third 
Rindge John, clerk (4 Winthrop sq., B.), house 13 Ells- 
worth avenue 
Rindge Samuel B. (4 Winthrop sq., B.), and pres. Charles 

River National Bank, house 344 Harvard 
Ring John, currier, house rear 5 Vine 
Ring Martin A., marblecutter, 19 Main, h. at Boston 
Ringer Josiah H., foreman N. N. Stickney & Co., house 

896 Main 
Riordan Daniel J., telegraph operator (B.), boards 178 

Franklin 
Riordan Michael, baker, boards 178 Franklin 
Ripley Frank L., clerk, 517 Main, boards 3 Lamson 

block, Essex 
Ripley Richard A., house 60 River 

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356 CAMBRIDGE []£] DIRECTORY. 

Ripley Richard J., foreman (1, 3, and 5 Washington, B.), 

house 101 Pearl 
Risdon Isaac E., sheet ironworker, house 414 Main 
Ritchie Albert, icedriver (48 State, B.), bds. 34 Second 
Ritchie James J., law student, rooms 5 Linden 
Rivera Geronimo, machinist, 368 Main 
Rivers Francis, laborer, house 144 Pleasant 
Rivers Francis, mariner, house 4 Sands 
Rivers Isaac, carpenter, house 72 Columbia 
Rivers Isaac W., carpenter, bds. 72 Columbia [bridge 
Riverside Press (H. O. Houghton & Co.), Riverside, Cam- 
Rivinius Fred. W. (F. W. and L. A. Rivinius), stoves and 

tinware, 432 Harvard, boards 14 Eliot 
RIVINIUS F. W. & L. A. (Fred. W. and Lewis A. 

Rivinius), stoves and tinware, 432 Harvard 
Rivinius Lewis A. (F. W. and L. A. Rivinius), stoves and 

tinware, boards 41 Holyoke 
Roach David F., bookkeeper (B.), boards 31 Winter 
Roach James, laborer, house rear 385 North avenue 
Roach John, laborer, house 103 Spruce 
Roach John, laborer, house 31 Cowperthwait 
Roach John E., machinist G. Woods & Co., h. 31 Winter 
Roach Lizzie J. Miss, musicteacher, boards 31 Winter 
Roach Martin W., musician, boards 9 Phillips place 
Roach Richard, hairdresser, 4 Broadway, boards 3 Bald- 
win's court 
Roach William, printer, house 23 Sargent [~h. do. 

Roaf Robert N. (R. N. Roaf & Co.), clothing, 580 Main, 
Roaf Robert N. jr. (R.N. Roaf & Co.), clothing, 580 

Main, boards do. 
Roaf R. N. & Co. (Robert N. and Robert N. Roaf, jr.), 

clothing and gents furnishing sjoods, 580 Main 
Roaf Will F., cutter, 430 Harvard Aboard s 580 Main 
Roake Peter, laborer, house 196 Norfolk 
Roan Thomas, machinist, house 9 Summer 
Robart John O., furniture dealer and picture framer, 27 

Brattle square, house 51 Banks 
Robbins Alfred C. (Robbins & Whitney), stoves, »furnaces 
and kitchen furnishing goods, 600 Main, h. 65)^ West- 
ern avenue 
Robbins Benj. W., trader, house 12 Douglass 
Robbins Daniel, laborer, h. Concord av., near Turner & 

Collins yard 
Robbins Eleazer, hairdresser, house 24 Belmont 
Robbins Erastus, machinist, 368 Main, boards 29 Cherry 
Robbins Geo. W., agent Eyelet Tool Co. (9 Green, B.), 
house 63 Columbia 

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CAMBRIDGE [R] DIRECTORY. 357 

Robbins James M., real estate, &c, 600 Main, h. 25 Lee 
Robbins Morton D., produce, house 3 Crescent 
Robbins Richard R., waiter, house 5 Flagg street court 
ROBBINS & WHITNEY (Alfred C. Robbins and Jo- 
seph A. P. Whitney), stoves, ranges, furnaces and 
kitchen furnishing goods, 600 Main [house do. 

Roberts Albert F., clerk Wm. Hutchins, Milk, cor. White, 
Roberts Alfred A. Mrs., house 3 Wallace 
Roberts Annie E. Miss, dressmaker, house rear 37 Norfolk 
Roberts Benjamin W., principal Allston grammar school, 

house 16 Prospect 
Roberts Chas. C, printer (21 Brattle, B.),h. 12 Auburn ct. 
Roberts Charles H., tilelayer, house 33 Baldwin 
Roberts David C, slater, house 2 Roger's block, Main 
Roberts George B. (Kendall & Roberts), steam boiler 

mnfr., 92 Main, house 20 Craigie 
Roberts George T., carpenter, house 67 Norfolk 
Roberts James H., machinery (118 and 120 Merrimac, B.), 

house 128 Oxford 
Roberts Owen, laborer, boards 83 Prospect 
Roberts Sebastian, salesman (Wash. B.), boards 61 Third 
Robertson Angus, printer, house 22 Upton 
Robertson James, cigars and tobacco, 205 Cambridge, h. 

at Chelsea 
Robertson William H., boards 19 Prospect 
Robins Francis, pianoforte tuner, house 172 Harvard 
Robinson Aaron, provision dealer (Causeway, cor. Biller- 

ica, B.), house 52 Franklin 
Robinson Adam, jig sawyer, boards 1813^ Harvard 
Robinson Alden, engineer S. C. Jones, h. 60 Thorndike 
Robinson Alfred, laborer, house rear 104 Harvard 
Robinson Almira H. Mrs., house 53 River 
Robinson Charles Capt., house 47 Hamilton [naird 

Robinson Converse L., pianoforte actionmaker, h. 8 Kin- 
Robinson Cornelius, laborer, house 84 Harvard 
Robinson David, laborer, house Porter 
Robinson E. Lyman, salesman (50 Chauncy, B.), house 

172 Gore 
Robinson Harry W., student H. IT., rooms 44 Holyoke 
Robinson Horatio N., machinist, house 81 Winsor 
Robinson James, printer (238 Wash. B.), house 25 Sixth 
Robinson James, teacher, house 29 William 
Robinson James A., laborer, house 37 Willard 
Robinson James B., clerk, boards 29 William 
Robinson James H , carpenter, 113 Broadway, h. 46 Pine 
Robinson James M., carriage washer, 677 Main, house rear 
66 Norfolk 

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358 CAMBRIDGE [R] DIRECTORY. 

ROBINSOX JAMES R., consulting steam engineer (55 

Simmons Building, B.), house 15 Magazine 
Robinson Joel, house 55 Cambridge 
Robinson John D., clerk (107 Milk, B.), h. r. 72 Allston 
Robinson John I., cook, house 7 Hancock 
Robinson Joseph S., carpenter, house 11 River 
Robinson J. H. B., printer, boards 102 Putnam avenue 
Robinson Milton, chemical works, 23 Main, h. at Boston 
Robinson Richard, hairdresser, Hampshire cor. Tremont, 

house 137 do. 
Robinson Thomas (Robinson & Smith), holly goods mnfr., 

440 Main, h. 33 Webster av. 
Robinson Thomas B., salesman, 168 Gore, house 172 Gore 
Robinson William D., bookkeeper, 610 Main, h. 46 Pine 
Robinson William J., organmaker G. Woods & Co., bds. 

at Somerville 
Robinson Wm. L. B., letter carrier, 625 Main, b. 46 Pine 
Robinson William R., engineer, house 8 Marvin place 
Robinson W., brassfinisher, Otis, near Third, bds. at 

Boston 
Robinson & Smith (Thomas Robinson and John E. 

Smith), holly goods manufacturers, 440 Main 
Roby John B., corset manufacturer, h. 79 Pleasant 
Roby Mary G., widow of William, boards Langdon 
Roby William H., clerk N. E. Glass Co., h. 73 Fourth 
Roby William T., patternmaker, boards 73 Fourth 
Roche John H. 5 apothecary, 474 Cambridge, bds. 1 Oak 
Roche Lizzie J. Miss, music teacher, bds 33 Fourth 
Rock Joseph, brickmaker,h. Vassal lane, n. Fresh pond 
Rock Patrick, marbleworker J. McNamee, bds. C. Davis, 

Mt. Auburn 
Rockwood D. E., widow of Warren B., h. 13^ Wallace 
Rockwood Walter F., reed maker Mason & Hamlin 
Rogan Michael J., laborer, house 102 Tremont 
Roetter Paulus, draughtsman Museum Comparative Zo- 

oligy, rooms Zoological Hall 
Roetter Simon, rooms Zoological Hall 
Rogers Andrew J., driver U. R. Co., house 105 River 
Rogers Bernard, laborer, boards 98 Fourth 
Rogers Benjamin (Rogers & Co.), coal and wood, foot of 

Coggswell avenue, house Mead, near Walden 
Rogers Benjamin F. (Rogers & Co.), house 13 Walden 
Rogers Charles M., jewelry, etc. (52 Kneeland, B.), house 

12 Rogers block, Main 
Rogers C. A., machinist, boards 51 Winter 
Rogers Frank Felix, laborer, house 224 Bridge 

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CAMBRIDGE [R] DIRECTORY. 359 

Rogers George E., manufacturer stationers' goods and 

ebony work, house 5 Holly [tham 

Rogers Granville F., clerk Cambridge Gas Co., h. at Wal- 
Rogers Geo. H., keymaker, 139 Broadway, boards 164 

Harvard 
Rogers Hamilton G., carpenter, house 42 School 
Rogers Jacob, ironroller, boards 129 Columbia 
Rogers James, stonemason, house 98 Fourth 
Rogers John, carpenter, house 44 Spring 
Rogers John, driver U. R. Co., boards 1 Oak [lane 

Rogers John F., gardener John C. Gray, h. Fresh Pond 
Rogers Joseph T., ironroller, house 7 Plymouth 
Rogers Levi, gardener, boards 5 Vine 
Rogers Patrick C, cooper, house 58 Pearl 
Rogers Stephen W., hackman, house 95 River 
Rogers Terrence, laborer, house rear 209 Franklin 
Rogers Wilbur C., upholstery goods (18 Canal, B.), house 

Shawmut avenue, corner Arlington 
Rogers William A., assistant at Observatory, boards do. 
Rogers & Co. (Benjamin and Benjamin F. Rogers), wood 

and coal, foot of Coggswell avenue 
Rohde Joseph, boots and shoes, 531 Main, h. 461 do. 
Rolfe Benjamin F. (Rolfe Brothers), painter, bds. North 

avenue, corner Beech 
Rolfe Bros. (John S. and Benjamin T.), painters, 226)^ 

North avenue 
Rolfe Daniel P., painter, boards 107 Columbia 
Rolfe George W., porter (Crawford House, B.), house 436 

Cambridge 
Rolfe John $. (Rolfe Bros.), painter, 226J North av., h. 

North avenue, corner Beech 
Rolfe Lydia D., widow, of John, house 405 Broadway 
Rolfe William, painter, 16 Brighton, house 23 Mill 
Rolfe William J., house 405 Broadway 
Rollins George O., carriagesmith, 11 Church, house 46 

Putnam avenue 
Ronan Peter, laborer, house Warren, near Cambridge 
Ronan Terrence, laborer, house Warren, near Cambridge 
Rooney Ann Miss, house 159 Broadway 
Rooney John, laborer, house 167 Broadway 
Rooney Nancy Mrs., house rear 14 Seventh 
Rooney William, laborer, house 23 Sparks 
Rooney, see also Runey 
Roper Bernard J., potter, boards 38 Reed 
Roper Elizabeth, widow of Bernard, house 38 Reed 
Roper George H., springmaker (Wash, near Haymarket 

square, B.), house 12 Front 

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360 CAMBEIDGE [ft] DIRECTORY. 

Roper James, ropemaker (Navy Yard, Charlestown), h. 

40 Reed 
Roper John, carriagepainter F. Ivers, house 40 Reed 
Roper John F., teamster, boards 67 Spruce 
Roper Joseph, ropemaker, house 67 Spruce 
Roper Joseph, ropemaker, house 38 Reed 
Ropes Sarah Miss, house 808 Main 
Rorke James, furniture polisher, house 71 Elm 
Rorschach Casper, cabinetmaker, boards 58 Fifth 
Rose Charles, laborer, boards 149 Main 
Rose Eben, teacher of drawing, 623 Main, room 7, boards 

95 Green 
Rose Daniel, in Boston rolling mill, house Bristol 
Rose James A., clerk (41 Franklin, B.), boards 29 Jay- 
Rose John T., student Episcopal Theological School, rooms 

17 Lawrence Hall 
Rosenberg Joseph, glasscutter, house 5 Lincoln 
Rosenberg Venclell, glasscutter, house 204 Cambridge 
Rosenblaunt Hermon, peddler, house 47 Fairmont 
Roskill John, cabinetmaker, 78 Main, house 3 Third 
Ross Alexander D., clerk, house 11 Revere 
Ross David, carpenter, house 11 Eighth 
Ross Denman W., rooms 24 Craigie 
Ross Frederick, laborer, house rear 50 Pine 
Ross Hibbard P., prop. Ross House, 7 Broadway, h. do. 
Ross Hugh, junk, 61 Vine, house do. 
Ross James, glassmaker, boards 61 Vine 
Ross James, boards 61 Vine 
Ross John L. (18 Arch, B.), house 24 Craigie. 
Ross Michael Mrs., house 37 Charles 
Ross Reason, hostler, house rear 90 Harvard [h. do. 

Ross Robert (Robert Ross & Son), contractor, 16 Gerry, 
Ross Robert T. (Robert Ross & Son), contractor, boards 

16 Gerry 
ROSS ROBERT & SON (Robert and Robert T. Ross), 

contractors, 16 Gerry 
Ross William, britannia worker F. Draper & Co., Otis, 

house 146 Third 
Ross William, jr., grainer, house 93 River 
Ross William J., brassfinisher, 368 Main, house Brighton, 

near Huckins' mill 
Ross William M., blacksmith, Brighton, near Huckins' 

mill, boards 890 Main 
Ross William Munroe, grainer, house 93 River 
Ross William W. Mrs., house rear 50 Pine 
Rosseter John, engineer, house rear 169 Bridge 
Roth John J., cabinetmaker, boards 8 Broadway 

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Roth Jacob, cabinetmaker, boards 8 Broadway 
Rouch Alex., cooper, 18 Vine, boards 23 Vine 
Roulstone Samuel, upholsterer Worcester Bros., house 

rear 17 Charles River 
Rounds Beuj. T., mason (173 Cambridge, B.), h. 36 Pearl 
Rounds Charles A., conductor U. R. Co., bds. 12 Dunster 
Roundy George W., oiled-hatmaker Pettingill & Sawyer, 

house at No. Woburn 
Rountree George, student H. U., rooms 28 Wendell 
Rourke Dennis, peddler, house Porter, near Warren 
Rourke James, peddler, house rear 64 Charles 
Rourke James B., peddler, house 40 Vine 
Rourke James E., undertaker, rear 50 Essex, h. 71 Elm 
Rourke Jeremiah, laborer, house 37 Somerset 
Rourke Julia, widow of John, bouse 103 Spruce 
Rourke Mary, widow of Lawrence, house 22 Harvard 
Rourke Michael, laborer, house 85 Spruce 
Rourke Michael, house 29 Harvard 
Rourke Patrick, peddler, house 27 Webster avenue 
Rourke Peter F., groceries and provisions, 16 Harvard, 

house do. 
Rourke Thomas, laborer, house 55 Charles 
Rouse Edward, blacksmith, house 4 Lechmere block, 

Cambridge, corner Bridge 
Roust Joseph, blacksmith, house 10 Flagg 
Roust Richard, stonecutter, house 6 Hayes court 
Routh Leonard, cabinetmaker, boards 29 Winter 
Row Jabez F., painter, house 20 Prince 
Rowe Florence Miss, milliner, 46 Brighton, house do. 
Rowe Hugh, granite contractor, 45 Main, house 36 Cow- 

perthwait 
Rowe James S., gilder, boards 38 Shepard 
Rowe John, stonecutter, 45 Main, house 2 Dock 
Rowe John J., stonecutter, 45 Main, bds. 36 Cowperthwait 
Rowe Joseph O. F., house Acorn, corner Chestnut 
Rowe M. Emma Miss, bookkeeper M. A. Maynard, boards 

46 Brighton 
ROWE REUBEN B., express, office 525 Main and (38 

F. H. sq., B.), house 50 Springfield, Somerville 
Rowe Samuel F., teamster A. Hubbard, h. 46 Brighton 
Rowe S. Florence, millinery, 46 Brighton, house do. 
Rowe V. E., brassfinisher, 368 Main, boards 21 Sidney 
Rowell Ephraim Q., mason, house 44 Bigelow 
Rowell Frank C, furniture finisher, boards 97 Auburn 
Rowell George W., engineer Thurston, Hall & Co., house 

76 Norfolk [house 97 Auburn 

Rowell Samuel, cigars and liquor (2 F. H. square, B.), 

FANCY SUITS, *£-&-£££?**., CAMBRIDGE. 



362 CAMBRIDGE [R] DIRECTORY. 

Rowen James, laborer, Mt. Auburn, house McDonald 
Rowen Michael, stonemason, house 145 Franklin 
Rowen Patrick, engineer (Mass. Gen. Hospital, Boston), 

boards 82 Cambridge 
Rowland Michael, tailor (B.), house 203 Cambridge 
Rowlands Samuel, harnessmaker and carriage trimmer, 

446 Main, house 17 Plymouth 
Roy Bridget Mrs., house 23 Cowperthwait 
Royal Frank, sheetironworker, 92 Main 
Royal Luther M., driver U. R. Co., bds. 28 Coggswell av. 
Royce George M., student Divinity school, rooms 15 

Divinity Hall 
Rugg Charles W., policeman station 2, h. 100 Putnam av. 
Rugg George H. (Holmes & Rugg), wood and coal 

dealer, River, opp. City mill, house 219 Putnam av. 
RUGG SAMUEL F., real estate and auctioneer, 8 Brattle 

and (5 Tremont row, B.), house 14 Wright 
Ruggles John, vinegar mnfr., boards 94 Prospect 
Ruggli Joseph A., boot and shoe maker, 20 Brattle, house 

33 Mill 
Ruhan John, wheelwright, rear Mrs. S. W. Burpee's, Co- 
lumbia, house 200 Norfolk 
Ruhling Frederick Mrs., house 48 Portland 
Rumrill Ebenezer B., patternmaker, house 32 Norfolk 
Rundlett Roger S., tuner M. & H. Organ Co., house 25 

Columbia 
Rundlet Taylor M. Mrs., house 8 Tremont 
Runey S. S. Mrs., house 101 Thorndike 
Russ Charles B., artist, house 3 Norfolk 
Russ George L., ornamental painter, house 10 Union 
Russ William H., bookbinder, house 9 Union 
Russ William H., jr., bookbinder, house 28 Union 
Russell Amos, house 8 Douglass 
Russell Amos W., house 19 Essex 
Russell Charles D., compositor, house 450 Broadway 
Russell Charles L., constable, house 30 Franklin 
Russell Chas. Theo., counsellor (27 State, B.), h. 69 Spares 
Russell Chas. Theo., jr., lawyer (27 State, B.), b. 69 Sparks 
Russell Charles W., provisions, house 40 Putnam avenue 
Russell C. Maria Miss, house 902 Main 
Russell Daniel W., conductor U. R. Co., boards rear 102 

Putnam avenue 
Russell Edward G., clergyman, house 780 Main 
Russell Fisk, foreman pattern shop (120 Fulton, B.), h. 

8 Worcester 
Russell Francis F. (Russell & Green), furniture, etc., 535 

Main, house Pearl,, cor. Green 

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CAMBEIDGE [R] DIRECTORY.* , 363 

Russell Frank E., livery stable (35 Endicott, B.), house 

270 Broadway- 
Russell George R., clerk (12 F. H. square, B.), h. 402 Main 
Russell Henry E., clerk (205 State, B.), bds. 69 Sparks 
Russell Israel, bootmaker, house 111 Spring 
Russell James S., butcher, house 41 Oxford 
Russell John, blacksmith, 368 Main 
Russell John F., mason, house rear 45 Winter 
Russell John H., driver cracker wagon F. A. Kennedy, 

502 Main, house 9 Worcester 
Russell John H., regulator Mason & Hamlin 
Russell Joseph, laborer, house 356 Broadway 
Russell Joseph B. (18 T. wharf, B.), boards 69 Sparks 
Russell Joseph H., orgicnregulator, house 135 Brookline 
Russell J. Henry, clerk (39 Court, B.), h. 40 Putnam av. 
Russell Luther, glassblower, house 185 Hampshire 
Russell Shepard, carpenter, house 64 Sidney 
Russell Sylvanus, printer, boards 15 Farwell place 
Russell Theodore L., baker, rooms 14 Eliot 
Russell Thomas, laborer, house 37 Dunster 
Russell Thomas, slater, house 135 Webster avenue 
Russell Thos. F., shoemaker, 184 North av., house 354 

Broadway 
Russell Wilbur S., clerk, Blackstone Bank (132 Hanover, 

B.), boards 80 Inman 
Russell William E., student H. U., rooms 69 Sparks 
Russell William J., groceries and provisions, 27 Brighton, 

house do. 
Russell William O., glassen graver, house 101 Tremont 
Russell William W., mason, house 23 Fourth 
Russell & Green (Francis F. Russell and Josiah N. Green), 

furniture and crockery, 535 Main 
Ruston John T., cracker packer F. A. Kennedy, boards 

12 Lincoln 
Ruston Thomas, glassmaker, house 12 Lincoln 
Ruth Jane Miss (Maguire & Ruth), fancy goods, 380 Cam- 
bridge, house do. 
Ryall Frank, laborer, house McCabe, cor. Jefferson 
Ryan Bridget, widow, house 17 Washington 
Ryan Bridget, widow of Patrick, house 164 Main 
Ryan Charles H., carpenter, house 8 Donnell 
Ryan Charles W., clerk (Washington, cor. Avon, B.), bds. 

42 Austin 
Ryan Cornelius, currier, house 45 Reed 
Ryan Dennis, laborer, house 4 Gore 
Ryan Dennis, laborer, house 63 Spruce 
Ryan James F., plumber (94 Chas'n,' B.), h. 145 Columbia 

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364 CAMBEIDGE [g] DIRECTORY. 

Ryan John, waiter Holly Tree Coffee rooms, h. 11 Gerry 
Ryan John, shoemaker, 597 Main, bouse 159 Franklin 
Ryan John, laborer, house 34 Cambridge 
Ryan John, laborer, house rear 423 Cambridge 
Ryan John G., printer (699 Wash., B.), house 34 Amory 
Ryan Joseph, cooper, house 303 Cambridge 
Ryan Michael, laborer, house 9 Baldwin court 
Ryan Pierson, plasterer, bds. Willard, near Mt. Auburn 
Ryan Thomas, laborer, house 155 Franklin 
Ryan Thomas, laborer, house 42 Washington 
Ryan Timothy, millman F. Geldowsky, house 110 Gore 
Ryan William, peddler, house 6 Jackson 
Ryan Wm., fretsawyer Braman, Shaw & Co., h. 4 Gore 
Ryan Wm. H., foreman dry pressroom University Press, 
house Sacramento place 

Rydberg , carpenter, house rear 54 Gore 

Ryder Charles, carpenter, house 117 Prospect 

Ryder Geo. E., commission merchant (6 Commercial, B.), 

house 12 Magazine 
Ryder Geo. G., commission merchant (6 Commercial, B.), 

house 313 Broadway 
Ryder George O., printer, house 138 Hampshire 
Ryder Richard, ship master, house 58 Norfolk [ton 

Ryder Rodolphus, pianoforte action maker, h. 90 Washing- 
Ryder Salathiel N. (Ryder & Davis), grocer, 126 In man, 

house do. 
Ryder & Davis (Salathiel N. Ryder and Edward A. Da- 
vis), grocers, 126 Inman 
Ryerson John, carpenter, boards 134 Winsor 

SADLER JAMES, driver U. R. Co., boards rear 5 

Harvard square 
Safford Aaron H. s woolens (20 Franklin, B.), house 5 

Fay er weather 
Safford Oscar F., clergyman, h. 88 Norfolk [mont 

Safford Truman H., undertaker, Mt. Auburn,- h. at Bel; 
Sage Lewis, house Milk, near Union square 
Salham Jacob, engineer B. & L. R. R., boards 3 East 
Salter William M., Divinity student, rooms 18 Divinity 

Hall [Sparks 

Sampson David H., clerk (B.), house off Mt. Auburn, near 
Sampson George, laborer, h. Concord av., near F. R. R. 
Sampson George, clerk, 436 Harvard, bds. at Charlestown 
Sampson Jacob A., janitor, h. off Mt. Auburn, n. Eliot 
Sampson James, hostler, house 52 Hastings 
Sampson Leander, laborer, house 9 Baldwin court [Co. 
Sampson Sewal D., foreman wood workers M. & H. Organ 



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CAMBRIDGE [g] DIRECTOKY. 365 

Sampson William P., boots and shoes, Douglass block, 

597 Main, house 42 Magazine 
Samuel Sarah, widow of Alfred L., house 10 Eliot 
Samuels Samuel D., machinist, house 27 Sixth 
Sanborn Abram B., engineer B. & L. & N". R. R., house 44 

Second 
Sanborn Ambrose H., machinist B. & L. R. R. shop, house 

123 Thorndike 
Sanborn Amos C. (Amos C. Sanborn & Co.), granite 

dealer, Sanborn's wharf, 68 Bridge, h. 149 Magazine 
Sanborn A. C. & Co. (Amos C. Sanborn, Mrs. James F. 

Sanborn, Benjamin S. Hoyt, and Lyman F.Sanborn), 

rough and hammered granite, Sanborn's wharf, 68 

Bridge (Boston office, 17 Court) 
Sanborn Charles A., butcher, house 10 Coggswell av. 
Sanborn Charles A., jr., conductor IT. R. Co., house 28 

Coggswell avenue 
Sanborn Charles M., conductor U. R. Co., bds. 7 Perry 
Sanborn Edmund E., sale stable, Walden, n. .North av., 

boards 10 Coggswell avenue 
Sanborn Elizabeth A., widow of James F., h. 96 Magazine 
Sanborn Frank A., cashier (3 Sears building, B.), house 

9 Reed 

Sanbgrn George O., clothing, boards 149 Magazine 
Sanborn Joel L., machinist and grocer, 361 Main, h. do. 
Sanborn Joshua S., clerk, 509 Main, house 29 Brookline 
Sanborn Lyman F. (A. C. Sanborn &■ Co.), rough and 

hammered granite, 68 Bridge, bds. 149 Magazine 
Sanborn Silas, boards 92 Thorndike 
Sanborn Silas, jr., clerk (Custom House, B.), house 92 

Thorndike [129 Magazine 

Sanborn Sulvilyer H., bookbinder (73 Federal, B.), house 
Sanborn William H., conductor U. R. Co., h. 172 North av. 
Sancrie Charles A., mason, boards 101 Spring 
Sanders Daniel, laborer, house 6 Short 
Sanders George A., clerk (151 Milk, B.), house 28 Pearl 
Sanders James R., peddler, house 111 Winsor 
Sanders Joseph, shoemaker, house Tannery 
Sanders Samuel, agent (Citizen's Mutual Insurance Co. of 

Brighton), house 11 Market 
Sanders Thomas J., watchman N". E. Glass Co., h. 124 Otis 
Sanders William, potter, boards 36 Fairmont 
Sanderson Christopher C., carpenter, house 27 Tremont 
Sanderson George A., baker, 171 Cambridge, h. at Chas'n 
Sanderson John, marblerubber, house McDonald 
Sanderson Joseph, policeman (B. & A. depot, B.), house 

10 Farwell place 

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366 CAMBRIDGE [g] DIRECTORY. 

Sanderson Mary C. Mrs., house 256 North avenue 
Sanderson Simeon, salesman (53 North Market, B.), house 

33 Pearl [20 Harrison 

Sanderson George R., key maker M. & H. O. Co., house 
Sands Albert I., bookkeeper (120 North, B.), house 12 

Warland 
Sands Benjamin F., flour (172 State, B.), h. 20 Avon 
Sands Charles J., agent dredging machine, h. 95 Otis 
Sands Harriet E. Miss, millinery, 12 Harvard row, boards 

Ivory Sands', Banks 
Sands Henrietta, widow, house rear 63 Washington 
Sands Ivory, house Banks, corner Sands 
Sands James, teaming, house 3 Madison 
Sands John L , brickmaker, Walden, h. 25 Wyeth 
Sands Martin W., brickmaker, boards 25 Wyeth 
Sands Orin E., clerk (3 Kilby, B.), house 15 Wyeth 
Sands Robert L., monumental marble works, Coolidge 

av., house Mt. Auburn, opp. Cemetery 
Sands Winslow M., clerk J. L. Sands, bds. 25 Wyeth 
Sandt Charles, brassfinisher, house 208 Harvard 
SANGER EDWIN A., produce dealer (34 New F. H. 

Market, B.), house 61 Pleasant [Norfolk 

Sanger Edward G., bookkeeper (50 Franklin, B.), house 9 
Sanger George P., U. S. attorney and counselor at law, 

U. S. Court House (140 Tremont, B.), house 472 

Broadway 
Sanger George P., jr., law student, bds. 472 Broadway 
Sanger Irene F. Miss, teacher (99 Charles, B.), boards 472 

Broadway 
Sanger John W., clerk, boards 472 Broadway 
Sanger Ralph Mrs., boards 472 Broadway 
Sanger Warren, cashier Monument Nat. Bank (15 City 

sq., Charlestown), h. Arlington, n. Shawmut av. 
Sanger William T., clerk (19 Battery march, B.), boards 

472 Broadway 
Santos Charles, mariner, house 4 Vine 
Sargeant Samuel D., publisher (121 Franklin, B.), house 

20 Ware 
Sargeant Sarah W. Miss, house 646 Cambridge 
Sargent Amos W. (Sargent & Verity), grocer, 171 Main, 

house 173 do. 
Sargent Benjamin, glassmaker, house rear 98 Cambridge 
Sargent Daniel T., delivery clerk freight house (B. & A. 

R. R., B.), house 24 Essex 
Sargent George F., carpenter, boards 25 Gore 
Sargent Howard, mariner, house 11 Follen 
Sargent John, house 53 Norfolk 

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CAMBRIDGE [g] DIRECTORY. 367 

Sargent John D., boards 53 Norfolk 
Sargent John W., galvanizer D. S. Co., h. 136 Pleasant 
Sargent Leicester, student H. XJ., rooms 467 Broadway- 
Sargent Maria, widow, house 5 Brooks 
Sargent Nettie Miss, teacher Boardman primary school, 

boards 93 Austin 
Sargent & Verity (Amos W. Sargent and John S. Verity), 

grocers, 171 Main 
Sarsfield John s painter, 13 Brattle, house at Brighton 
Sassard Eliza J., widow of John A., house rear 28 Front 
Sassard John E., wigmaker (415 Wash., B.), house rear 

28 Front 
Satchwell Christopher, printer, boards 14 Eliot 
Saul Clarence, boards 62 Columbia 

Saul William B., clerk (71 Summer, B.), bds. 122 Norfolk 
Saul William H., foreman (3 Winthrop sq., B.), house 62 

Columbia 
Saunders Charles H., house 50 North avenue 
Saunders Francis E., dry goods, Little's block, Harvard 

sq., cor. Dunster, house Everett, near North avenue 
Saunders George E., hardware (119 Wash., B.), boards 9 

Concord avenue [cord av. 

Saunders George S., hardware (119 Wash., B.), h. 9 Con- 
Saunders Horace, real estate (1 Pemberton sq., B.), house 

83 North avenue 
Saunders Joseph B., canvasser, house 24 Brookline 
Saunders William A., clothing, house 28 Harrison 
Saunders William A., real estate (1 Pemberton sq., B.), 

house 108 North avenue 
Saunders William E. (N. N. Stickney & Co.), lumber 

dealer, Winthrop wharf, bds. 108 North avenue 
Savage Charles B. (Savage & Son), expressman, 600 

Main, house 30 Warland 
Savage David (Savage & Son), expressman, 600 Main, 

house 473 do. 
Savage Edward C, expressman, bds. 115 Washington 
Savage Frank G., foreman Geo. Woods & Co., 624 Main, 

house at Charlestown 
Savage James M., carpenter, house 132 Otis 
Savage John, carpenter, 3 Dyke, house do. 
Savage John E., carpenter, bds. J. Savage's, 3 Dyke 
Savage Lizzie C. Mrs., dressmaker, 22 Second, house do. 
Savage Mary E. Mrs., house rear 60 Cambridge 
Savage Wm. B., furniture (43 West, B.), h. 18 Orchard 
Savage William H., laborer, house 22 Second 
Savage & Son (David and Charles B. Savage), express- 
men, 600 Main 

DRESS SUITS, "SEES?- 0. H. BILLINGS. 



368 CAMBRIDGE [g] DIRECTORY. 

Sawin Abby, widow, boards 49 North avenue 
Sawin C. Angelina Mrs., house 22 Farwell place 
Sawin Daniel Harrison, expressman, house 10 Revere 
Sawin John B., expressman, house 8 Appian way 
Sawin Moses M., expressman, 14 Brighton, and {8 and 34 

Court sq., B.), house 22 Farwell place 
Sawin Nathaniel D., hides, leather, and country produce 

(15 Blackstone, B.), house 49 North avenue 
Sawin Robert L., cashier N. E. Glass Co., bds. 63 Otis 
Sawin Samuel H., clerk, 5 Harvard row, h. Garden st. pi. 
Sawin Sullivan O., expressman, house 11 Appian way 
Sawin's Express, M. M. Sawin, prop., 14 Brighton 
Sawtell Benjamin, gatetender B. & A. R. R. : Havard St., 

house 12 Upton 
Sawtell Frank L., paper, twine, etc., house 63 Magazine 
Sawtell George E., clerk, boards 12 Upton 
Sawtell William B., fruit and produce (1 F. H. sq., B.) ? 

boards 12 Upton 
Sawtell William L., clerk (B.), house 175 Main 
Sawyer Albert F., painter, 460 Main, house 401^ do. 
Sawyer Albert H., milkman, boards 124 Winsor 
Sawyer Albert J., dentist, 569 Main, h. 29 Pearl 
Sawyer Charles M., delivery clerk (512 Wash., B.), h. 69 
Washington [520 do. 

SAWYER CHARLES A., painter, 460 Main, boards 
Sawyer Charlotte, widow, house 47 Magazine 
Sawyer Edwin F., clerk (32 School, B.), bds. 58 Norfolk 
Sawyer Eleanor D., widow of Samuel, h. 92 Gore 
Sawyer Eliza M. Mrs., at Riverside Press, boards 11 River 
Sawyer Enos D. (E. D. Sawyer & Co.), lumber, 12 Camb- 
ridge, house 16 Clinton 
Sawyer Eusebius, soapboiler, house 520 Main 
Sawyer Evelyn A. Miss, teacher Reed primary school, 

boards at Somerville 
SAWYER E. D. & CO. (Enos D. Sawyer, Wm. Duren 
and Henry H. Copeland), lumberdealers, 12 Cam- 
bridge 
Sawyer Frank W., boards 58 Norfolk 
Sawyer Franklin, upholsterer, house 75 Pearl 
Sawyer George E., clerlr, 460 Main, boards 520 do. 
Sawyer Howard M. (Pettengill & Sawyer), oiled clothing 
mnfr., Second, cor. Thorndike, h. at West Medford 
Sawyer Jabez A., attorney (42 Court, B.), h. Mt. Vernon 
Sawyer John J., assistant clerk of courts, Court House, 

E. Cambridge, h. at Somerville 
SAWYER JOHN S, roofer, and agent Middlesex Fire 
Insurance Co., Hyde's block, 603 Main, h. 65 Austin 

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CAMBRIDGE [g] DIRECTORY. 369 

Sawyer Joseph A., machinist at F. Draper & Co.'s, house 

at Boston 
Sawyer Josiah, shoeclealer, 28 Brookline, h. 39 Auburn 
Sawyer Lucy T. Mi^s, teacher Reed primary school, bds. 

at Somerville 
Sawyer Mary E. Miss, teacher Willard primary school, 

boards 39 Auburn 
Sawyer Otis S., jigsawyer, house 107 Spring 
Sawyer Thomas J. Mrs., house 58 Norfolk 
SAYRE HOMER \V. (11 Pemberton sq., B.), house 143 

Magazine 
Say re John, house 143 Magazine 
Sayward Henry R., salesman (77 Pearl, B.), house 266 

North avenue [an way 

Sayward John H., conductor U. R. Co., rooms 12 Appi- 
Scagel Hiram, clerk J. Pike, Main, opp. Pearl, house rear 

507 Main 
Scales True, mason, 605 Main, house 40 Pine 
Scanlan Daniel, plasterer, house rear 80 Brighton 
Scanlan Edward, saloon, 145 Bridge, house 143 do. 
Scanlan Eugene, laborer, h. Montgomery, n. Spruce 
Scanlan Frank P., .painter, house 488 Cambridge 
Scanlan Jeremiah, laborer, house 87 Spruce 
Scanlan John B., expressman, house 247 Broadway 
Scanlan Louis G., car-painter, house 198 Green 
Scanlan Mary L. Mrs., house 47 Essex 
Scanlan Patrick, waiter, house 44 Spring 
Scaulan Patrick, laborer, house 200 Dublin 
Scanlan Thomas, laborer, house 15 Foster 
Scanlan Timothy, house 38 Third 

Scanlan Timofrhy Mrs., millinery goods, 38 Third, h. do. 
Scannell Jeremiah, at B. L. & N. R. R. repair shop, h. 

at Somerville 
Sceva Henry, carpenter, house 481 Main 
Schaefer William R., gunsmith (61 Elm, B.), house 4 

Ashburton place 
Schaffer Conrad, furrier, house 33 Market 
Schenck Austin W., clerk (34 Broad, B.), boards 340 

Broadway 
Schick Jacob, cabinetmaker, house 91 Sixth 
Schiebel John C, woodcarver, house 59 Vine 
Schiferdeker Charles, varnisher, house 214 Cambridge 
Schiferdeker Jacob, varnisher, boards 214 Cambridge 
Schlettler Matthew, varnisher, house 214 Cambridge 

Schmalbach , pocketbook maker, bds. 34 Austin 

Schmelzer Henry, boot and shoemaker, h. 76 Harvard 
Schmidt Christian, billiarclhall, 9 Brighton, h. 206 Green 

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370 CAMBRIDGE [S] DIRECTORY. 

Schnetzer Florantent, confectioner, house 53 Columbia 
Schnetzer Florantent, jr., watch casemaker, boards 53 

Columbia 
Schnetzer Joseph, confectioner, boards 53 Columbia 
Schoolcraft Luke G., comedian (Howard Ath., B.), house 

205 Hampshire 
Schopp William, sausagemaker, bds. Eighth, n. Spring 
Schoppelry Charles, jigsawyer F. Geldowsky, bds. 129 Otis 
Schoppelry Thomas, jigsawyer F. Geldowsky, h. 129 Otis 
Schoppelry William T., carver F. Geldowsky, bds. 129 Otis 
Schubarth Albert, assistant civil engineer (Union square, 

Somerville), bds. 91 Wendell 
Schubarth Marthinius L., compositor, h. 91 Wendell 
Schubert Emil L., cabinetmaker, house 57 Winter 
Schuler Frederick, currier, h. Harvey, n. Jackson 
Schulz August, engineer, house 117 Spring 
Schulz James, clerk (15 Dock sq., B.), h. 48 Auburn 
Schulz Otto, varnisher, house 58 Harvard 
Schwartz W. H., student H. U., rooms 25 Mt. Auburn 
Schwartzwalder John, foreman Doe & Hunnewell, house 

147 Otis 
Scobey Frank, officer House Correction, bds. at jailers 
Scorgie Alexander E. (Scorgie, Wight & Co.), Granite 

Polishing Works, 258 Mt. Auburn, house 259 do. 
Scorgie James C, draftsman A. McDonald, house 259 Mt. 

Auburn 
Scorgie Mathison L. (Scorgie, Wi^ht & Co.), Granite 

Polishing Works, 258 Mt. Auburn, bds. 259 do. 
SCORGIE, WIGHT & CO. (Alexander E. Scorgie, Al- 
exander Wight, and Mathison L. Scorgie), Cambridge 

Granite Polishing Works, 258 Mt. Auburn 
Scott Alexander F., board 46 Prospect 
Scott Alice M. Miss, musicteacher, house 44 Pleasant 
Scott Arthur L., master car painter B. & L. R. R., house 

at Lexington 
Scott Charles A., mason, house 29 Fourth 
Scott Charles W., artist, house 44 Pleasant 
Scott George R. (Allen & Scott), provisions, 35 River, 

boards 9 Rockwell 
Scott George R. W. Rev., house 36 Lee 
Scott Henry P., waiter Memorial Hall, rooms Holmes pi. 
Scott John, cooper, house 91 Tremont 
Scott John H., bookbinder, boards 40 Winthrop 
Scott John W. A., artist, house 44 Pleasant 
Scott Mary, widow of Benjamin, house 40 Winthrop 
Scott Matthew, laborer, house 401 Cambridge 
Scott Michael, glazier, house 90 Spring 

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CAMBRIDGE [S] DIRECTORY. 371 

Scott Robert, carpenter, house 77 Concord avenue 
Scott Samuel E., stonecutter, house 7 Third 
Scott Timothy A., printer, boards 99 Western avenue 
SCRANTON HENRY A., woodturning and jigsawing, 

Smart's building, Main, opp. Clark, h. 36 Winsor 
Scranton Osbert, woodturning (B.), h. 61 Sacramento 
Scranton William F., woodturner, house 6 Cherry 
Scribner Frederick A., laborer, boards 57 Fairmont 
Scudder Emma A. Miss, asst. teacher High school, boards 

100 Auburn 
Scudder Horace E., house 3 Berkeley 
Scudder Mary B., widow of Alexander, h. 100 Auburn 
Scudder Samuel H., house 156 Brattle 
Scudder Wallace M., law student, boards 60 Brattle 
Sculley Ellen, widow of William, house 49 Harvard 
Sculley Thomas, laborer in Boston rolling mill, Portland, 

house 49 Harvard 
Scully John, pile dealer, 66 Second, house do. 
Scully Thomas, painter, boards Plymouth 
Scully Thomas Rev., pastor St. Mary's church, house Nor- 
folk, near the church 
Seagrave Charles S., boarding officer (Custom House, B.), 

house Avon Hill 
Seaman Thomas, cook Fresh Pond Hotel, boards do. 
Searle Arthur, assistant in charge of Observatory, house 

12 Madison 
Searles Elizabeth Mrs., house 33 Biizelow 
Sears Charles Z., painter, house 41 Holyoke 
Sears George E., laborer, house 33 Carson 
Sears Hannah, widow of Clark, house 32 Mt. Auburn 
Sears Manuel, cabinetmaker, house off Second, between 
Second and Third 

Sears , polisher Geldowsky, house 105 Fourth 

Seaver Benjamin F., eating saloon (B.), h. 15 Market 
Seaver Charles E., traveling salesman (38 Chauncy, B.), 

house 30 Seventh 
Seaver Clara, widow of Isaac, house 30 Seventh 
Seaver Edwin P., principal English high school (Bedford, 

B.), house 721 Cambridge 
Seaver Francis E., cashier Manuf. Nat. Bank (88 Summer, 

cor. Devonshire, B.), boards 794 Main 
Seaver Henry Q., grocer (189 Camb., B.), h. 164 Harvard 
Seaverns George W. pianoforte actionmaker, 113 Broad- 
way, house 41 Magazine 
Seaverns Stanley, actionmaker M. & H. Organ Co. 
Seaverns Walter G., pianoforte actionmaker, house 41 
Magazine 

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372 CAMBRIDGE [g] DIRECTORY. 

Seaverns William K., electrotyper, house Avon place, 

off Avon Hill 
Seavey Charles E., Boston Stamping Works (93 North, 

B.), boards 615 Main 
Seavey Charles T., carpenter, house 227 Harvard 
Seavey Eben, Boston Stamping Works (93 North, B.), 

boards 615 Main [vard 

Seavey Fred. H., clerk (1 Court House, B.), bds. 227 Har- 
Seavey George F., Boston Stamping Works (93 North, 

B.), house 24 Inman [Trowbridge 

Seavey Theodore H., merchant (9 Fulton, B.), house 10 
Secart Azara, potter A. H. Hewes & Co. 
Sedgwick Francis E., student H. U., rooms 25 Gray's Hall 
Sedgwick Maria B., house 71 Kirkland 
Seelye Norman M., machinist (43 Beverly, B.), h. 94 Otis 
Seery Michael, grease collector, house Hunting 
Segar J. Joseph, polisher Doe & Hunnewell, h. 17 Seventh 
Sehlumberger Robert, machinist, house 15 Washington 
Selfridge John, sawyer Woodbury & Co., bds. 33-Camb. 
Seligman David T., student H. U., rooms 387 Harvard 
Sell James T., machinist, 368 Main, 'house 449>£ do. 
Semple James, carpenter, house 41 Sacramento 
Semple Thomas K., carpenter, house 41 Sacramento 
Semple William, house 41 Sacramento 
Senna Charles E., brassfinisher, boards 52 Sidney 
Sennott Charles, brassfinisher, 368 Main 
Sennott Edward T., blacksmith, house 3 Portland 
Sennott Samuel, mason, house 229 North avenue 
Sever Charles W., University publisher and book book- 
seller, 464 Harvard, Harvard sq., h. foot of Frisbie pi. 
Severance Emily Miss, dressmaker, house 10 Kinnaird 
Severance Horace M., printer Riverside, h. 10 Kinnaird 
Severance H. Baxter, bookfinisher Riverside, boards 10 

Kinnaird [naird 

Severance Louis H., pionoforte actionmaker, bds. 10 Kin- 
Severance Roswell, printer, Riverside, house 12 Kinnaird 
Seward George R., clerk (35 Central, B.), bds. 98 Austin 
Seward George W., house 98 Austin 
Sexton Patrick, saloon, 339, and grocer, 345 Cambridge, 

hous'e 508 do. 
Seymore Thomas, porter, house 145 Elm 
Seymour Edward N., carpenter, house rear 122 Otis 
Seymour William, printer J. Wilson & Son, rooms Foster 

court 
Seyter Hermann, foreman Walworth Mnfg. Co., 368 Main, 

boards 208 Harvard [pect House 

Shackford Bailey, traveling salesman, 503 Main, bds. Pros- 

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CAMBRIDGE [g] DIRECTORY. 373 

Shackford Leonard, policeman, house 20 Shepard 
Shackley Rebecca, widow of Rufus, house 103 Pearl 
Shackley Owen, foreman Thurston, Hall & Co., h. 29 Elm 
Shad well George EL, carpenter, house 81 Oxford 
Shaffer Edward, student H. U., rooms 713 Cambridge 
Shaida Catharine Mrs., house 10 Fourth 
Shaler Nathaniel S., assistant in Paloeontology, Museum 

of Comparative Zoology, house 13 Bow 
Shallow John, laborer, house 103 Tremont 
Shancelain George, gardener W. A. Bock, boards 329 

, North avenue 
Shanlon Patrick, hostler, h. 3 Lechmere block, Cambridge 
Shannahan Daniel, laborer, house 43 Banks 
Shannon Bridget, widow, house 6 Baldwin court 
Shannon Edward, student H. U., rooms 10 Oxford 
Shannon James, clerk, 168 Gore, house 52 Fifth 
Shannon Kate Mrs., house 114 Third 
Shannon William J., bookbinder, boards 106 Allston 
Shapin Joseph, brickmaker, house Vassal lane 
Shapleigh John R. W., Oriental Tea Co. (87 Court, B.), 

house 24 Lee 
Shapleigh Thomas W. (10 Canal, B.), house 3 White 
Sharkey Bridget, widow of Patrick, house 46 Dock 
Sharkey Charles, groceries and provisions, Fifth, cor. Vine, 

house at Everett 
Sharkey Felix, gold melter, house 128 Bridge 
Sharkey James, blacksmith, house 125 Elm 
Sharkey James, laborer, house 33 Pioneer avenue 
Sharkey James, clerk, boards 46 Dock 
Sharkey Michael, cloth inspector, boards 46 Dock 
Sharkey Patrick, horseshoer IT. R. Co., h. 8 Baldwin place 
Sharkey Patrick, at J. P. Squire & Co.'s, house 16 Winter 
Sharon Charles A., machinist, house 71 Western avenue 
Sharpies Stephen P., chemist (114 State, B.), h. 11 Shepard 
Shattuck George F., engineer B. & L. R. R., house 12 

Leigh ton court 
Shattuck Harrison C, machinist, house 3 Percy place 
Shattuck John L., carpenter, bds. 1 Lamson block, Essex 
Shattuck Milo P., milkman, boards 80 Fourth 
Shaughnessy Daniel B. (D. B. and R. H. Shaughnessy), 

periodicals, etc., house 29 Seventh 
Shaughnessy D. B. & R. H. (Daniel B. and Richard H.), 

periodical dealers, 109 Cambridge 
Shaughnessy James T., clerk, Third, cor. Gore, house 26 

Winter 
Shaughnessy Michael, house 29 Seventh 
Shaughnessy Nicholas, tailor, boards 6 Green 

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374 CAMBEIDGE [g] DIRECTORY. 

Shaughnessy Patrick, laborer, house Lilac court 
Shaughnessy Richard H. (D. B. and R. H. Shaughnessy), 

periodicals, etc., boards 29 Seventh 
Shaughnessy Robert, bookbinder, house 426 Cambridge 
Shaw Benj. F., house 94 Franklin 
Shaw Caleb B., expressman, house 11 Appian way 
Shaw Charles R., salesman (63 Summer, B.), h. Amory, 

near Broadway 
Shaw Dan. W. (Braman, Shaw & Co.), furniture mnfr., 

54 Bridge, house 127 North avenue 
Shaw Edward S., civil engineer, 10 Kirkland place 
Shaw Elnathan P., pictureframe manfr., 186 North avenue, 

house do. 
Shaw Emma Mrs., tailoress, boards 44 Second 
Shaw George S., merchant (256 Washington, B.), house 

10 Kirkland place [Washington 

Shaw Henry A., case maker M. & H. Organ Co., h. 101 
Shaw Jacob B., coal and wood, 517 Main, house 49 Dana 
Shaw John, grocer, 121 Spring, house do. 
Shaw Samuel, stoves (11 Marshall, B.), house 96 Oxford 
Shaw S. Parkman (43 Avon, B.), house 21 Trowbridge 
Shaw Thomas F,, saloon, 335 Cambridge, house do. 
Shea Cornelius, laborer, house 19 Banks 
Shea Daniel, bartender, house 193 Hampshire 
Shea Daniel, glassworker, house 6 North 
Shea Daniel, laborer, house 33 Dunster 
Shea Dennis, laborer, house 47 Fifth 
Shea Dennis, teamster, house Montgomery, near Spruce 
Shea Dennis A., at H. O. Houghton's, house rear 11 

Valentine 
Shea Dennis J., tailor, 18 Brighton, house 50 DeWolf 
Shea Geo., printer Welch, Bigelow & Co., h. at Chas'n 
Shea Hannah, widow of Patrick, groceries, 143 Hamp- 
shire, house do. 
Shea Henry, electrotyper, bds. rear 122 Broadway 
Shea James, laborer, house 12 Winter 
Shea James, laborer, house Foster place 
Shea James, tailor (B.), house rear 122 Broadway 
Shea James, laborer, house 8 Willard court 
Shea James, laborer, house 41 Concord avenue 
Shea Jeremiah, gardener, house 35 Dunster 
Shea Johanna, widow of Timothy, h. 243 Franklin 
Shea John, grocer, Franklin, near Soden, house do. 
Shea John, currier, house 229 Franklin 
Shea John,, laborer, house 38 Hastings 
Shea John, laborer, house 3 Baldwin court 
Shea John, machinist, house 8 Winter 

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CAMBRIDGE [g] DIRECTORY. 375 

Shea John H., laborer, bds. D. Shea's, Montgomery 

Shea Julia, widow, house 6 North 

Shea Julia, widow of John, house rear 209 Mt. Auburn 

Shea Margaret Mrs., house Sixth, corner Harvard 

Shea Mary, widow of John, h. Mt. Auburn, cor. Lowell 

Shea Michael, laborer, house Sibley court 

Shea Michael, printer, 10 Arrow, house at Boston 

Shea Michael, vegetable peddler, house 5 Dyke 

Shea Morris, laborer, boards rear 122 Broadway 

Shea Patrick, clerk (B.), bds. 143 Hampshire 

Shea Patrick, currier Theo. Downing, h. at Winchester 

Shea Patrick, laborer, house rear 209 Mt. Auburn 

Shea Patrick, tailor, house rear 123 Broadway 

Shea Peter, teamster N. N. Stickney & Co., h. 5 Otter 

Shea Robert, box maker, boards rear 122 Broadway 

Shea Timothy, grocer, 185 Bridge, house 183 do. 

Shea Timothy, printer University Press, h. 15 Banks 

Shea Timothy, grocer, 143 Hampshire, boards do. 

Shea William, laborer, house 262 Bridge 

Sheafe John C. (Brookings & Sheafe), painter, 8 Pearl, 

house 32 Fairmont 
Sheafe Josephine Mrs., boards 129 Columbia 
Shearer Daniel L., furniture (N. Y.), boards 8 Dana 
Shearer James W., boards 8 Dana 
Shearer William L., salesman (48 Canal, B.), house 

Cambridge, corner Dana 
Shedd Abigail L., widow of George, house 31 Park 
Shedd Alonzo, house 56 Elm 
SHEDD JEFFERSON J., painter, 157^ North av., h. 

White, near Union square 
Shedd Leander S., bookbinder, house 31 Park 
Sheedy Michael, laborer, house 12 Hancock 
Sheehan Cornelius, laborer, house 8 Eighth 
Sheehan Dennis, laborer, h. Jefferson, near McCabe 
Sheehan Dennis, laborer, boards 246 Bridge 
Sheehan John, laborer, boards 154 Green 
Sheehan John, laborer, house 15 Foster 
Sheehan Mary, widow of Daniel, house 169 Dublin 
Sheehan Mary, widow of Dennis, house 16 East 
Sheehan Patrick, shoemaker, 6 Pearl, h. 200 Franklin 
Sheehan Patrick, laborer, house 173 Norfolk 
Sheehan Patrick, cooper, boards 154 Green 
Sheehan Thomas, clerk, 557 Main, house 37 Green 
Sheels Frederick, laborer, house 1 Pioneer 
Sheffield George, law student, rooms 8 Holyoke 
Shehan Jeremiah, laborer, honse 144 Spruce 
Shehan John, slater, boards 37 Baldwin 

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376 CAMBRIDGE [g] DIRECTORY. 

Shehan Wm., blacksmith U. R. Co., house 37 Baaldwin 

Shehan William, jr., painter, boards 37 Baldwin 

Sheldon Edward A., mason, house 70 Spring 

Sheldon James, painter, house 183^ Tremont 

Shelle Alexander, boards State Arsenal, Chauncy, corner 

Garden [Dublin 

Shelley Bridget, widow of William, house Walden, near 
Shelvey H., machinist, 368 Main 

Shepard Adeline Miss, shirtmaker, house 12 Prospect 
Shepard Eliza P., widow of Green, house 12 Prospect 
Shepard Henry M., salesman Holt & Bugbee, 17 East 

boards at Boston 
Shepard Mary E., widow of Augustus, dressmaker, house 

52 Auburn 
Shephard Jared Mrs., house 73 Spring 
Shepherd Alexander F., carpenter, h. 27 Trowbridge 
Shepherd Charles F., perfumes (415 Wash., B.), bds. 27 

Trowbridge 
Shepherd Franklin C , confectionery peddler, h. 6 Jay 
Shepherd Herbert M. (Jas. H. Wyeth & Co.), grocer, 7 

Brattle, boards 12 Sacramento 
Shepherd James S. (American Net and Twine Co.), Third, 

house at Canton 
Shepherd Sumner P., at Burrage Bros., Broadway, corner 

Third, house 12 Sacramento 
Shepherd Sumner W., clerk (B.), bds. 12 Sacramento 
Sherburne Frank B. (99 State, B.), boards 19 Antrim 
Sheridan James F., clerk, 141 Main, boards 261 Franklin 
Sheridan John, teamster, boards 1 Pionear avenue 
Sheridan Mary, widow of Richard, house r. 16 Winter 
Sheridan Michael H., woodturner, h. 2 Long's block, rear 

134 Broadway [Somerville 

Sheridan Owen, charcoal teamster, 103 Bridge, house at 
Sheridan Patrick, stonecutter, house rear 16 Winter 
Sheridan Patrick, saloon, 119 Cambridge, h. 68 Gore 
Sheridan Thomas R., laborer, house 4 Hamilton 
Sherman Amos, cabinetmaker, house 58 Pleasant 
Sherman Daniel, policeman, station 2, h. 5 Pine 
Sherman George, baker, house 203 Cambridge 
Sherman George Edward (77 Summer, B.), house Green- 

. ough av., cor. Ellsworth av. 
Sherman George H., engineer, boards 52 Putnam av. 
Sherman Mary, widow of Abraham R., h. 263 North av. 
Sherman William H. (Parker, Wilder & Co.) (4 Win- 

throp sq., B.), h. 263 North av. 
Sherriff Oliver L. Mrs., house 2 Pettengill's court 
Sherry Martin, laborer, house 51 Vine 



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CAMBRIDGE [S] DIRECTORY. 377 

Sherry Robert, engineer Boynton Packing Co., boards 

243 Broadway 
Sherwood Wm. J., porter G. Woods & Co., h. at Boston 
Shewbridge William, baker, house 8 Hancock 
Shields Fardy, tailor, house 24 Vine 
Shields Owen, teamster, h. East, n. Hall's wharf 
Shine John, carpenter, house 46 Winter 
Shinnick Timothy, teamster, house 11 Winter 
Shiverick Wm. L., salesman, 177 Cambridge, boards 74 

Cambridge 
Shoh Jacob, furniture varnisher, house 71 Gore 
Shorey John R., sheet ironworker, house 97 Vine 
Shorey Timothy, piledriver, house 165 Spring 
Shorey William B., flyfinisher Mason & Hamlin,. house at 

Boston 
Short Dennis, teamster, house 7 Valentine 
Short James, laborer, house 212 Columbia 
Short John A., molder, house 9 School 
Short Matthew, carbuilder, house 9 School 
Short Matthew Mrs., house 9 School 
Short Patrick, laborer, house 212 Columbia 
Short Samuel E., springbed maker, boards 9 School ■ 
Short William J., foreman Lincoln, Chamberlain & Co., 

house 111 Elm 
Shorten Daniel, glasscutter, house rear 77 Spring 
Shownghroe Cornelius, laborer, house 15 Sparks 
Shubeck Wm., varnisher W. L. Lockhart, bds. at Boston 
Shugroe Ellen, widow of Michael, h. 239 Franklin 
Shugrueess Peter, laborer, house 15 Cowperthwait 
Shuler John, barreldealer, Cambridge, cor. Hunting, h. do. 
Sias Charles D., salesman (220 State, B.), bds. 359 Harvard 
Sias William, teadealer (220 State, B.), bds. 359 Harvard 
Sias William W., clothing (63 Summer, B.), house 359 

Harvard ■ [Phillips pi. 

Sibley John L., librarian of Harvard College, house 9 
Siders Charles B., coachman, house 33 Essex 
Siders Josiah B., house 2 Amory place 
Siefert Charles A., barometer maker (216 Wash., B.), h. 

6 Leighton court 
Sieston August, carriagemaker, h. 2 Long's blk., rear 134 

Broadway 
Silk Walter, gardener Botanic Garden, Raymond, corner 

Linngean, house do. 
Silva Benjamin J., cabinetmaker, house 186 Bridge 
Silva Frank, laborer, house 105 Fourth 
Silva Frank R., hairdresser, 454 Cambridge, h. do. 
Silva George, tinsmith, house 105 Third 

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378 CAMBRIDGE [g] DIRECTORY. 

Silva John, cabinetmaker, house 9 North Second 
Silva John, laborer, house Third, cor. Gore 
Silva John, teamster, house 41 Vine 
Silva John B., hairdresser, 27 Fifth, boards Spring 
Silva Joseph, furniture packer, house 85 Vine 
Silva Joseph, laborer, boards 5 Linehan's block, Third 
Silva Joseph B., hairdresser, 125 Bridge, boards Hotel 
Cambridge [bridge 

Silva Joseph B., hairdresser, 27 Fifth, boards Hotel Cam- 
Silva Joseph L., hairdresser, 177 Bridge, bds. 186 Bridge 
Silva Louis, cook, boards 25 Third 
Silva Manuel, sandpaperer, house 2 Stevens court 
Silva Manuel Francis, sandpaperer, house 226 Bridge 
Silva Thomas I., hairdresser, 93 Cambridge, house Third, 

corner Gore 
Sim James D., boilermaker, house 23 Cherry 
Sime John, carpenter, rooms rear 5 Harvard sq. 
Sime Thomas (Sime & Cunningham), grocer, 122 Colum- 
bia, house 45 Union 
Sime & Cunningham (Thomas Sime and James Cunning- 
ham), grocers, 122 Columbia 
Simmons Edward, bookkeeper, boards 82 Magazine 
Simmons John, porter, boards 400 Broadway 
Simmons Joseph E., laborer, house 5 Mullius court 
Simms James, house 31 Union 
Simms Oliver, carpenter, house 31 Union 
Simon Augustus J., conductor F. R. R., boards 19 Fifth 
Simon Joseph, glassmaker, house 19 Fifth [ Winsor 

Simonds Charles F., ivory layer, 139 Broadway, h. 106 
Simonds George, keymaker, 139 Broadway, h. at Arlington 
Simonds John H., bookkeeper (49 North Market, B.), h. 

205 Harvard 
Simonds Joseph, real estate agent (131 Devonshire, B.), 

house 100 Prospect 
Simonds Samuel, carpenter, boards 10 Union 
Simonds Warner W., policeman station 2, h. 11 Antrim 
Simonds William C, carriagepainter J. A. Henderson, h. 
al Somerville [Somerville 

Simonds William H., blacksmith J. A. Henderson, house at 
Simpson Angeline, widow of Charles, house 59 Hastings 
Simpson Bartlett P., cabinetmaker, house 36 Winsor 
Simpson Charles H., bookkeeper (45 Avon, B.), house 37 

Winsor 
Simpson Harrison, carpenter, r. 579 Main, h. 9 Plymouth 
Simpson Henry A., driver (Thurston, Hall & Co.), house 

104 Norfolk 
Simpson James, laborer, house 86 Webster avenue 

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CAMBEIDGE [g] DIRECTORY. 379 

Simpson James, brushmaker, 12 Gore, boards at Chelsea 
Simpson Mary, widow of John, house 10 Arlington 
Simpson Samuel M. (158 Portland, B.), house 8 Upton 
Simpson Willard E., boxmaker, house 97 Winsor 
Simpson William, teamster, house 6 South 
Simpson William A., house 10 Arlington 
Sinclair Archibald J., law student, rooms 727 Cambridge 
Sinclair Charles F., student Divinity school, rooms BO 

Divinity Hall 
Sinclair John, conductor IT. R. Co., boards S. H. John- 
son's, North avenue 
Sinclair Joseph (Drinan & Sinclair), fish and oysters, 11)^ 

Rogers block, Main, house 49 Washington 
Sinclair Mary B. Mrs., bookkeeper, 10 Arrow, h. 874 Main 
Sinclair Robert, baker, 110 Main, and Brewery, cor. Main, 

house Brewery 
Sinclair Robert A., pictureframe maker (89 Sudbury, B.), 

boards 110 Main [49^ Clark 

Singleton James C, type founder (21 Brattle, B.), house 
Singleton Thomas, glasscutter, house 127 Spring 
Sisson Eliza C, widow of Silas, bds. W. Smith's, Lake 

View avenne 
Sisters of the Congregation of Notre Dame, 236 Harvard 
Skahan James, horseshoer, house 128 Brookline 
Skahen Thomas, laborer, house Tuttle, near Donnell 
Skahen William, laborer, house Spruce, near Brickyard 
Skelley Edward F., glassmaker, house 19 Winter 
Skelley John W., policeman, house 28 Winter [pi. 

Skillen James, warden Mass. Hospital (B.), h. Coggswell 
Skillings Henry, clerk, boards 52 Putnam avenue 
Skinner Cornelius V., bookbinder Riverside, h. 82 Green 
Skinner Demsey, laborer, house 100 Webster avenue 
Skinner John M., joiner, boards 127 Prospect 
Skisington Patrick, laborer, house 16 Vine 
Skoog Axel, carpenter, boards 47 Fairmont 
Skoog Peter, carpenter, house 47 Fairmont 
Slack Frances Mrs., house 762 Main 
SLACK ROBERT H., architect (76 Devonshire, B.), 

house 762 Main 
Slaney Patrick, woodmolder, boards 71 Gore 
Slaney William, planer, house 71 Gore 
Slater Delia, widow of Peter, house 95 Fifth 
Slater Jeremiah, laborer, house 41 Washington 
Slater Luther, house 134 Austin 
Sleep Henry, printer Riverside, house 72 Pearl 
Sleeper Frank H., student H. TJ., rooms 126 North av. 
Sleeper Oliver, house Brookline, near Bridge 

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380 CAMBRIDGE [g] DIRECTORY. 

Sleeper Sias S., grocer (12 South Market, B.), house 126 

North avenue 
Sloan James, carpenter, house 45 Tremont 
Sloan Joseph A., salesman, 610 Main, house 11 Norfolk 

Sloan , driver U. R. Co., bds. r. 5 Harvard sq. 

SLOCOMB OSCAR J. hatter (26 and 28 Wash., B.), h. 

41 Western avenue 
Slocomb Samuel, treasurer East Cambridge Five Cents 

Savings Bank, 78 Cambridge, house 73 Otis 
Sloinski Cassian, cabinetmaker, house 108 Third 
Slowey Ann, widow of Patrick, house 73 Bolton 
Small Charles, cabinetmaker, house 120 Spring 
Small Charles W., carpenter, house Sands, near Banks 
Small George B. (Custom House, B.), h. 62 Sacramento 
Small John G., clerk (P. O., B.), house 65 Prospect 
Small Richard, laborer, house Portland, c. Hastings 
Small Sullivan R., carpenter, h. 4 Symond's blk., DeWolf 
Small William, plasterer, house Willow place 
Smallidge Frank W., bookbinder, boards 130 Otis 
Smallidge Jeremiah W., rattan brooinmaker, 234 Cam- 
bridge, house 130 Otis 
Smallidge Mary E. Miss, teacher Riverside primary 

school, boards 130 Otis 
Smallman John, carpenter, house White 
Smart Charles E., student, house 34 Sidney 
Smart DonCarlos, rubber doorstop manufacturer, 382 

Main, house 36 Sidney 
Smart John P., shoemaker, boards 70 Portland 
Smead Azor A., clerk, 5 Brattle, bds. 12 Farwell place 
Smiley James, pianoforte varnisher (700 Harrison av., B.), 

boards 32 Putnam avenue 
Smith Abbot E., student H. IT., rooms 14 Kirkland pi. 
Smith Abby'E., widow, house 217 North avenue 
Smith Abner R., teamster, house 149 Main 
Smith Adam C, baker, house 46 Tremont 
Smith Albert E., cooper, house 3 Squire's court 
Smith Alfred, cabinetmaker, house rear 43 Clark 
Smith Alice Mrs., house 76 Harvard 
Smith Allen, carriagesmith, house 163 Columbia 
Smith Alma A. Miss, teacher Mason primary school, bds. 

100 Magazine [Orchard 

Smith Alonzo R., grocer, 225 North av., h. Chester, near 
Smith Alpheus K. (BYazier & Smith), piano hammer cov- 

erer, 555 Main, house 462 do. 
Smith Andrew G., policeman, house 90 Mt. Auburn 
Smith Andrew G. Mrs., dressmaker, 90 Mt. Auburn, h. do. 
Smith Andrew J., dentist, 104 Cambridge, house do. 

Parlor, Drawing-Koom, and Library FURNITURE, 
BANCROFT & BOYDEN, 180 Tremont St., BOSTON. 



CAMBRIDGE [g] DIRECTORY. 381 

Smith Barney, horseshoer, 436 Main. bds. 17 Harvard 
Smith Benjamin G., house 11 Fayerweather 
Smith Billings, with (J. A. Wellington & Co., Charles- 
town), coal, house 63 Otis 
Smith Billings, jr. (Silas E. Buck & Co.), clothing, 80 

Cambridge, boards 63 Otis 
Smith Calvin C, policeman, station 2 house 42 Winsor 
Smith Calvin S., carpenter, h. 5 Seventh street court 
Smith Carrie II. Miss, teacher Otis primary school, bds. 4 

Amory place 
Smith Catherine Miss, house 14 Winter 
Smith Charles, brassfinisher, 368 Main, house 9 River 
Smith Charles A., watchman A. H. Hews & Co., boards 

217 North avenue 
Smith Charles H., grocer, 473 Main, bds. 26 Columbia 
Smith Charles H., varnisher, house 214 Cambridge 
Smith Charles M., Riverside Press, house 37 Erie 
Smith Charles M., clerk, 77 Pearl, h. 2 Putnam avenue 
Smith Charles R., bookkeeper (19 Broad, B.), house 5 

William 
Smith Chauncy, counselor (5 Pemberton sq., B.), h. 121 

Brattle 
Smith Christian, bar tender, 9 Brighton, h. 206 Green 
Smith Clement L., assistant prof, in Latin H. U., h. 64 

Sparks 
Smith Daniel M., clerk, 606 Main, boards 507 do. 
Smith Darwin J., tuner M. & H. Organ Co., boards 104 

Magazine 
Smith David, waiter, house 102 Harvard 
Smith Edmund, florist, 32 Linnsenn, house do. 
Smith Edward, switch tender B. & L. R. R., h. 75 Third 
Smith Edward, currier, boards 184 Bridge 
Smith Edward F., gloves, hosiery, etc. (70 & 72 Tremont, 

B.), boards 104 Mt. Auburn 
Smith Edward H., insurance agent, h. 30 Magazine 
Smith Edwin A., sawyer, house 75 Gore 
Smith Edwin E., leather (50 Federal, B.), b. 124 Austin 
Smith Edwin E., reed maker M. & H. Organ Co. 
Smith Edwin P., house Appleton, n. Concord av. 
Smith Edwin W., machinist, house 135 Thorndike 
Smith Elbridge, carpenter, house 135 Brookline 
Smith Elwin H., tuner M. & H. Organ Co., h. 104 Magazine 
Smith Emily Mrs., house rear 63 Pearl 
Smith Fannie S., widow of Lemuel, bds. 464 Main 
Smith Ferdinand, upholsterer (West B.), h. 25 Seventh 
Smith Francis L., tailor, 238 North av., h. 75 Spruce 
Smith Frank A., house Appleton, near Concord avenue 

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382 CAMBRIDGE [g] DIRECTORY. 

Smith Frank C., clerk (Pearl, B.), bds. 217 North av. 
Smith Frank H., carpenter B. & L. R. R., house 157 

Cambridge 
Smith Frank L., salesman (76 Pearl, B.), h. 20 Wendell 
Smith Frank P., cabinetmaker, boards 167 Thorndike 
Smith Frederick H., diarymaker, house 14 Lake 
Smith Frederic S., tuner Mason & Hamlin, boards 30 

Howard 
Smith' George, hostler, 17 Gore, boards 158 Prospect 
Smith George B., cabinetmaker, house 82 Sixth 
Smith George C, at J. P. Squire & Co.'s, h. 33 Carson 
Smith George D. (Palmer Batchelder & Co., 394 Wash., 

B.), house 5 Frost 
Smith George H., foreman jigsawyers Mason & Hamlin, 

house at Waltham 
Smith Geo. M., bookkeeper, 180 Main, bds. 323 Broadway 
Smith George M., bookkeeper, house 14 Brookline 
Smith George T., clerk, boards 5 William 
Smith George W.. (Custom House, B.), house 110 Pearl 
Smith Godfried, laborer, house rear Mount Auburn, near 

Elmwood avenue 
Smith Harriet N., widow of Samuel, h. 167 Thorndike 
Smith Helen, widow of Lee, house 49 Erie 
Smith Henry, casemaker M. & H. Organ Co. 
Smith Henry, varnisher, house rear 37 Washington 
Smith Henry, carpenter, house 6 Rogers block, Main 
Smith Henry A., clerk, 474 Cambridge, boards 1 Oak 
Smith Henry A., watchman City Hospital, h. 8 Union 
Smith Henry D., livery stable, Bridge, junc. Cambridge, 

house 158 Prospect 
Smith Henry M., pianoforte keymaker, 139 Broadway, 

boards 164 Harvard [naean 

Smith Herbert V., clerk (222 Congress, B.), bds. 32 Lin- 
Smith H. Porter, woolens (90 Franklin, B.), h. 41 Dana 
Smith Hiram W., watchmaker (159 Washington, B.), h. 

21 Plymouth 
Smith Hugh, porter, house 17 Jefferson 
Smith H. W. H., officer State Prison, bds. 70 Second 
Smith Ida G., teacher Allston grammar school, room 1, 

boards 16 Prospect 
Smith Isaac J., clerk (B.), h. 7 Rogers block, Main 
Smith I. Perley R , house 32 Magazine 
Smith James, casemaker M. & H. Organ Co. 
Smith James, house 24 Walnut court 
Smith James, house 22 Walnut court 
Smith James, cutler (349 Wash., B.), house 7 Jay 
Smith James A., clerk, 126 Inman, h. 22 Walnut court 

I & / r> m/* s> m ' r* Unfo and Bonnets made to order, in the best manner. 
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CAMBRIDGE [§] DIRECTORY. 383 

Smith James A. L., hairdresser, house 6 Soden place 
Smith James S., ticket agent (4 Old State House, B.), 

house 39 Hamilton 
Smith Jane C, widow of John N., h. 103 Putnam av. 
Smith Jared Clarke, R. R. agent (5 State, B.), house 1 

Amory place 
Smith Jared E., tuner M. & H. Organ Co., h. 30 Howard 
Smith John, clerk, house 1 Holly 
Smith John, carriagewasher Wm. Dailey & Son, house 

34 Cambridge 
Smith John, picture framemaker, 53 Vine, house do. 
Smith John, hostler, 677 Main, house 19 Hayes court 
Smith John, hostler, house 10 Brewer 
Smith John, laborer, house 10 Winter 
Smith John A., insurance, 593,^ Main, house Waverley, 

near Putnam avenue 
Smith John B., engineer, house 16 Putnam avenue 
Smith John E. (Robinson & Smith), holly goods mnfr., 

440 Main, house 127 Hampshire 
Smith John E., cabinetmaker, house 127 Hampshire 
Smith John E., painter, house 41 Hamilton 
Smith John J., plumber, basement 367 Main, boards 17 

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Smith John L., organtuner G. Woods & Co., h. 27 Pleas- 
Smith Johnson, laborer, house 419 Cambridge 
Smith Jordan S., grocer, 88 Harvard, house do. 
Smith Joseph, carpenter, house rear 30 Front 
Smith Joseph, cabinetmaker, house 83 Clark 
Smith Joseph, laborer, boards rear 41 Clark 
Smith Joseph, casemaker M. & H. Organ Co. 
Smith Joseph, rubber W. L. Lockhart, h. at Charlestown 
Smith Joseph W., boiler maker, 92 Main, h. 95 Columbia 
Smith Joshua B., caterer (10 Bulfinch, B.), h. 3t Norfolk 
Smith Josiah C, gasfitter (173 Tremont, B.), h. 60 River 
Smith Judson G., provisions (10 Cambridge, B.), house 

98 Pearl 
Smith J. Charles, grocer, 286 North av., house 11 Rice 
Smith Katie V., assistant Librarian College Library, bds. 

22 Winthrop 
Smith Louis F., hairdresser, 590 Main, house 2 Howard 
Smith Louis P., hairdresser, boards 2 Howard 
Smith Lucy, widow, house 115 Columbia 
Smith Lydia Mrs., seamstress Almshouse, boards do. 
Smith Marcia E. C, teacher, boards 22 Winthrop 
Smith Marshall B., hostler, 503 Main, house rear 503 do. 
Smith Martha H. 3 widow of Jeremiah, house 11 Everett 

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384 CAMBRIDGE [g] DIRECTORY. 

Smith Martin L., wood and coal dealer, 180 Main, house 

823 Broadway 
Smith Maria P. Mrs., house 4 Amory place 
Smith Mary, widow, house rear 17 Harvard 
Smith Mary A., widow of Ebenezer, house Mt. Auburn, 

opposite cemetery 
Smith Mary B., teacher (Milford), bds 22 Winthrop 
Smith Mary E., widow of Charles, house 22 Decatur 
Smith Mary O. Miss, house White, near Elm 
Smith Mary S., widow of Bartlett, house 22 Winthrop 
Smith Michael, laborer, house Concord avenue, n. Collins 

& Turner's brickyard 
Smith Michael, waiter, house 25 Grant 
Smith Michael, laborer, house 167 Norfolk 
Smith Michael H., brushmaker, house 112 Third 
Smith Moses (Smith & Chamberlin), billiard rooms, Brat- 
tle, cor. Brighton, boards 15 Mt.- Auburn 
Smith Nelson, baker (rear 292 Hanover, B.), h. Walden, 

west of R. R. bridge 
Smith Oliver Elliot, at (394 Wash., B.), bds. 32 Linnsean 
Smith Patrick, hostler, 43 Cambridge, boards 31 East 
Smith Patrick F., machinist, house 89 Third 
Smith Pauline, bread store, 25 Seventh, house do. 
Smith Peter J., woodturner, 382 Main, h. 189 Norfolk 
Smith Philip, machine hand W. L. Lockhart, house at 

Somerville 
Smith Rebecca K., widow of James, h. 30 Magazine 
Smith Rilla D., widow, house 131 Brookline 
Smith Robert H., teamster, house 59 Harvard 
Smith Samuel, waiter Memorial Hail, h. 46 DeWolf 
Smith Samuel H., milkman, bds. 59 Putnam av. 
Smith Sarah, widow, house 265 Cambridge 
Smith Stephen B., bookkeeper (India, B.), h. 66 Inman 
Smith Terrence, machinist, boards 189 Norfolk 
Smith Thomas, horseshoer, 436 Main, h. 73 School 
Smith Thomas, stairbuilder, boards 30 Front 
Smith Thomas, butcher, house Harvey, near Clinton 
Smith Thomas, laborer, house 39 Cowperthwait 
Smith Thomas, tinsmith, boards 189 Norfolk 
Smith Thomas A., teamster, house 88 Spring 
Smith Thomas C, boots and shoes, 217 North av. h. do. 
Smith Thomas L., wine merchant (140 -So. Market, B.), 

house 1 Chauncy 
Smith Wellington, foreman, 43 Main, bds. 112 Broadway 
Smith Wesley, laborer, house Eighth, near Spring 
Smith William, cabinetmaker, house 15 Baldwin 
Smith William, hairdresser, house rear 115 Columbia 

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CAMBRIDGE [§] DIRECTORY. 385 

Smith William, casemaker M. & H. Organ Co., house 12 

Tufts, near Magazine 
Smith William, potter A. H. Hews & Co. 
Smith William, builder (20 Bowker, B.), house Lake 

View avenue 
Smith William C, cutter, 567 Main, bds. 42 Sidney 
Smith William Henry, printer, boards 77 River 
Smith William H., clerk, 587 Main, boards 46 Tremont 
Smith William H. H., hostler, house 29 Sixth 
Smith William H. H., boards 70 Second 
Smith William N., mason, h. 372 North avenue 
Smith William P., printer, bds. J. A. Smith's, Waverly 
Smith & Chamberlain (Moses Smith and Corydon O. 

Chamberlain),, billiard saloon, Brattle, c. Brighton 
Smithers John B. (U. S.), storekeeper, house 13 William 
Smyth George M., bookkeeper (95 Union, B.), boards 56 

Western avenue 
Snaith George S., machinist L. R. R., house at Maiden 
Snell Adelbert G., carpenter, house Sceva place 
Snell William, carbuilder B. & L. R. R. shop, house 27 

Second 
Snow Abbott L., boxmaker, boards 56 Fourth 
Snow Ambrose, carpenter, house 20 Hancock 
Snow Byron M., clerk, 25 Central sq., h. 73 Magazine 
Snow Charles E., painter, house 32 Pearl 
Snow David A., carpenter, boards 518 Main 
SNOW EBEN, cashier Charles River National Bank, 1 

Harvard row, h. 7 Fayerweather 
Snow George L., clerk, h. 34 Pearl 

Snow George K., president Reversible Collar Co., 10 Ar- 
row, house at Watertown 
Snow George W., clerk (B.), boards 7 Bigelow 
Snow Heman R., tinman, house 15 Franklin 
Snow Howard A., tinsmith, 8 Brattle, boards C. Moore's,, 

Langdon 
Snow Humphrey L. (75 Essex, B.), house 4 Langdon 
Snow James H. (Millan & Snow), fish and oysters, 21 

Brattle, house 45 Mt. Auburn 
Snow John, brickmaker, house 104 Dublin 
Snow John H. (Snow & Higgins), provisions, 116 Pearl y 

house do. 
Snow Joseph^ carpenter, house Frost, corner Harris 
Snow Lewis T., carpenter, h. Holly av., n. Wyeth 
Snow Nathaniel. A., salesman (87 North, B.), h. 60 Auburn 
Snow Russell L., carpenter, 95 Allston, h. 40 Hamilton 
Snow Samuel, counselor (17 Pemberton sq., B.), house 8 

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386 CAMBRIDGE [g] DIRECTORY. 

Snow Sarah Mrs., house 10 Wendell 

Snow Seymour B., cashier Carnbridgeport National Bank, 

585 Main, house 127 Magazine 
Snow Simeon, house 7 Bigelow 

Snow S. Augustus, salesman (B.), h. 4 Allston court 
Snow William B., clerk, 515 Main, bds. 42 Austin 
Snow William M., assistant cashier Charles River Nation- 
al Bank, bds. 7 Fayerweather 
Snow & Higgins (John H. Snow and Solon O. Higgins), 

provisions and groceries, 116 Pearl [dike 

Snyder Frank P., clerk, (19 Charles, B.), bds. 66 Thorn- 
Snyder John, bartender, 9 Brighton, bds. 206 Green 
Soley Earnest F., clerk (75 Chauncy, B.), boards Putnam 

avenue, corner Green [cor. Green 

Soley John J., broker (13 Exchange, B.), h. Putnam av., 
Solger Perry K., student H. TJ., boards 29 Chauncy 
Solomons Coleman Mrs., house 116 Brookline 
Somerby Charles A., organ-pipemaker, 3 Second, corner 

Gore, boards 3 do. 
Somers John E., physician, 2 Cedar sq., h. do. 
Sommerman Henry, bookbinder Riverside, h. 26 Jay 
Soper Horatio T., streetpaver, house 7 Union 
Soper James B., bookkeeper (236 Tremont, B.), house 6 

Putnam court 
Sophocles Evangelinus A., university professor of Ancient 

Byzantine and Modern Greek, H. U., rooms 3 Hol- 

worthy Hall 
Sortwell Alvin F., bookkeeper Sortwell & Co., bds. 59 Otis 
Sort well Daniel R., pres. Cambridge National Bank, and 

(Sortwell & Co.), distillers, house 59 Otis 
Sortwell & Co. (Daniel R. Sortwell), distillers, Cambridge, 

cor. Distillhouse 
Soule Benj. T., restaurant (22 Union, B.), h. 28 Clinton 
Soule Lawrence P., mason and builder, house 14 Shepard 
Soule Oliver H., clerk ('61 Bowker, B.),b. 9 Lake View av. 
Soule William, carpenter (31 Bowker, B.), house 9 Lake 

View avenue [Inman 

Soule William S., com. mer. (203 Congress, B.), house 25 
Southack C. Frank, organ actionmaker, house 10 Tufts 
Southack James H., organ actionmaker M. & H. Organ 

Co., house 32 Prospect 
Southard Eunice A., widow, house 5 Vine 
Southard Richard P., clerk (B.), boards 200 Harvard 
SOUTHER JOHN C, provisions, 13 Harvard row, bds. 

4 Story [Washington 

Southick John S., jigsawyer M. & H. Organ Co., house 71 
Southward George, traveling agent, house 105 Columbia 



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CAMBRIDGE [g] DIRECTORY. 387 

South wick George K., glassmaker, boards 26 Third 
Southwick John F., actionraaker M. & H. Organ Co. 
South worth George M., apothecary, 439 Main, h. 7 Sidney- 
Spain William, shoemaker, 557 Main, boards 47 Essex 
Spalding Warren F., asst. editor (300 Wash., B.), house 

147 Pearl 
Spare Elizabeth, widow of Elijah, house 106 Thorndike 
Spare Maria E., teacher Pitnam grammar school, boards 

31 Sixth [Hall 

Sparhawk Edward E., student H. U., rooms 12 Divinity 
Sparhawk Mary E., widow of John B., house 46 William 
Sparks Jared Mrs., house Quincy, cor. Kirkland 
Sparrow Benjamin F., boots and shoes (184 Congress, B.), 

house 49 Columbia 
Sparrow Emeline Miss, house 32 Magazine 
Sparrow Herbert H., traveling agent boards 9j4 Bigelow 
Sparrow James H., carpenter and builder, Auburn court, 

house 62 Auburn [Cottage 

Sparrow Richard, messenger (Revere Bank, B.), bds. 41 
Sparrow Richard K., insurance agent, house 41 Cottage 
Spaulding Daniel B., milkman, house 124 Winsor 
Spaulding E. Frank, patternmaker Walworth Manfg. Co., 

house 110 Pleasant [Broadway 

Spaulding James H., tuner. M. & H. Organ Co., bds. 326 
Spaulding James R., maps and charts (106 Court, B.), h. 

80 Fourth 
Spaulding Lemuel B., milkman, house 126 Winsor 
Spaulding Lucinda, widow, house 80 Fourth 
Spear Frank, driver F. A. Kennedy, house 2 Sidney 
Spellman Anthony Mrs., house 54 Amory 
Spellman Malachi M., blacksmith, Cherry, corner School, 

house 2, rear Fisk's block 
Spelman Israel M. (70 Devonshire, B.), house 62 Sparks 
Spence Silas C, fishmarket, 80 Pleasant, h. (27 Spring, B.) 
Spencer Albert A., clerk (139 Summer, B.), boards 82 

Washington 
Spencer Charles H., house 17 Market [Wash. 

Spencer Charles H., clerk (469 Washington, B.), house 87 
Spencer Daniel, porter, house 12 Murdock 
Spencer E. Edwin, eclectic physician, house 1 Pleasant 
Spencer George, casemaker M. "& H. Organ Co. 
Spencer George F., teamster, house 117 Thorndike 
Spencer George H., bronzer, house 139 Brookline 
Spencer Hosea, mason, house 82 Washington 
Spencer John E., carpenter, house 123 Elm 
Spettigue Clair R. Mrs., physician, house 414 Main 
Spettigue John, physician, 414 Main, house do. 

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388 CAMBRIDGE [g] DIRECTORY. 

Spillane John J., lager beer saloon, 279 Cambridge, h. do. 

Spillane William, laborer, house Warren 

Spindler John, in sugar house, house 5 Winter 

Spindler Michael, laborer, house 57 Charles 

Spragg Edward W., confectioner (4 Tremont row, B.), 

house 30 Spring 
Sprague Charles, student H. IT., rooms 2 Holmes pUce 
Sprague William W., grocer (62 and 64 Cambridge, B.), h. 

32 Norfolk 
Spratt Albert, laborer, rooms 32 Mt. Auburn 
Sprigg James, law student, rooms 18 Wendell 
Spring Peleg W., carpenter, house 10 Putnam av. 
Springer Lottie M. Mrs., house 62 Cherry 
Springer Oliver H., (Springer & Jewell), carpenter, 

DeWolf, h. 54 Putnam av. 
SPRINGER & JEWELL (Oliver H. Springer and James 

P. Jewell), carpenters, DeWolf, near Dyke 
Springsteen John, porter,' boards 13 Webster av. 
Sproul Andrew, policeman, h. Harrison ct., cor. Wright 
Sproul John L., plumber, 193 North av., b. 15 Harrison ct. 
Sprow Joseph, house 129 Washington 
Squire Frank O. (John P. Squire & Co.), 169 Gore, house 

at Arlington [at Boston 

Squire George W. (J. P. Squire & Co.), 169 Gore, house 
Squire John P. (John P. Squire & Co.), provision dealer, 

169 Gore, house at Arlington 
SQUIRE JOHN P. & CO. (John P., George W., and 

Frank O. Squire), provision dealers, 168 Gore and 

(23 and 25 F. H. Market, and'39 North Market, B.), 

pork house 169 Gore 
Stabler Charles, boards 27 Kinnaird 
Stackpole Joseph, stairbuilder, house 107 Inman 
Stackpole Joseph F., hatter, boards 107 Inman 
Stacy Edward P., bookbinder, house 19 Lawrence 
Stacy Edwin M., provisions (19 New F. H. Market, B.), 

boards 5 Wright 
Stacy George W., painter, 608 Main, house 19 Perry 
Stacy George W., grocer (99 Chambers, B.), house 23 

Fairmont 
Stacy Lydia A., widow of James B., h. 20 Howard 
Stacy Sarah, widow of John, house 13 Wright 
Stafford Mary A., widow of John S., h. 32 Western av. 
Stafford Orin M., driver F. A. Kennedy, h. 80^ Green 
Stafford William W., milkman, boards 9 Kinnaird 
Stahle Tobias, cabinetmaker, house 10 Seventh 
Stacklecker Charles, laborer, house 49 Banks 
Standishstreet Henry, glasscutter, house 18 Spring 



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CAMBEIDGE [g] DIKECTORT. ' 389 

Stan dinger Oscar F., boards 55 }£ Gore 

Stanford Perry L., clergyman, h. 63 Washington 

Stanger Louis J., varnisher, boards 64 Winter 

Stanley Henry E., clerk (B.), house 107 Otis 

Stanton David J. Mrs., millinery, etc., 410 Cambridge, h. 

170 Norfolk 
Stanton Patrick F., florist, Cedar, n. Belmont, house do. 
Stanton Sophronia H., widow of Newell D., h. 47 Gore 
Staples J. Oliver, bookkeeper, 599>£ Main, rooms 84 Green 
Staples Samuel, fly finisher M. & H. Organ Co., house at 

Hyde Park 
Stapley Samuel, clerk (52 Union, B.), house rear 58 Gore 
STARBUCK JAMES C, stoves, furnaces, etc., 552 

Main, house 139 Washington [Wendell 

Stark William F., bookkeeper (129 Friend, B.), house 24 
Staudinger Frederick, brushmaker, 12 Gore, h. 55>2 do. 
Stauffer Isaac H., law student, rooms 4 Mt. Auburn 
Stayner Richard T., tinsmith, house 402 Main 
Stayner William R., tinplate worker, house 586 Ma'in 
St. Clair John M., house 8 Front 
St. Clair Royal, house 66 Vine 
St. Denis Gilbert, laborer, house 55 Cedar 
STEARNS ALFRED W., carpenter, Mill, h. 26 Wallace 
Stearns Amos F., house 43 Seventh 
Stearns Amos O., locksmith (26 Brattle, B.), house 44 

Seventh 
Stearns Charles E., house Sands, corner Elmer 
Stearns Charles E., painter, house 17 Wallace 
Stearns Francis F., carpenter, boards 50 Pearl 
Stearns Frank, clerk, 126 Cambridge, bds. 44 Seventh 
Stearns George H., at James Pike's stable, 904 Main, h. 

46 Shepard [44 Seventh 

Stearns George O., locksmith (26 Brattle, B.), boards 
Stearns Horace B., pressman Riverside Press, boards 70 

River 
Stearns James, agent livery stable, 22 Brattle, h. 20 Eliot 
Stearns John W., pork packer, house 164 Gore 
Stearns Marshall N., brickmason, house 24 Wallace 
Stearns Oliver, Parkman professor of theology H. XT'., h. 

12 Kirkland place 
Stearns Thomas, assessor, house 19 Farwell place 
Stearns William F., bookkeeper Riverside Press, boards 

14 Trowbridge 
Stebbins James H., student H. IT., rooms 6 Appian way 
Stebbins Roswell O., compositor Riverside, house 102 

Putnam avenue 
Stechell Joseph, patternmaker, 92 Main, h. 87 Winsor 

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390 • CAMBRIDGE [g] DIRECTOET. 

Stedman George H., clerk (40 Water, B.),h. 26 Worcester 
Stedman Harry G., piano-key maker, bds. 127 Harvard 
Stedman Henry P., cabinetmaker, house 10 Tufts 
Stedman Herbert, teamster, boards 130 Broadway 
Stedman Samuel E., piano-key maker, 139 Broadway, h. 

127 Harvard 
Stedman Vernal R. (Stedman & Kelley), pianoforte-ac- 
tion manuf., 113 Broadway, h.218 Harvard 
Stedman & Kelley (Vernal R. Stedman and Alexander P. 

Kelley), pianoforte-action manufs., 113 Broadway 
Steele Benjamin H., builder, house 8 Arlington 
Steele Charles E., clerk (84 Hawley, B.), bds. 104 Austin 
Steele Danforth S., carpenter, boards 8 Arlington 
Steele Jacob T., hats, caps, etc. (84 Hawley, B.), house 

104 Austin 
Steele John, teamster, 115 Bridge, house rear 128 Gore 
Steele James L., boards 104 Austin 
Steele Lucy H., house 21 Antrim 

Steele Thomas, hairdresser. Spruce, cor. Clay, house do. 
Steenstra Peter H., professor of Hebrew and Exegesis, 

Episcopal Theological school, house 9 Hilliard 
Steer John, hairdresser, house 43 Tremont 
Stehlglen August, watchmaker, house 161 Broadway 
Steinmann J. Henry, musician, house 30 Cherry 
Steinmann Kaspar, carver, house 131 Otis [Water 

Stemler Daniel, French polisher, and boardinghouse, 2 
Stengel Philip, laborer, house 15 Brewery [ter 

Stenger Michael, glasscutter N. E. Glass Co., bds. 12 Win- 
Stengler Abraham, peddler, house 39 Charles 
Stephens George C, mechanic, house 20 Putnam avenue 
Stephens George C, shipping clerk, house 2 South 
Sterling Frederick, laborer, boards 2 Water 
Stearn August H., laborer, house rear 5 Eighth 
Stern Philip, cabinetmaker, h. Ninth, near Cambridge 
Stetson Calvin M., watchman, boards State Arsenal, Gar- 
den, corner Chauncy 
Stetson Charles H., stove polish mnfr., 28 Pleasant, h. do. 
Stetson Charles P., carpenter, house 174 Harvard 
Stevens Abel, boards 19 Buckingham 
Stevens Abel, jr., carpenter, Mt. Auburn, corner Bath, 

house 153 Mt. Auburn 
Stevens Abram Rev., house 22 Inman 
Stevens Albert, builder, house 19 Buckingham 
Stevens Ashland, shoemaker, boards 105 Spring 
Stevens Atherton H. Mrs., house 40 Sixth 
Stevens Benjamin F., sawyer M. & H. Organ Co., house 
3 Cottage 

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CAMBRIDGE [j§] DIRECTORY. 391 

Stevens Burt, organmaker, Fifth, corner Otis, boards 69 

Thorndike 
Stevens Charles A., painter, house 13 Cottage 
Stevens Charles A. (C. A. Stevens & Co.), 153 North av., 

house at Weston 
Stevens Charles A. & Co. (Chas. A. Stevens and Frank 

Greene), hassock and Ottoman mnirs., 153 North av. 
Stevens Charles B., registrar of deeds, office Court House, 

house 8 Maple avenue 
Stevens Chas. E., apothecary, 153 Bridge, bds. 155 Bridge 
Stevens Charles E., cabinetmaker G. Woods & Co., boards 

11 Myrtle place [house 33 Holyoke 

Stevens Charles O. T, reporter (Boston Herald, B.), 
Stevens Clara, widow of Wm., house 34 Western avenue 
Stevens Cyrus S., painter, 3 River, house 13 Cottage 
Stevens David A., teamster, house 3 Pioneer avenue 
Stevens Edmund H., physician, 162 North av., house do. 
Stevens Edward C, house '276 Broadway 
Stevens Edwin C, at A. A. Wyeth's, bds. 153 Mt. Auburn 
Stevens Elbridge G., reedmaker M. & H. Organ Co., bds. 

26 Park 
Stevens Elias H., nurse, house 105 Spring 
Stevens Ella M. Miss, telegraph operator E. Cambridge 

Post Office, 86 Cambridge, boards 119 Otis 
Stevens Ezra H., painter, house 2 rear 41 Norfolk 
Stevens Francis E., papercarrier, house 119 Otis 
Stevens Frank, paver, house 3 Pioneer place 
Stevens Frank P., conductor U. R. Co., bds. 119 Otis 
Stevens Frank R., bookkeeper J. Pike & Co., boards 18 

Farwell place 
Stevens Frank W., clerk, 17 Brattle, rooms 26 Ash 
Stevens Frederick T., secretary and treasurer Union Rail- 
way Co., office Harvard sq., h. 6 Holyoke place 
Stevens George, organ manufacturer, Fifth, cor. Otis, and 

pres. East Cambridge Savings Bank, h. 69 Thorndike 
Stevens George F., organmaker, Fifth, cor. Otis, boards 

£9 Thorndike 
STEVENS HAROLD W., clerk and messenger First 

National Bank of Cambridge, boards 22 lnman 
Stevens Henry A., conveyancer of deeds, Court House, 

boards 8 Maple avenue 
Stevens John H. (J. H. Stevens & Co.), plumber, 634 

Main, house 33 Western avenue 
Stevens Joseph, painter, house 220 Harvard 
Steveus Joseph, painter and glazier, house 180 Harvard 
Stevens John H. & Co. (John H. Stevens and Charles B. 

Cade), plumbers, 634 Main 

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392 CAMBKIDGE [8] DIRECTORY. 

Stevens Isaac, house 21 Avon 

Stevens Mary Mrs., house 119 Otis 

Stevens Mary, widow, house 3 William 

Stevens Mary E., wid. of Joseph, musicteacher,h. 52 Pearl 

Stevens Moses Mrs., boardinghouse, 18 Farwell pi., h. do. 

Stevens Normandus W., at sugarhouse, bds. 105 Spring 

Stevens Oliver A., glasscutter, house 91 Fourth 

Stevens Phebe Miss, house 131 Harvard 

Stevens Samuel, cabinetmaker, house 11 Myrtle place 

Stevens Thomas J., constable and collector, 608 Main, 

houso 20 Elm 
Stevens Wm., boarding stable, 151 Bridge, h. 155 Bridge 
Stevens William A., paperhanger, and boardinghouse, 

390 Main 
Stevenson David, plasterer, house 139 Spring 
Stevenson George, laborer, house Porter, near Warren 
Ste\ r enson George, glassblower, house 122 Webster av. 
Stevenson John E., porter, house 36 Hastings 
Stevenson Thomas, plasterer, 139 Spring, house do. 
Steward Ira (Custom House, B.), house 79 Allston 
Steward John H., clerk, 192 Cambridge, h. 70 Gore 
Stewart Alonzo, city missionary, house 141 Otis 
Stewart Ann E. Mrs., house 24 Brookline 
Stewart Arthur H., blacksmith, house 63^ Cherry 
Stewart Arthur M., clerk, 126 Inman, bds. 127 Prospect 
Stewart Betsey, widow of Erie W., house 57 Pine 
Stewart Daniel, carpenter, house 65 Vine 
Stewart Frank P., bookkeeper, boards 57 Pine 
Stewart George, house 2 Boardman place 
Stewart Henry L., painter, 16 Brighton, h. 19 Hilliard 
Stewart Isabella, widow of Murdoch, house 65 Vine 
Stewart James, tailor, 7 Brattle, house 60 Cherry 
Stewart John, coachman, house 19 DeWolf 
Stewart Mary, widow or Robert, h. 12 Forest 
Stewart Orlando, house 59 Sixth 
Stewart Richard, house 32 Rice 
Stewart Sarah E., teacher Boardman primary school, bds. 

57 Pine 
Stewart William C, carpenter, boards 65 Vine 
Stewart William F., orajanmaker, boards 24 Brookline 
Stewart William H., clerk (427 Wash., B.), bds. 141 Otis 
Stewart William J., butcher, house 53 Spruce 
Stickel Jacob F., bootmaker, house 438 Cambridge 
Stickney Charles W., student H. U., rooms 7 Waterhouse 
Stickney Francis H., carpenter, over 188 Cambridge, h. 

136 Otis 
Stickney Fred. A., clerk, 452 Harvard, rooms do. 

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CAMBRIDGE [g] DIRECTORY. 393 

STICKNEY NATHANIEL N. (N. N. Stickney & Co.), 

lumberdealer, Winthrop wharf, h. 43 Mt. Auburn 
STICKNEY N. N. & CO. .(Nathaniel N. Stickney and 
William E. Saunders), lumberdealers), Winthrop 
wharf, foot of DeWolf 
Stickney Rodolph, carpenter and builder, h. 129 Spring 
Stickney Warren, pharmacist, 150 Broadway, house at 
Waltham [Lee 

Stiles A. Eulalia, bookkeeper, 139 Broadway, rooms 15 
Stiles Charles H., contractor, boards 9 Remington 
Stiles Elizabeth, widow of Stephen, h. 282 North av. 
STILES JOHN C., prop. " People's Line" of Omnibus- 
es, East Cambridge and Boston, h. 9 Remington 
Stiles Lucius, salesman (99 Summer, B.), h. 15 Lee 
Stiles Samuel, carpenter, house 6 Dover 
Stillson Daniel C, foreman Walworth Manfg. Co., house 

at Charlestown 
Stimpson Herbert H., house 11 Linnasan 
Stimpson J. Frank, pump and blockmaker, h. 7 Oak 
Stimpson John Mrs., house 7 Oak 
Stimpson Walter, boards 255 North avenue 
Stimpson William C. Mrs., house 29 Shepard 
Stimson Fordyce M., broker, house 18 Mellen 
Stimson Martin W. (Cilley, Stimson and Woodbury), 120 

Green, house 307 Broadway 
Stimson Royal W., house 109 Sparks 
Stimson William F., bookbinder Riverside binderv, house 

69 Allston 
Stinson Daniel, laborer, house 48 Clark 
Stinson James, hostler, house 14 Beaver 
Stinson John, grocer, 36 Somerset, house do. 
Stinson John D., provisiondealer, h. 4 Whitney's court 
Stinson Joseph mason, house 7 Stinson court 
Stinson Mary Mrs., house 140 Columbia 
Stinson William H., stereotype finisher Riverside, boards 

14 Beaver 
Stinson William J., coremaker, house 6 Cowperthwait 
St. John Patrick, cooper, boards 51 Sixth 
St. John's Literary Institute, 107 Cambridge 
St. Martin Felix, brickmaker, house 152 Spruce 
Stobbe Alphonso, cabinetmaker, house 49 Vine 
Stockbridge Columbus A. (White & Stockbridge), ma- 
son, 363 Main, h. 7 Douglass 
Stockbridge Romanzo O., carpenter, house rear 1 State 
Stocker Frank A., lithographer Riverside Press, house at 

Boston 
Stockford Susan, widow, house Hollis, near Spruce 

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394 CAMBRIDGE [g] DIRECTORY. 

Stockwell Edward Mrs., house Lincoln court 

Stockwell Fred. F., liverystable, Walden, near North av., 

house 9 Walden [97 Main 

Stodder Charles S., blacksmith, boards 4 Baldwin's pi., r. 
Stodder David G., carpenter, house 138 Brookline 
Stokes Edward, laborer, house 8 Grant 
Stokes John, butcher, boards 198 Cambridge 
Stokes John, granite dealer (Brighton), h. 104 Sparks 
Stolba Benj., cigarmaker, 432^ Harvard, bds. 10 South 
Stone Addie Miss, teacher Putnam grammar school, bds. 

53 Third 
Stone Amos, county treasurer, office Court House, East 

Cambridge, house at Everett 
Stone Anna, widow, house 21 Essex 
STONE ANSON J., treasurer Mercantile Savings Bank, 

(581 Wash., B.), h. 34 North av. 
Stone Charles, laborer, house 263 Mt. Auburn 
Stone Charles, house 5 State . [Dover 

Stone Clarence E., bookkeeper (55 Kilby, B.), boards 14 
Stone Daniel, provisions, 33 River, house 54 Pleasant 
Stone Daniel G., boxmaker, house 11 Winsor 
Stone Edmond A., driver F. A. Kennedy, house 30 Jay 
Stone Elisha, elevators (103 Court, B.), house 14 Dover 
Stone Frank, laborer, boards 70 Second 
Stone Fred. J., bookpresser Riverside, boards 37 River 
Stone George, clerk (90 Franklin, B.), boards 13 Wright 
Stone George F., clerk M. & H. Organ Co., house 83 

Washington 
Stone George G., bartender, house 126 Harvard 
Stone Herbert H., hackdriver, 904 Main, bds. 46 Shepard 
Stone James F., provisions, house 37 River 
Stone James W., expressman, house 452 Cambridge 
Stone John, stereotyper Riverside, h. Florence, n. Magazine 
Stone John, laborer, bds. Mrs. Legassy's, Concord avenue 
Stone John S., D. D., professor Episcopal Theological 

school, house 2 Phillips place [Wright 

Stone Lauriston L., salesman (90 Franklin, B.), house 13 
Stone Maria Mrs., house 18 Dunster 
Stone Mary L., nurse, house 198 Cambridge 
Stone Mary W. Miss, h. Cambridge, opp. Hovey's nurseries 
Stone Otis, boards 21 Essex 

Stone Philip S., law student H. U., rooms 2 Phillips place 
Stone Thatcher, provisions, 186 Cambridge, h. 13 Sixth 
Stone William A., apothecary, 4 Brewer's block, Brattle 

sq , house 10 Warland [Arrow 

Stone William E., bookkeeper (14 Exchange pi., B.), h. 6 
Stone William F., clerk (26 Summer, B.), bds. 37 River 

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CAMBRIDGE [g] DIRECTORY. 395 

Stone William K., house Phillips place 

Storer Charles, ornamental japanner, house 38 Sidney 

Storer William, house 246 Harvard ■ 

Storer William B. (Robert B. Storer & Co., 58 India sq., 

B.), house Garden, cor. Shepard . 
Storer William N., clerk, 624 Main, house 246 Harvard 
St. Onge Alphonse, horse trader S. Giddings' stable, Co- 
lumbia, house 380 Cambridge 
Storey Thomas, stonecutter, house 99 Kinnaird 
Storey William, stonemason, house 150 Green 
Story Augustus, photographer, 7 Brattle, boards 119 Mt. 
Auburn [Hall 

Story Wm. E., tutor in Mathematics H. IT., rooms 7 Weld 
Stott George T., teamster, boards 74 Cambridge 
Stout John, laborer, house rear 59 Winter 
Stout Nicholas, laborer, house 60 Charles 
Stoutley Charlotte, widow of Charles H., h. 44 DeWolf 
Stover Howard M., carpenter, house 8 Western avenue 
Stowe George W., clerk, 610 Main, house 60 Pleasant 
Stowe Joseph E., clerk, 610 Main, boards 60 Pleasant 
Stowe Wm. (American Net and Twine Co.), Third, house 

at Arlington 
Strain Daniel J., artist (149 Tremomt, B.), h. 113 Inman 
Strath John, teamster, house 213 Mt. Auburn 
Stratton Anna M., widow of Henry, h 3 Shepherd blk, 
Charles River [16 Dunster 

Stratton Charles, boots and shoes (85 Leverett, B.), h. 
Stratton Charles F., clerk (91 State, B.), h. 19 Winthrop 
Stratton Edward B., clerk (29 Pearl, B.), bds. 16 Dunster 
Stratton Flavel C, house 10 Bigelow 
Stratton Martha A., widow, house 10 Bigelow 
Stratton William F., bookkeeper J. Wilson & Son, boards 

7 Gerry 
Straub Charles, cabinetmaker, house 70 Hastings 
Straub John, baker, house McCabe, cor. Jefferson 
Streckwald Charles, laborer, boards 65 Gore 
Street Chas. P., foreman The Blake Hose Co., 174 Broad- 
way, house at Brighton 
Street Edwin A., agent The Blake Hose Co., 174 Broad- 
way, house at Dorchester 
Street Frederic, brickmaker, house Dublin, n. Walden 
Streeter Alexander S., house 14 Dunster 
Strobel Louis, baker, bds. Seventh, cor. Cambridge 
Strong John, woodturner, house rear 67 Moore 
Strong J. P., student H. U., rooms 13 Divinity Hall 
Strother Farina, widow, h. Plymouth, n. Webster avenue 
Strout Maria, widow of James F., h. 293 Broadway 

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396 CAMBRIDGE [g] DIRECTORY. 

Stuart Frederick T., steel engraver (42 Court, B.), house 

22 Hancock 
Stuart George A., bookkeeper, 69 Main, bds. 1 Hancock 
Stubbs Joseph A., oysters and clams (133 Commercial, 

B.), house 29 Sidney 
Stubbs S. C. Mrs., widow, house 131 Franklin 
Studley Amasa, organbuilder, 101 Gore, h. 174 Cambridge 
Studley Edwin R., driver U. R. Co., house 31 Ash 
Studley Frank E., clerk, 156 Cambridge, h. 53 Austin 
Studley Joseph, apothecary, 156 Cambridge, h. 53 Austin 
Stumbles James, cabinetmaker, house 40 Third 
Sturks William P., carpenter, house 66 Webster 
Sturtevant Arthur H., at University Press, bds. 77 Brattle 
Suberlich Joseph, finisher, house 73 Sixth 
Sudby Thomas, cooper, house 198 Norfolk 
Suessle Frederick, butcher, house 68 Vine 
Suffern Edward L., at 40 Pearl, h. at Boston, ward 16 
Sughrue John F., bartender, house 22 Sparks 
Suhr JohannasT., blacksmith, boards Ross House 
Sullivan Anna C. Miss, teacher Cambridge training school, 

boards at Boston 
Sullivan Annie Miss (H. E. Jones & Co.), milliner and 

dressmaker, 600 Main, house do. 
Sullivan Catharine Miss, house 36 Reed 
Sullivan Catharine, widow of James F., h. 1 Portland 
Sullivan Charles, house 10 Foster 

Sullivan Charles H., printer (449 Wash., B.), h.33 West 
Sullivan Charles W., clerk, house 6 William 
Sullivan Cornelius, coffinmaker W. L. Lockhart, boards 

165 Cambridge 
Sullivan Cornelius, gardener, house 82 Oxford 
Sullivan Cornelius, laborer, house rear 23 Carson 
Sullivan Cornelius, laborer, boards rear 163 Bridge 
Sullivan Cornelius, laborer, house 119 Gore 
Sullivan Cornelius, foreman Day & Collins, h. 134 Main 
Sullivan Cornelius C, carpenter, house 45 Winter 
Sullivan Daniel, fireman, house 122 Brookline 
Sullivan Daniel, laborer, house Warren, near Cambridge 
Sullivan Daniel, laborer, house 61 Brighton 
Sullivan Daniel, teamster, house 192 Norfolk 
Sullivan Daniel, laborer, house 30 North 
Sullivan Daniel, shoemaker, 138 Bridge, house do. 
Sullivan Daniel, painter, boards 7 Fourth 
Sullivan Daniel, machinist, boards 45 Winter 
Sullivan Daniel, marblecutter, house 137 Dublin 
Sullivan Daniel J., house 58 Hastings 
Sullivan Daniel J., carriagepainter F. I vers, bds. 7 Reed 

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CAMBRIDGE [g] DIRECTORY. 397 

Sullivan Dennis, laborer, house 16 Hastings 
Sullivan Dennis, innholder, 69 Gore, house do. 
Sullivan Dennis P., tinsmith, house 73 River 
Sullivan Edward, laborer, house 23 Cowperthwait 
Sullivan Edward F., brassfinisher F. Draper & Co., Otis, 

house 93 Gore 
Sullivan Elizabeth, widow, house 17 Brown 
Sullivan Ellen, house 187 Franklin 
Sullivan Ellen, widow of Thomas, house 11 Short 
Sullivan Eugene, stonecutter, house 152 Bridge 
Sullivan Eugene, laborer, house 18 Winter 
Sullivan Florence, brassfinisher, house 202 Green 
Sullivan Garret, glassmaker, h. 92 Otis [Auburn 

Sullivan George A., harnessmaker, 4 Brattle, bcls. 56 Mt. 
Sullivan James, baker, house 46 Foster 
Sullivan James, glassworker, house 6 Winter 
Sullivan James, laborer, house 196 Franklin 
Sullivan James, laborer, boards 39 Cowperthwait 
Sullivan James F., springbed maker, bds. 1 Portland 
Sullivan James M., painter, house 208 Green 
Sullivan JefTery, stonecutter, house 137 Dublin 
Sullivan Jeremiah, laborer, boards 207 Franklin 
Sullivan Jeremiah, laborer, house 15 Sparks 
Sullivan Jeremiah, laborer, house 143 Elm 
Sullivan Jeremiah, laborer, house 7 Fourth 
Sullivan Jeremiah, glassmaker, house rear 45 Winter 
Sullivan Jeremiah, glassblower, house 116 Spring 
Sullivan Jeremiah, laborer, boards 194 Bridge 
Sullivan Jeremiah, laborer, house 86 Webster avenue 
Sullivan Jeremiah, laborer, house 2 Stevens court 
Sullivan Jeremiah, teamster, house near Somerset 
Sullivan Jeremiah, butcher, house 73 Spruce 
Sullivan Jeremiah J., music printer (449 Wash., B.), house 

110 Hampshire 
Sullivan Joanna Mrs., house 180 Green 
Sullivan John, laborer, E. C, house at Boston 
Sullivan John, farmhand, house 5 Clay 
Sullivan John, coop'er, house 35 BrOokline 
Sullivan John, painter, boards 7 Fourth 
Sullivan John, laborer, house 104 Main 
Sullivan John, laborer, 20 Sacramento, boards do. 
Sullivan John, glassworker, house 41 Winter 
Sullivan John, printer (B.), boards 45 Winter 
Sullivan John, marbleworker, house 64 Harvard 
Sullivan John, laborer, house Warren, n. Cambridge 
Sullivan John, laborer, house 113 Webster avenue 
Sullivan John, laborer, boards 291 Cambridge 

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398 CAMBRIDGE [g] DIRECTORY. 

Sullivan John, brush maker, boards 34 Charles 

Sullivan John, laborer, boards 18 Winter 

Sullivan John, laborer, boards 4 Fourth 

Sullivan John, casketmaker, house 198 Cambridge 

Sullivan John, shoemaker, 39 Charles, house do. 

Sullivan John, laborer, house rear 114 Broadway 

Sullivan John, marbleworker, house 4 Lake 

Sullivan John, currier, house Clifton 

Sullivan John, shoemaker, house 7 Rockwell 

Sullivan John, laborer, house 166 Franklin 

Sullivan John A., printer Riverside, house 210 Green 

Sullivan John D., hostler, 904 Main, h. 31 Charles River 

Sullivan John F., clerk, 185 Bridge, boards 183 do. 

Sullivan John H., laborer, house 12 Short 

Sullivan John O., laborer, house 9 Carson 

Sullivan John W., marblecutter, house 8 Cambridge 

Sullivan Margaret, widow, house 17 Hastings 

Sullivan Margaret, widow of John, h. rear 45 Winter 

Sullivan Mary, widow, house 34 Charles 

Sullivan Mary, widow of Jeffrey, house 137 Dublin 

Sullivan Mary, widow of John, house Third, cor. Gore 

Sullivan Mary, widow of John, house Jackson, n. Spruce 

Sullivan Maurice, laborer, house Warren, n. Jefferson 

Sullivan Michael, laborer, boards 39 Cowperthwait 

Sullivan Michael, baker, house 170 Franklin 

Sullivan Michael, laborer, house 47 Banks 

Sullivan Michael, laborer, house 9 Cowperthwait 

Sullivan Michael, gardener, house 14 Mill 

Sullivan Michael, laborer, house 70 Gore 

Sullivan Michael, laborer, house 52 Charles 

Sullivan Michael, teamster, house 38 Foster 

Sullivan Michael, laborer, house 228 Franklin 

Sullivan Michael, laborer, house 31 Charles River 

Sullivan Michael, laborer, house rear 123 Elm 

Sullivan Michael, jr., laborer, boards 228 Franklin 

Sullivan Michael J., tailor, 26 Holyoke, bds. 48 Brighton 

Sullivan Patrick, laborer, house Porter, near Warren 

Sullivan Patrick, laborer, house 52 North 

Sullivan Patrick, laborer B. & L. R. R., house Lechmere 

block, Bridge, cor. Cambridge 
Sullivan Patrick, currier, house 7 Reed 
Sullivan Patrick, laborer, house 25 Cowperthwait 
Sullivan Patrick, hostler, boards 31 Charles River 
Sullivan Patrick, laborer, house 9 Flagg 
Sullivan Patrick, laborer, house 178 Green 
Sullivan Patrick, carriagewasher, h. Foster, n. Lowell 
Sullivan Patrick, 2d, laborer, house 52 North 

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CAMBRIDGE [g] DIRECTORY. 399 

Sullivan Patrick J., oil finisher, boards 1 Portland 
Sullivan Patrick T., painter, house 16 Sparks 
Sullivan Peter, laborer, house 8 Beaver 
Sullivan Richard, currier, house 7 Reed 
Sullivan Richard, laborer, house 8 Water 
Sullivan Robert, laborer, house 62 Charles 
Sullivan Roger, peddler, house 39 Charles 
Sullivan Rose, widow of Owen, house 45 Winter 
Sullivan Stephen, mason, house rear 13 Charles River 
Sullivan Thomas, laborer, house 207 Franklin 
Sullivan Thomas, laborer, house Jefferson, near Warren 
Sullivan Thomas, teamster, 180 Main 
Sullivan Timothy, laborer, house 196 Norfolk 
Sullivan Timothy, carpenter, house 126 Spring 
Sullivan Timothy, laborer, house 8 Jackson 
Sullivan Timothy, laborer, house 7 Murdock 
SULLIVAN TIMOTHY, express and saloon, 127 Bridge 

and 32 Cambridge, house 125 Bridge 
Sullivan Timothy, cooper, 138 Gore, bds. at Somerville 
Sullivan Timothy, laborer, house 4 North 
Sullivan Timothy, laborer, house 14 North 
Sullivan Timothy, laborer, house 124 River 
Sullivan Timothy, laborer, house 11 Carson 
Sullivan Timothy D., stereotypefinisher, h. 48 Holyoke 
Sullivan William, laborer, house 233 Franklin 
Sullivan William J. A., foreman composing room River- 
side, house 79 River 
Sullivan William P., glasscutter, boards 92 Otis 

Sullivan , laborer, house 49 Banks 

Summer Alfred A., fireman, house 149 Gore 

Summers Charles, laborer, boards 7 Hastings 

Summers James, teamster, boards 7 Hastings 

Summers James Mrs., house 7 Hastings 

Summers Richard, coachman, boards 714 Main 

Sumner Bradford Mrs., house 14 Sumner 

Sumner Eben T., engineer B. L. & N. R. R., house 171 

Cambridge 
Sumner Francis, house 14 Sumner 
Sumner John H., fireman, house 154 Charles 
Surrell Peter, laborer, house 4 Squire's court 
Sutcliffe Benjamin F., organ actionmaker, h. 22 Prince 
Snttle James, carver, 77 Main, house at Boston 
Sutton George J., printer (31 State, B.), h. 131 Green 
Sutton Michael J., marble rubber, house 6 Vine 
Sutton Richard W., bookbinder Riverside, h. 131 Green 
Suza Joseph, laborer, boards 25 Third 
Swaim A. D. Mrs., house 16 Craigie 



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400 CAMBRIDGE [g] DIRECTORY. 

Swaim Joseph S., student, boards 16 Craigie 
Swain A. Otis, Dover Stamping Co., bds. 393 Broadway 
Swain Charles C, salesman, 9 Brattle, bds. 15 Farwell pi. 
Swain George W., hairdresser, 4 Broadway, h. 3 Bald- 
win's court, rear 97 Main 
Swain Samuel H., foreman tube band maker M. & H. Or- 
gan Co., house 46 Western avenue 
Swallow Fannie, widow, house 5 Araory place 
Swan Abigail Mrs., house 19 Everett 
Swan Sarah H., widow of Joshua A., house 6 Berkeley 
Swan Walter S., commission merchant (40 Central, B.), 

house 6 Langdon 
Swanson Charles, cabinetmaker, house 140 Pleasant 
S wanton John, laborer, house 4 Short 
Swanton William H., foreman (87 Blackstone, B.), house 

1 Boardman place 
Swasey Charlotte, widow of Edward R., h. 95 Prospect 
Swasey Frank B., boards 95 Prospect 
Swasey George B., leatherdealer (104 High, B.), boards 

273 Harvard 
Swasey John, glasscutter, house 63 Winter 
Sweeney Bridget, widow, house 119 Third 
Sweeney Charles, printer, house Boardman pi. 
Sweeney Charles F., gasfitter, house 100 Tremont 
Sweeney Cornelius, glassmaker, bds. 194 Bridge 
Sweeney Daniel, glasscutter, house 81 Charles 
Sweeney Daniel W., printer, house 5 Brooks 
Sweeney Hugh, tailor, house 22 Reed 
Sweeney Jane, widow of John, house 194 Bridge 
Sweeney John, coffin maker, house rear 202 Bridge 
Sweeney John, carpenter, house 47 Reed 
Sweeney John, glassworker, house 431 Cambridge 
Sweeney Miles, laborer, house 86 Elm 
Sweeney Morgan, baker F. A. Kennedy, bds. 170 Franklin 
Sweeney Nancy, widow, house 32 Charles 
Sweeney Patrick, teamster, house 55 Cedar 
Sweeney Peter, currier, boards 112 Oxford 
Sweeney Richard, grocer, 189 Hampshire, house do. 
Sweeney William, laborer, house 18 Antrim 
Sweet James B., salesman (24 Canal, B.), house 114 

Thorndike ■ 
Sweetman John, house 28 Dunster 
Sweetman John B., clerk Orrin Hall, bds. 28 Dunster 
Sweetser Atkins, teamster, house 9 Leightou court 
Sweetser Charles W., organfinisher (128 Hampden, B.), 

boards 9 Leightou court 
Sweetser Harriet F. W. Miss, private school, h. 6 Mason 

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CAMBRIDGE [T] DIRECTORY. 401 

Sweetser Henry P., salesman (167 Washington, B.), h. 

Elm, n. Russell, Somerville line 
Sweetser Henry W., teamster, boards 9 Leighton court 
Sweetser James W., clerk (450 Wash., B.), boards 9 

Leighton court 
Sweetser Lee Briton A., fireman B. L. & N. R. R., bds. 

9 Leighton court 
Sweetser S. Adelaide Miss, private school, h. 6 Mason 
Sweney Henry J., physician, house 10 Gardner 
Sweney Robert C, plumber, boards 10 Gardner 
Swett Asa, grocer (Exeter, N. H.), house 202 Harvard 
Swett Charles A., clerk (43 India, B.), house 202 Harvard 
Swett George, boxmaker, boards 74 Cambridge 
Swett Melville H., counselor (7 Court sq., B.), rooms 16 

Trowbridge 
Swett Nathaniel, brickdealer, house 17 Tremont 
Swett Stephen, carpenter, house 23 Fairmont 
Swift Alfred, waiter, house 56 Washington 
Swift Henry, flyfinisher M. & H. Organ Co., h.at Medford 
Swift John D., boards 6 Harvard [do. 

Swift Peter, varietv store and junkdealer, 6 Harvard, h. 
Swift William H. (Boston Nut Co.), house 8 Tufts 
Swiney Cornelius, carpenter, house 89 Sixth 
Swiney John H., carpenter, 123 Gore, h. 33 Fourth 
Sykes George D., milkdriver, boards 34 Magazine 
Sykes Margaret, widow, house 115 Columbia 
Sylvester Eliza B., widow of James, h. 724 Cambridge 
Sylvia John C, apothecary, 214 North avenue, boards 

Porter's Hotel [ter 

Symmes Horatio, pianoforte actionmaker, h. at Wiuches- 
Symmes Theodore, pedalmaker M. & H. Organ Co. 
Symon George, printer, house 19 Lawrence 
Symonds Charles, billiards, etc., 548 Main 
Symonds John O., clerk, house 180 Columbia 
Symonds T. Harry, supt.'s clerk U. R. Co., h. 5 South 

TABER QUTNCY A., carpenter A, Stevens, house at 

Stoughton 
Tabraham Leonard G., flyfinisher Mason & Hamlin 
Taggard Ellen, widow of Thomas, house 112 Fourth 
Tainter William H., teamster, house 130 Winsor 
Taissier Frank, engineer Bay State Brick Co., house in 

brickyard 
Talbert Norbert, blacksmith, house 6 Portland 
Talbot Elizabeth, widow of James H., house North av.^ 

near Porter's Hotel 
Talbot Henry, laborer, house Jefferson, n. Warren 

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402 • CAMBRIDGE [X] DIRECTORY. 

Talbot James, sexton St. John's Memorial Chapel, and 

janitor Epis. Theo. Seminary, rooms 18 Lawrence Hall 
Talbot James, laborer, house 16 Vine 
Talbot James, laborer, house 9 Eighth 
Talbot James F., carpenter, house 1 Brooks 
Talbot John P., clerk J. A. Goodwin, bds. 195 North av. 
Talbot John W., foreman Walworth Mnfg. Co., 368 Main 
Talbot Joseph E., boards 9 Eighth 
Tallman Joseph W., mason, house 21 Cherry- 
Tarn plin James B., real estate dealer, (1 Pemberton sq., 

B.), house 25 Wendell 
Tarns Jubal, modeler and manuf. fancy earthenware, 11 

Harvey, house do. 
Tandy James, carpenter, house 12 William 
Tansey Thomas F., cooper, house 110 Gore 
Tapley Charles W., clerk (44 Pearl, B.), bds. 10 Amory 
Tapley Henry M., bookkeeper (66 Hanover, B.), house 10 

Amory 
Tarbell Adeline E., widow of George F., h. 77 Auburn 
Tarbell Mary A., teacher Willard primary school house 64 

Franklin 
Tarbell Wm. A., clerk (110 North, B.), house 64 Chestnut 
Tarbell Wm. G., sewing machine tables, h. 39 Magazine 
Tarbert Richard, truckman (B.), house 107 Green 
Tarbox John, watchman N. E. Glass Co., h. r. 102 Spring 
Tarbox Joseph K., house 69 Winsor 
Tasco Samuel E., laborer, house 77 Mt. Auburn 
Tate George T., clerk Gilman Bros., 222 North av., bds. 

Porter's Hotel 
Tates Charles W., glassmaker, house 40 Third 
Tatten John W., teamster, boards Third, near Broadway 
Taussig Chas. S., student Cambridge High school, rooms 

4 Mt. Auburn 
Tavares Julius, hairdresser, 125 Bridge, boards Gore 
Taylor Abbie S., teacher Otis primary school, h. 51 Fifth 
Taylor Addison H., carpenter, house 66 Putnam avenue 
Taylor Alvah H., clerk 286 North av., bds. 27 Coggswell 

avenue 
Taylor Charles, lawstudent, 53 Fourth, boards do. 
Taylor Charles B., house 855 Main 
Taylor David H., painter, house 197 Mt. Auburn 
Taylor Edward C., salesman, 537 Main, bds. 78 Columbia 
Taylor Edwin A., express driver, house 47 Mt. Auburn 
Taylor Elizabeth H. Mrs., house 8 Howard 
Taylor Frank B., teamster, house 24 Dunster 
Taylor Frank D., clerk (17 Treraont row, B.), boards 49 

Third 

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CAMBRIDGE [X] DIRECTORY. 403 

Taylor Frank J., dentist, 569 Main, boards 97 Austin 
Taylor Frederic W., student H. U., rooms 23 Stoughton 

Hall ■ [n. Ninth 

Taylor George H. (at Charlestown Navy yard), bds. Otis, 
Taylor Geo. Mendall, music teacher, house 46 Winthrop 
Taylor Hannah C, widow of Alexander G., h. 78 Columbia 
Taylor Ira, deputy sheriff and real estate agent, 573 Main, 

boards 55 Essex 
Taylor James V., architect (209 Washington, B.), house 

North avenue, opp. Waterhouse 
Taylor John B., physician, house 49 Third 
Taylor John R., bookkeeper, 103 Bridge, house 51 Fifth 
Taylor Joseph, tailor, house 11 Broadway 
Taylor J. Henry, lawyer (82 Water, B.), bds. J. Middle- 

by's Brattle 
Taylor Lewis H., laborer, house 15 Murdock 
Taylor Lewis S., expressman, boards 86 Winsor 
Taylor Oliver, house 27 Coggswell avenue 
Taylor Robert, hostler, house 9 Farwell place 
Taylor Samuel, house Otis, near Ninth 
Taylor Samuel A., engineer, house 139 Main 
Taylor Samuel A., japanner F. Draper & Co., Otis, boards 

S. Taylor's, Otis 
Taylor Simeon (Taylor & Haley), stoves, tinware, etc., 

525 Main,, house 5 Columbia 
Taylor Stephen A., carpenter, h. Regent, n. Porter's Hotel 
Taylor S. Hammond, milkman, house 8 Warland 
Taylor Thomas, porter (177 State, B.), house 31 Brewery 
Taylor Thomas, laborer, h. 21 Beaver, cor. DeWolf 
Taylor Thomas C, clerk (481 Washington, B.), house 57 

Mt. Auburn 
Taylor William, gardener, boards R.]Macdonald's, Hollis 
Taylor William A., constable and undertaker, 563 Main, 

house 68 Pleasant 
Taylor W. Cranston, marble, 82 Main and (102 Beverly, 

B.), house Washington av., head of Arlington 
Taylor William H., teamster, house 30 Hamilton 
Taylor Wm. J., paperhanger, 608 Main, h. 112 Magazine 
Taylor & Haley (Simeon Taylor and John H. Haley), 

stoves, tinware, <fcc, 525 Main 
Tayne Dennis, laborer, house 54 North 
Tayne Mary, widow of Timothy, house 32 North 
Tayne Michael, laborer, house 28 North 
Tayne Michael, jr., fireman E. R. R., house 28 North 
Teaffe John J., saloon, 19 Flagg, cor. Beaver, house do. 
Teague George M., salesman, 28 Central sq., h. 82-J- Green 
Teamoh Charles M., laborer, house 102 Harvard 

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404 CAMBRIDGE [X] DIRECTORY. 

Tearney Michael, laborer, house 47. Bolton 

Tearney William, carpenter, boards 47 Bolton 

Tebbetts A. W., printer, rooms 44 Brighton 

Teehan Peter, laborer, house 382 Cambridge 

Teel Albert James, carpenter, bds. Albert S. Teel's, rear 

North avenue 
Teel Albert S., carpenter, h. rear North av., near Tannery 
Teel Charles R., boards 88 Washington 
Teele Edward A., clerk Teele, Howe & Co., Main, opposite 

Winsor, boards 88 Washington [port 

Teele George E., produce dealer, bds. W. Teele's, Daven- 
Teele, Howe & Co. (Samuel P. Teele, David Howe and 

George Putney), bacon curers, Main, opp. Winsor 
Teele Samuel P. (Teele, Howe & Co.), bacon curer, Main, 

opp. Winsor, house 88 Washington 
Teele William, building mover, boards 77 Washington 
Teirell Horace, jobwagon, house 131 Pleasant 
Tellier Gasper, laborer, house 102 Main 
Tellier Ozier Miss, dressmaker, house 102 Main 
Temple John F., boards 3 Squire's court 
Temple John M., foreman cf -the yard at M. & H. Organ 

Co., 162 Broadway, house 129 Thorndike 
Templeton James M., clerk (69 F. H. Market, B.), house 

29 Front 
Templeton Martha, widow of John, house 42 North av. 
Tendler Maria Mrs., house 57 Pleasant 
Tennant John, shoemaker, 20 Brattle sq., bds. 21 Banks 
Tennant Maria Miss, washing, h. rear 1 Cowperthwait. 
Tenney Isabella B. Miss, teacher Thorndike grammar 

school, house at Winchester 
Tenney Warren E., hairdresser, 148 Harvard, bds. do. 
Terry Charles, laborer, house rear 350 Broadway 
Terry Gaston, laborer, boards rear 350 Broadway 
Terry George C, laborer, house 84 Harvard 
Terry Gilbert L., laborer, boards 41 Hampshire 
Terry Leander, laborer, boards rear 350 Broadway 
Terry Leander, jr., laborer, boards 125 Columbia 
Terry Matthew, laborer, house 125 Columbia 
Terry Matthew, jr., laborer, boards 125 Columbia 
Tex berry George, carpenter, boards Porter's Hotel 
Thain Mary E. Miss, dressmaker 58 Thorndike, house do. 
Thai Henry, sausagemaker, bds. Eighth, near Spring 
Thaxter Fannie P., widow of Warren, h. 542 Main 
Thayer A. S. Mrs., reporter, house 95 River 
Thayer Arnold, student H. U., rooms 717 Cambridge 
Thayer Arthur S., tuner M. & H. Organ Co. 
Thayer Benj. F., printer University Press, bds. 95 River 

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CAMBRIDGE [X] DIRECTORY. 405 

Thayer Cephas P., printer, house 12 Ash 
Thayer Daniel E., house 227 Broadway 
Thayer Farwell J. (J. H. & J. P. Thayer & Co.), painter 
and paper hanger, 658 and 660 Main, h. 22 Putnam 
avenue 
Thayer Henry f Henry Thayer & ?Co.), chemicals, 150 

Broadway, house 80 North avenue 
Thayer Henry & Co. (Henry Thayer, Francis D. Hardy, 
jr., and John P. Putnam), mnfg. pharmaceutists, 150 
Broadway 
Thaver James* B., royall prof, of law H. XL, h. 37 Quincy 
Thayer James H. (J. H. & J. P. Thayer & Co.), painter 
and paper hanger, 658 and 660 Main, house 14 Trow- 
bridge 
Thayer John A., student H. U., rooms 15 Sumner 
Thayer John A , machinist, house 95 River 
Thayer John E., machinist, house 4 Lake 
Thayer John E., machinist,, house 19 Fairmont 
Thaver Joseph F. G., printer, boards 95 River 
Thayer Joshua P. (J. H. & J. P. Thayer & Co.), painter 
and paper hanger, 658 and 660 Main, house 12 Trow- 
bridge 
THAYER J. H. & J. P. & CO. (James H., Joshua P., 
and Farwell J.), house, sign, and fancy painters and 
paper hangers, 658 and 660 Main 
Thaver Walter C, apothecary, 88 Cambridge, and 34 
Third, boards 159 Thorndike B.) 

The Blake Hose Co., 174 Broadway, office (151 Franklin, 
Thiery Charles L., watchcase maker (309 Washington, 

IS.), house Sidney, corner Chestnut 
Thiery Charles W., clerk (309 Washington, B.), boards 

Charles L. Thiery's, Sidney 
Thiery Wm. O., watchcase maker (309 Washington, B.), 

boards Charles L. Thiery's, Sidney 
Thiesfieldt Diedrich, cabinetmaker, house 15 Seventh 
Thing William B., cook Memorial Hall, rooms 31 Holyoke 
Tholander John, painter, house 121 Third 
Thomas Abram J., mastic roofer, h. 89 Brookline 
Thomas Charles, teamster, boards 1 Bristol 
Thomas Charles G., attorney (20 Court, rooms 16 and 17, 

B.), house 18 Appian way 
Thomas Frank R., traveling salesman (9 Commercial, B.), 

house 8 Dover 
Thomas Fred. W., teamster, house 35 Hampshire 
Thomas George, blacksmith, house 12 Fifth 
Thomas George, carpenter, house 65 Norfok 
Thomas George N., city missionary, boards 55 Elm 

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406 CAMBRIDGE [I] DIRECTORY. 

Thomas Hannah D. Mrs., house 8 Dover 

Thomas Isaac D., fly finisher M. & H. Organ Co., house 

55 Elm 
Thomas John, clerk, 288 Broadway, boards 84 Inman 
Thomas John H. W., key maker M. & H. Organ Co., bds. 

1 Bristol 
Thomas John N.. teamster, house 1 Bristol 
Thomas Maria, widow, house 6 Dinsmore court 
Thomas Spencer, cabinetmaker, boards 134 Thorndike 
Thomas William B., student H. XL, rooms 100 Mt. Auburn 
Thomas William E., traveling agent Geo. Woods & Co., 

house 27 Essex 
Thomas Zephaniah H., jr., shoe dealer (57 Hanover, B.),h. 

734 Main [Main 

Thomelius Christopher, cabinetmaker, h. 7 Rogers block, 
Thompson Alfred, glassmaker, boards 45 Cambridge 
Thompson Alfred J., at paper collar factory, 10 Arrow, 

house 14 Hayes court 
Thompson Arthur F., apoth., 161 Cambridge, b. at Boston 
Thompson Bridget, house rear 382 Cambridge 
Thompson Charles H., driver U. R. Co., h. 419 Cambridge 
Thompson Edgar R., expressman, boards 49 Essex 
Thompson Edward H., clerk registery of deeds, Court, 

House, house 49 Essex 
Thompson Edward T., house 49 Essex 
Thompson Frank P., glass decorator 1ST. E. Glass Co., h. 

at New Bedford 
Thompson Geo. A., clerk, 908 Main, rooms 54 Mt. Auburn 
Thompson George W., house 28 Fifth 
Thompson Henry, currier, house 7 Reed 
Thompson Jacob, furniture finisher, house 125)^ Spring 
Thompson Job B., clerk (Boston P. O.), bds. 28 Harrison 
Thompson John D., machinist, house 239 Franklin 
Thompson John K., casemaker M. & H. Organ Co., house 

rear 9 Tremont 
Thompson John W., painter, bds. 220 Harvard 
Thompson Joseph, marbleworker, house 9 Watson 
Thompson Joseph A., law student, bds. 50 Trowbridge 
Thompson Laurel G., carpenter, h. Holly av., n. Wyeth 
Thompson Lewis W., teamster, h. Distillhouse, n. Cam- 
bridge 
Thompson Louis H. (Wash., D. C), h. 28 Harrison 
Thompson Louisa L., widow of William V., h. 140 Otis 
Thompson Margaret Mrs., house 43 Charles 
Thompson Mary E., Kindergarten school, bds. 24 Mellen 
Thompson Matthew, peddler, house 133 Spring 
Thompson R., casemaker M. & H. Organ Co. 

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CAMBKIDGE [I] DIRECTORY. 407 

Thompson Suan R., cabinetmaker, house 46 Winter 
Thompson Talbot, mariner, house 41 Washington 
Thompson William, house 110 Winsor 
Thompson William A., engineer House of Correction, h. 

144K Spring 
Thompson William V., conveyancer (19 Court, B.), house 

140 Otis 
Thomson David, jr., traveling agent, house 31 Market 
Thomson Mary A., boardinghouse 181)^ Harvard 
Thornberry Honora, widow of Wilson, h. 169 Franklin 
Thorndike Edward, apothecary (1035 Washington, B.), 

house 15 Brookline 
Thornton James, laborer, house 55 Washington 
Thornton John H., hostler J. Pike, Main, opp. Pearl, house 

5 Cowperthwait 
Thornton Mary A., widow, house 32 Hastings 
Thorogood John G., printer Riverside, house 103 Allston 
Thorogood Peter J., printer, house 102 Putnam avenue 
Thorogood Peter M., carpenter, house 27 Hewes 
Thorogood Robert F., plumber, 651 Main, h. 33 Howard 
Thorp D. H., brassfinisher, 368 Main 
Thorp Olof, woodturner, house 67 Vine 
Thorp William, house 41 Brookline 
Thorson Robert cigarmaker, house 249 Broadway 
Thrasher Lewis B., carbuilder, house 45 Essex 
Thresher George P., clerk (15 Tremont row, B.), bds. 71 

Austin 
Thresher James M., dentist (132 Court, B.), h. 71 Austin 
Thurber John H., boilermaker, house junction Bridge and 

Cambridge 
Thurber John H. Mrs., dressmaker, junction Bridge and 

Cambridge, house do. [Boston 

Thurlin Fredericka Miss, clerk, 424 Harvard, boards at 
Thurston Abel L„ asst. supt. Cambridge Cemetery, house 

22 Lowell [32 do. 

Thurston Charles F. (Thurston, Hall & Co.), 33 Elm, h. 
Thurston Daniel H., (Thurston, Hall & Co.), cracker 

bakery, 33 Elm, house 179 Harvard [Lowell 

Thurston George Abel, at Cambridge Cemetery, bds. 22 
Thurston George A., builder, house 19 Irving 
THURSTON, HALL & CO. (Daniel H. Thurston, James 

H. Hall, Charles F. Thurston and James E. Hall), 

cracker bakery, 31 and 33 Elm (48 Long wharf, and 

8 Court square, B.) 
Thurston Henry W., engineer, h. rear 126 Thorndike 
THURSTON JAMES M., treasurer Cambridge Savings 

Bank, 2 Harvard row, house 23 Mellen 

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408 CAMBRIDGE [J] DIRECTORY. 

Thurston John C, bookkeeper W. T. Richardson, house 

467 Broadway 
Thurston John E., driver Thurston, Hall & Co., b. 32 Elm 
Thurston John H., bookkeeper Charles W. Sever, bds. 467 

Broadway [Lowell 

Thurston Leander, foreman Mt. Auburn Cemetery, h. 22 
Thurston Nathaniel L., teamster, house 39 Seventh 
Thurston Rufus L., music teacher, boards 22 Lowell 
Thwing Gardner H., house 119 Franklin 
Thwing James, wheelwright, 101 Green, house 103 do. 
Thwing James H., provisions, house 105 Green 
Thwing Jane Mrs., house 20 Front 
Tibbetts Charles, icecart driver, house foot of Harvey 
Tibbetts Charles, teamster, boards junction Bridge and 

Cambridge 
TIBBETTS GEORGE F., baker, North av., cor. Allen, 

house Elm, near Beech 
TIBBETTS GEORGE H., Centre House (Friend, cor. 

Washington, B.), house 28 Erie 
Tibbetts Mary A., widow of Win. S., h. 20 Mt. Auburn 
Tidd Martha R., widow of Paschal P., house 14 Park 
Tierney Catharine, widow of Patrick, house 45 Franklin 
Tierney Patrick T., printer, house 45 Franklin 
Tilden Almira E., widow of Eustis, boarding, 99 Mt. Au- 
burn, house do. 
Tillotson C. O., student Episcopal Theological school, 

rooms 14 Lawrence Hall 
TILTON BENJAMIN, president First National and 

Cambridgeport Savings Bank, house 33 Prospect 
Tilton Benjamin R., house 30 Inman 
Tilton Henry N., boards 33 Prospect 

Timmins John, plasterer, basement 508 Main, h. 50 Amory 
Timney Frank, teamster, boards 390 Main 
Timper Louis, finisher Doe & Hunnewell, h. 24 Eighth 
Tinker Richard H., cooper, house 70 Allston 
Tirrell Nancy Miss, tailoress, house 80 Thorndike 
Titus Charles H., milkman, boards 9 Kinnaird 
Titus John G., milkman, boards 43 Pleasant 
Titus Luther A., milkman, house 20 Howard 

Titus -, widow, house 13 Second 

Tobey B. Frank, apothecary, 288 North av., h. 7 Spruce 
Tobey Edward S., treasurer Russell Mills (54 Kilby, B.), 

and postmaster (P. O., B.), house 815 Main 
Tobey Edward S., jr., salesman (54 Kilby, B.), house 815 

Main 
Tobey Lucy W., widow, house 21 Antrim 
Tobey William H. A., clerk, 152 Harvard, h.r. 52 Winsor 



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CAMBRIDGE [J] DIRECTORY. 409 

Tobin James, cabinetmaker, house 70 Spring 

Tobin James A., bookkeeper (Summer, B.), boards 70 
Spring 

Tobin John, gardener, house 9 West 

Tobin Michael, laborer, house Willow place 

Tobin Richard, laborer, house 113 Third 

Tobin Richard F., molder, house 5 Winsor 

Tobin William, grocer, 423 Cambridge, house do. 

Todd Albert M., clerk Boston Rolling Mills, boards 339 
Broadway 

Todd James, laborer, house Harding, cor. Jefferson 

Toffey A. S. Mrs., house 14 Sumner 

Tolliver Thornton Mrs., house 54 Washington 

Tolliver Warren (James Wiggen & Co.), 22 Broadway, 
house at Boston 

Tolman Mary C. Mrs., house 5 Appian way 

Toner Barney Mrs., widow, house 14 Vine 

Toner Charles, mason, house 18 Union 

Toner James, house 49 Fifth 

•Toner James A., glassmaker, house 230 Bridge 

Toner John, house 102 Brookline 

Toner William, brushmaker, boards 49 Fifth 

Toohey Michael, machinist, 356 Main 

Toole James, boilerraaker, 92 Main, house 2 Hastings 

Toole Patrick O., shoemaker, 152 Third, house 152 do. 

Toomey Cornelius, laborer, 3 Hannum's block, house 114 
Broadway 

Toomey Dennis, grocer, 27 Gore, house 96 do. 

Toomey James, glassmaker, house 65 Vine 

Toomey Jeremiah, teamster, house 118 Broadway 

Toomey John, clerk, 9 Reed, boards do. 

Toomey John, laborer, house 233 Franklin 

Toomey John, laborer, house Ninth, near Cambridge 

Toomey Thomas, teamster, house 98 Fifth 

Toomey Mary, widow of John, house 34 Union 

Toomey William, teamster, boards 98 Fifth 

Tooson John, laborer, house 157 Winsor 

Topliff Calvin H. Rev., house 63 Cherry 

Torno Andrea (Pich & Torno), cabinetmaker, rear 382 
Main, house 57 Harvard 

Torrens William, woodturner, boards 390 Main 

Torrens William, woodturner, boards 40 Brookline 

Torrey Henry W., McLean professor of ancient and mod- 
ern history, H. U., house 20 Oxford 

Torry Lucy Miss, house 10 Plympton [White 

Torry Robert, Custom House officer (133 State, B.), h. 6 

Torry William, printer, house 7 Bow 

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410 CAMBRIDGE [X] DIRECTORY. 

Tosney Patrick, cooper, 138 Gore, boards at Chelsea 
Touchette Louis, carpenter, house 2 Harrison 
Touch ette Louis, jr., varnisher, boards 2 Harrison 
Tourtelle Sarah A., dressmaker, 54 Mt. Auburn, h. do. 
Tourtellott Elisha D., honeymaker, First, r. 34 Cambridge, 

boards 77 Thorndike 
Tower Elisha H., bookkeeper Wellington Bros., 5 Broad- 
way, boards at Lexington 
Tower Elizabeth B., widow of David B., h. 4 Buckingham 
Tower George B. N., civil and mechanical engineer, 402 

Main, house do. 
Tower George W., machinist, 368 Main, h. 108 Magazine 
Tower Levi, bookkeeper (16 Milk, B.), h. 7 Ellsworth av. 
Tower Lizzie A. Miss, teacher Reed primary school, bds. 

24 Follen 
Tower Luther, foreman, 139 Broadway, h. 36 Clark 
Tower Samuel G., patternmaker, house 24 Follen 
Tower Susan H., widow of Samuel, nurse, h. 92>£ Inman 
Tower Sylvester, pianoforte keymaker, 139 Broadway, h. 

17 Fayette 
Tower Weston S., organ actionmaker M. & H. Organ Co., 

house 51 Market 
Towl Elisha, shipper, 77 Main, house 247 Broadway 
Towle Daniel G., house 94 Prospect 
Towle Ebenezer, mason, h. Gault's block, 113 Pleasant 
Towle Mary E. Miss, teacher Webster grammar school, 

boards 58 Magazine 
Towle Michael, laborer, house 28 Winsor 
Towle Warren O., sawyer G. Woods & Co., h. 7 Lawrence 
Town George E., bookbinder Riverside, h. 13 Kinnaird 
Town Nathan, teamster, house 14 Leighton court 
Town Walter N"., cabinetmaker Braman, Shaw & Co., 

bds. 14 Leighton court 
Towne Augustus, druggist (30 India, B.), h. 417 Broadway 
Towne Edward O., boards 66 Prospect 
Towne Ezra, boards 105 Inman 

Towne George H., clerk (110 North, B.), bds. 77 Auburn 
Towne Horatio, watchmaker (444 Washington, B.), house 

78 Prospect 
Towne John, clerk (34 North, B.), bouse 66 Prospect 
Townes Edward, hostler, house 84 Webster av. 
Townsend Elbridge G., carpenter, h. 8 Central place 
Townsend Joseph F., pianomaker, house 8 Central place 
Townsend Michael, carpenter and stairbuilder, boards 13 

Eighth 
Toye Dennis, blacksmith A. J. Jones, h. 19 Dublin 
Toye Martin, blacksmith, 48 Spruce, house 52 do. 

Ladies' Straw and Felt O A HTC Pressed in new shapes, in the best manner, 
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CAMBRIDGE [T] DIRECTORY. 411 

Toye William, boilerraaker, boards D. Toye's, Dublin 

Tracy Bridget Mrs., house 172 Winsor 

Tracy Henry R. Mrs., house 34 Fairmont 

Tracy James, organmaker, boards 25 William 

Tracy James B., organ-actionmaker G. Woods & Co., h. 

25 William 
Tracy John, hostler H. K. Parsons & Co., h. Railroad 
Tracy Martin, carpenter, boards 27 Mt. Auburn 
Tracy Michael, laborer, boards 104 Sparks [do. 

Tracy Michael F., carpenter and builder, 21 Bowdoin, h. 
Tracy Patrick, laborer, house Harding, cor. Jefferson 
Tracy Richard G., blacksmith, 356 Main, h. 20 Green 
Tracy Thomas F., carpenter, boards 21 Bowdoin 
Train Edmund, flour and grain, 115 and 123 Bridge, h. 

99 Thorndike 
Train Edmund I., clerk, 115 Bridge, boards 99 Thorndike 
Trainer Catharine, widow of Thomas, house 25 Bow 
Trainer Frank, painter, house 436 Cambridge 
Trant James, laborer, house 132 Spruce 
Trask Charles A., salesman (42 Cornhill, B.), h. 10 Dover 
Trask Henry P., harnessmaker (195 Friend, B.), house 46 

Hamilton 
Trayner John F., britanniaworker, h. 163 Columbia 
Tread well James W., bookkeeper C4 Alden ct., B.), h. 

34 Clark 
Treat James E. (Treat & Richardson), organ manfr., 384 

Main, house at Boston 
Treat & Richardson (James E. Treat and John P. Rich- 
ardson), organ manufrs., 384 Main 
Trefethen John Y., clerk, 540 Main, house 21 Cherry 
Trefethen Thomas, tinman, house 3 Putnam av. 
Trefethen Thomas A., tinsmith, boards 9 Jay 
Trelegan Newey T., blacksmith, house 18 Clay 
Trelegan Richard T., brassfinisher, boards 18 Clay 
Trellegau Elizabeth, widow of Richard, bds. 1 Squire's ct. 
Trellegan Richard Wm., cooper, h. 1 Squire's ct. 
Tremble Catharine, widow, house 12 Walnut court 
Tribble Augustus, bookkeeper (6 Oliver, B.), house 6 

Worcester 
Tribou Galen, sonductor U. R. R., rooms 5 South 
Trickey George M., hostler, bds. 1 Pioneer av. 
Triggs Thomas, kerosene oildealer, house 118 Otis 
Trouvelot George, student, boards 99 Garden 
Trouvelot Leopold, draughtsman, house 99 Garden 
Trow Elizabeth, widow of Edward, h. 38 Brookline 
Trow Francis R., carpenter, house 18 Putnam a v. 
Trow Mary H. Miss, clerk, 660 Main, bds. 18 Putnam av. 

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412 CAMBRIDGE [X] DIRECTORY. 

Trowbridge John, asst. professor of physics H. XL, house 

13 Sumner 
Trowbridge Mary, widow of Edmund, h. Russell, n. Elm 
Trowbridge P. C. Rev., house 147 Pearl 
Trowbridge Stephen W., ins. agent (42 Congress, B.), h. 

Russell, near Elm 
Trowbridge William O., supt. M. & H. Organ Co., 162 

Broadway, h. at Newton 
Trowers Hugh, teamster, bds. M. Gallagher's, Harvey 
Troy James, tailor, house 2 Moore 
Troy Paul, driver, boards 213 Cambridge 
True George H. (H. K. Parsons & Co.), liverystable, 198 

North av., bds. Porter's Hotel 
True John, engineer, house Clifton, n. Jackson 
Truesdale Clark, carpenter, bds. 65 Mt. Auburn 
Trull George G., coalhod manuf. (7 Portland, B.), h. Lake 

View avenue, n. Huron 
Trumbull George C, treasurer North End Savings Bank 

(89 Court, B.), h. 14 Arlington 
Tryon Joseph, porkdealer (23 and 25 North, B.), house 

168 Brookline 
Tuck J., mason, boards 44 Second 
Tucker Charles B., brassmolder, house 26 Union 
Tucker Ebenezer Mrs., house DeWolf court 
Tucker Ebenezer, carriagepainter F. L. Chapman, house 

5 Revere 
Tucker Edward O., iron bedstead maker, h. 39 Elm 
Tucker Edward P. (67 Franklin, B.), h. 21 Inman 
Tucker George A., icecart driver, bds. 132 Franklin 
Tucker Joseph, laborer, house 35 Hastings 
Tucker Mary, widow of James, house 28 North 
Tucker Nathan, icedealer, 132 Franklin, bds. do. 
Tucker William E., foreman (99 Court, B.), boards Mrs. 

Ebenezer Tucker's, DeWolf court 
Tucker William T., carriagetrimmer, 4 Cambridge, boards 

at Boston [Broadway 

Tuckerman Catharine P., widow of Samuel C, house 421 
Tuckerman J. Willard, clerk (13 Chauncy, B.), boards 

421 Broadway 
Tuckerman Samuel C, boards 421 Broadway 
Tufts Charles, shoemaker, 14 Church, boards do. 
Tufts Charles, house 67 Prospect 
Tufts Eben T., 2d, painter, boards 149 Otis 
Tufts Francis H., painter, 149 Otis, house do. 
Tufts Frank H., jr., painter, boards 149 Otis 
Tufts George, upholsterer, boards 149 Otis 
Tufts George M., hatter (412 Wash., B.), h. 12 Fairmont 



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180 Tremont Street, Boston. 



CAMBRIDGE [T] DIRECTORY. 413 

Tufts Hiram W., hostler F. F. Stockwell, bds. 9 Walden 
Tufts John A., mason, house 83 Thorndike 
Tufts John A., jr., upholsterer, boards 83 Thorndike 
Tufts Joseph W., conductor IT. R. Co., house Elm, near 

Cambridge 
Tufts Samuel, jr., furniture and piano mover, office order 

box, 7 Harvard sq., house 890 Main 
Tufts Sarah, widow of Ebenezer T., h. 131 Cambridge 
Tuite Mary Ann, widow of Peter, house 15 Winter 
Tukey John D., teamster, house 125 Bridge 
Tulley Edward, hostler U. H. R. Co., h. r. 112 Broadway 
Tulley Patrick, hostler U. H. R. Co., house 271 Main 
Tumilty Michael, laborer, house 97 Kinnaird 
Tumilty Peter, teamster, house 98 Kinnaird 
Tupper James C, carpenter, 113 Broadway, house 232 do. 
Tupper Theodore, engineer, house 2 Fourth 
Tupper William T., watchcasemaker, bds. 232 Broadway 
Turck Frank, hairdresser, Lyceum building, Harvard sq., 

rooms 24 Church [Spruce 

Turcotte Aime, blacksmith Bay State brickyard, h. 150 
Turcotte Frank, blacksmith A. McDonald, h. at Belmont 
Turnbull George, carpenter (17 Blossom, B.), house 15 

Auburn court 
Turner Albert E. (A. E. Turner & Co.), coal, wood, etc., 

97 Main, house at Somerville 
Turner A. E. & Co. (Albert E. Turner), coal and wood, 

97 Main [Sacramento 

Turner Alfred T., jr., broker (103 Milk, B.), house 25 
Turner Andrew, cabinetmaker, boards 59 Harvard 
Turner Charles W., steward, house 9 Brewer 
Turner Charles William, waiter, Memorial Hall, rooms 

Holmes place [Antrim 

Turner Dwight M., organtuner M. & H. Organ Co., h. 48 
Turner Edward, bartender, 147 Bridge, boards 2 Short 
Turner Edwin, salesman W. S. Blanchard, East, house at 

Somerville 
Turner G-eorge A., machinist, house 17 State 
Turner Harriet Mrs., house 112 Columbia 
Turner Henry, coachman, rooms 5 West 
Turner Jeremiah C. printer, house Flagg, near Banks 
Turner Job A., jr. (Collins & Turner), brick manufac- 
turer, boards 60 Brattle 
Turner Joshua, springbedmaker, house 10 State 
Turner J. Emmons, organtuner M. & H. Organ Co., house 

13 Antrim 
Turner Luther, designer, boards 86 Prospect 
Turner, Mary, widow, house 56 Charles 

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414 CAMBRIDGE [T] DIRECTORY. 

Turner , widow, house 93 Sixth 

Turrill Thomas, laborer, house 23 Bay 

Turrill William G., printer, boards 67 Magazine 

Tute Edward P., clerk (B.), boards 108 Inman 

Tute Rensselaer, tea dealer (4 Chatham row, B.), house 

108 Inman 
Tuttle Freeman, carpenter, boards 25 Tuttle 
Tuttle Herbert A., clerk John A. Easton, East, boards at 

Lexington 
Tuttle Joseph P. S. Mrs., house 3 Willow place 
Tuttle Lydia, widow of Moses, house 25 Tuttle 
Tuttle Thomas, machinist, house 1 Broadway 
Tuttle William H., boots and shoes (Hanover, B.), house 

102 Magazine 
Tweed Benjamin F., supt. of schools (Charlestown), bds. 

332 Broadway 
Twickler Bernard, wheelwright, 37 Gore, bds. 38 Spring 
Twisden John W., clerk, 25 Central sq., boards 32 West- 
ern avenue 
Twist William, captain police station 2, house 38 Pearl 
Twist William H., clerk, 532 Main, house 7 Austin 
Twitchell George W., leather belting (57 Sudbury, B.), 

house 23 Bigelow 
Twohig Dennis, mason, house rear 20 Foster 
Twohig John, gardener, h. rear 20 Foster, n. Sparks 
Twombly Arthur W., machinist B. & L. R. R. shop, 

Bridge, house at Boston 
Twombly Douglass, student H. U., rooms 39 Brattle 
Twombly Fred. M., machinist B. & L. R. R. shop, Bridge, 

house at Boston 
Twombly William G, student H. U., rooms 39 Brattle 
Twombly William L. D., student H. U., rooms 100 Mt. 

Auburn 
Tyler Asa, bootmaker (21 Cornhill, B.), h. 28 Sixth 
Tyler Daniel G. (E. & F. King & Co.), paints, etc. (26 

India, B.), bds. L. Marrett's, Highland avenue 
Tyler Frank C., teamster, house 39 Tremont 
Tyler Henry M., police, station 1, house Avon place 
Tyler John F., student H. U., rooms 11 Shepard 
Tyler John M., coal (75 State, B.), house 13 Shepard 
Tyler Joseph H., register of probate and insolvency, office 

Court House (East Cambridge), and pres. Cambridge 

Railway Co., Harvard sq., h. at Winchester 
Tyler William F., woodturner, house 225 Broadway 
Tynes Timothy, waiter, house 166 Hampshire 
Tyng Catherine M., widow of Dudley, house 12 Mason 
Tyng James A., student H. U., boards 12 Mason 

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CAMBRIDGE [U"V] DIRECTORY. 415 

Tyng Stephen H., boards 12 Mason 

Tyng Theodosius S., pastor St. James Episcopal church, 
house 5 White 

UHRIG JOSEPH, proprietor of Prospect House, 594, 

596, and 598 Main, house do. 
Ulmer George, cooper, house 127 Thorndike 
Ultsch John B., soapmaker house 182 Broadway 
Umbehend Amos, saloon, 514 Main, house do. 
Umbehend Catherine, widow of John, house 514 Main 
Umbehend John, varnisher, boards 167 Thorndike 
Umberhand Frederick, brushmaker, house 24 Carson 
Underwood George, house 3 Brooks 
Underwood Nathan, milkman, house 34 Magazine 
Underwood Peter, grocer, 39 Cedar, h. 290 North av. 
Underwood William, organ polisher, boards 6 Green 
Underwood William H., pocketbook maker, 456 and 457 

Main, house 11 Front 
Underwood William H., organ finisher G. Woods & Co., 

house 6 Green 
Union Monumental Marble Works, Mt. Auburn, opposite 

Elmwood avenue [Cambridge 

Union Machine and Foundry Co., E. A. Hill, agent, 58 
Union Railway Co., James W. Emery, pres., Frederick 

T. Stevens, secretary and treasurer, office, Harvard sq. 
University Press, Welch, Bigelow & Co., Brattle sq. 
Upham Catherine Miss, house 17 Kirkland 
Upham George B., law student, rooms 465 Broadway 
UPHAM HARRY T., clerk Cambridge Mutual Fire In- 
surance Co., 555 Main, boards 2 Lamson place 
Upham Thomas, house 19 Irving 
Upham Thomas A., mechanician (17 Harvard pi., B.), h. 

2 Lamson place, Essex 
Upham William, carpenter, house 49 Elm 
Usakowsky Alexander, cabinetmaker, bds. 29 Sixth 
Usher William P., compositor, house 11 Hancock 

VALENTINE JAMES A., sexton, boards 7 West 
Valentine Jones, clerk College wharf, h. 30 Holyoke 
Valentine Mary J., clerk, 103 Cambridge, boards Sixth, 

corner Charles 
Valentine Samuel W., house 38 Holyoke 
Valiquet Louis S., boots and shoes, 118 Cambridge, h. at 

Somerville 
Vallee A. C, bookbinder Riverside, boards 45 Blackstone 
Vallely Arthur, laborer, house Porter, near Warren 
Vallely Arthur L., ironroller, bds. A. Vallely's, Porter 

IMPORTED GOODS, ^ T »S£*,E£? e '' 430 Harvard St. 



416 CAMBRIDGE [Y] DIRECTORY. 

Vallely John P., currier, boards A. Vallely's, Porter 
Valler Simeon, laborer, house 218 Broadway 
Valley Peter B., laborer, 69 Main, house 40 Broadway 
VanBeveran Charles, wood carver, boards 114 Spring 
Vance Samuel, agent Builders' Foundry Co., Sixth, cor. 

Potter, house Pearl, near Franklin 
Vandervoort John E., ornamenter, house 75 Magazine 
Vandine Henry, nurseries, Plymouth, cor. Winsor, h. do. 
VanDuzee Orville, ironmolder, house 79 Hastings 
Valencia Jacob, cigarmaker, house 5 Rollins court 
Van Putten John, cabinetmaker at Geldowsky's, house 

160 Otis 
Van Rees Nicholas, sandpaperer, house 160 Otis 
Vanstry Augustus, cabinetmaker, h. 23 Sidney 
Vanstry Augustus, jr., carver, 77 Main, bds. 23 Sidney 
Vanstry Ferdinand Mrs., h. Ninth, near Cambridge 
Van Vleck Balfour H., student Museum Comparitive 

Zoology, rooms 1 Zoological Hall 
Varney H. Estelle, teacher Shepard grammar school, bds. 

at Watertown 
Vary Victor, cook, boards 19 Winter 
Vaughan A. Abbot, oils (42 India, B.), h. 21 Berkeley 
Vaughan Benjamin, commission merchant (42 India, B.), 

house 24 Concord avenue 
Vaughan Charles, house 21 Berkerley 
Vaughan Charles E., physician, 8 Garden, house do. 
Vaughan Francis W., librarian social law library (14 

Court House, B.), boards 21 Berkerley 
Vaughan Michael, laborer, house 28 Bolton 
Vaughan William M., house 2 Craigie 
Vaughan William W. (53 Tremont, B.), bds. 2 Craigie 
Vaupel Louis, glass engraver, house 124 Thorndike 
Veazie Emma F. Miss, teacher Washington grammar 

school, boards 27 Trowbridge 
Veit George, currier, boards G. Mack's, Tannery 
Venables George, laborer, boards 189 Franklin 
Venner Henry, casemaker M. & H. Organ Co. [Union 
Venner John T., fly finisher M. & H. Organ Co., h. 12 
Venner William, casemaker M. & H. Organ Co., house 

99 Washington 
Venter Charles E., jeweler (41 Hanover, B.), h. 2, rear 41 

Norfolk 
Venter John E., furrier (16 Milk, B.), house 55 Moore 
Verbrake Charles, peddler, boards 3 Fifth 
Verity John S. (Sargent & Verity), grocer, 171 Main, h. 

8 Broadway 
Verity Walter S., clerk 171 Main, boards 8 Broadway 



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CAMBRIDGE [W] DIRECTORY. 417 

. 

Verkampen Arnold, coppersmith, h. 146 Thorndike 
Vialle Samuel S., house 6 Wright 

Viokers George H., brassfinisher 368 Main, h. 8 Winter 
Vickery Frank C, clerk (B.), boards 6 Upton 
Vickery William J., carpenter, house 6 Upton 
Victory John, stucco worker, h. 6 Roger's block, Main 
Vigneron Dominic, glasscutter, boards 83 Fifth 
Vigneron John, glass cutter, house 83 Fifth 
Viilemaire Ovid, tinsmith, 135 Main, house 137 do. 
Vinal Albert, house 325 Harvard 
Vinal Charles A., shoe manufacturers' goods, (45 High, 

B.), boards 325 Harvard 
Vinal Frederick, clerk (23 Obis, B.), h. 4 Austin place 
Vining Caroline M. Mrs., house 17 Austin 
Vining John E. Mrs., house rear 81 Oxford 
Vinton George, house 14 Worcester 
Voeselle Joseph, tinsmith (B.), house 35 Bolton 
Voeselle Theodore, carriage finisher, house 111 Dublin 
Vogel Julius, blacksmith, 70 Brighton, house 29 Dunster 
Vogel William, currier, house 70 Sacramento 
Vogl Adolph, clerk (517 Wash. B.), h. 81 Thorndike 
Voit William, brassfinisher F. Draper & Co., Otis, house 

rear 175 Bridge 
Vollbroeht Henry, designer F. Geldowsky, h. 61 Third 
Volk Henry, shoemaker, 11 Harvard row, boards 214 

Green 
Vollintine Sally, widow of Thomas, house 10 Upton 
Vollintine Thomas, clerk (69 Pearl, B.), bds. 10 Upton 
Voye William, helper in boiler shop, bds. 24 Harvard 

WADDELL JOHN", carpenter, house 133 Brookline 

Wadden Matthew, cooper, house 125 Hampshire 

Wade Asa, flour inspector (186 State, B.), house 301 

Broadway 
Wade George F., clerk (45 Merchants row, B.), boards 

Henry C. Rand's, Elm 
Wade Henry F., bookkeeper (186 State, B.), h. 6 Tremont 
Wade J. Augustine, superintendent Cambridgeport Dia- 
ry Co., house 16 Forest 
Wade Rufus R., postmaster E. Cambridge, h. 71 Thorndike 
Wadleigh Andrew P., molder, house 12 Pearl 
W adman Theophilus G., proofreader (34 School, B.), h. 

Elm, corner Russell 
Wads worth Edward I. (E. I. Wadsworth & Co.), provis- 

sions, 432 Cambridge, house do. 
Wadsworth E. I. & Co. (Edward I. Wadsworth), provi- 
sions, 432 Cambridge 



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418 CAMBRIDGE [^f] DIRECTORY. 

WADSWORTH GORDON H., grocer, 2 Brewer's blk., 

Brattle sq., house 5 Brewer 
Wahlgren Frithrot, cabinetmaker, 77 Main, house at 

Somerville 
Waigle Francis J., cabinetmaker, h. 128 Gore 
"Wain Thomas, boilermaker, house 26 Eighth 
Wait Charles, house 21 Pine 
Wait John B., grocer, 345 Cambridge, house do. 
Wait John L., machinist, house 67 Vine 
Waite Edward O., landscape photographer, boards 108 

Magazine 
Waitt Andrew S., supt. College buildings, house 18 Ash 
WAITT FREEMAN C, express, 195 Broadway, and 

(35 Brattle, B.), house 35 Cottage 
Waitt Sarah B. Miss, teacher Dunster primary school, 

boards 25 Tuttle 
Wakefield Aaron T., ironmolder, house rear 76 Pearl 
Wakefield Alley T., student H. XL, rooms 842 Main 
Wakefield Daniel K., baker (55 Causeway, B.), house 74 

Washington 
Wakefield Enoch H., real estate broker (209 Wash., B.), 

house Main, cor. Putnam avenue 
Wakefield James H., cabinetmaker T. B. Wentworth 
Wakeham Samuel, painter, and boardinghouse, 383 Main, 

house do. 
Walcott Chas. F., lawyer (39 Court, B.), h. 5 Lake View av. 
Walcott Henry P., physician, Waterhouse, near North av., 

house do. 
Waldron John D., receiver Union Railroad Co., Harvard 

square, rooms 28 Holyoke [Essex 

Waldron John Q. A., bookkeeper (29 Com'l, B.), h. 37 
Wales Helen A. Mrs., dressmaker, house 14 Sacramento 
Walker Albert, clerk, boards 59 Fifth 
Walker Albert J., tuner M. & H. Organ Co., h. at Salem 
Walker Ann E., widow, boards 35 Pleasant 
Walker Augustine E., civilengineer, 603 Main, boards 16 

Wendell » 

Walker Bryant, gardener, house 54 Brattle 
Walker Charles, superintendent Riverside Press, house 

Western av., cor. Kinnaird 
Walker Charles E., teamster, bds. Austin, cor. Norfolk 
Walker Charles H., Union Carpet Co. (Charles, corner 

Cambridge, B.), h. 110 Pearl 
Walker Charles T., auctioneer (8 and 10 East, B.), house 

293 Harvard 
Walker Edmund W., canvasser, boards 4 Elmer 
Walker George W., car-conductor, house 19 Franklin 

Velvets, Laces I Ribbons, '- *l 5nS5S»&r- 



CAMBRIDGE \y?] DIRECTORY. 4 19 

Walker Henry C, painter, bds. Hampshire, cor. Prospect 
Walker Henry O. (41 So. Market, B.), bds. 31 Western av. 
Walker James, waiter Memorial Hall, rooms Holmes pi. 
Walker James D., waiter Memorial Hall, rooms Holmes pi. 
Walker James G. (37^ Merchants row, B.), house Elm, 

near Beech 
Walker John, bookbinder, house 13 Norfolk 
Walker John, foreman Theo. Downing, h. at Medford 
Walker John, carpenter, house 3 Elmer 
Walker John E., printer Riverside, bds. 27 Hewes 
Walker John H., bookbinder, house 5 Warland 
Walker John H., driver steam fire engine 2, h. 429 Main 
Walker John W., builder, house 4 Elmer 
Walker John W., route agent F. R. R., h. 35 Pleasant 
Walker Joseph H. Mrs., house 16 Wendell 
Walker Lewis F., jeweler (7 Green, B.), house 8 Cherry 
Walker Marcellus, boots and shoes, house 22 Bigelow 
Walker Nicholas M., carpenter, house 4 Elmer 
Walker Parker, regulator M. & H. Organ Co., h. at Salem 
Walker Richard, gardener, house 255 Mt. Auburn 
Walker Samuel, tailor, 49 Cambridge, house 53 do. 
Walker Thomas O., blankbooks, stationery and circulat- 
ing library (No. 2 (A.) Hamilton pi., B.), house 31 
Western avenue 
Walker Weston W., grocer, 621 Main, h. 211 Harvard 
Walker William C, coffinmaker, h. Hampshire, c. Prospect 
Walkling Frederick L., die-maker, h. 162 Cambridge 
Wall Charlotte, widow of Edmund, house 12 Brewer 
Wall Joseph, tinsmith, boards 41 Blackstone 
Wall William, carriagesmith, house 36 Harvard 
Wallace Ann Mrs., house 1 Lechmere place 
Wallace Charles O., carpenter, house Sceva place 
Wallace John, laborer, house 22 North 
Wallace Martha A., widow of James P., jr., h. 31 Ash 
Wallace Matthew, carpenter, house 27 Third 
Wallace Michael C, stonecutter, 45 Main, boards 163 

Broadway 
Wallace Richard, teamster, house 1 Dickinson 
Wallace Thomas G., boxmaker, boards 54 Hastings 
Wallace William E., carpenter, boards 33 Hewes 
Wallace Wm. E., lawstudent H. U., rooms 727 Cambridge 
Waller John A. (Benson & Waller), hairdresser, 117 

Cambridge, house do. 
Walling Henry F., topographical engineer and map pub- 
lisher (102 Chauncy, B.), h. 98 Trowbridge 
Walsh Edmund, physician, house 145 Cambridge 
Walsh Edward, gardener, house 19 Sparks st. place 

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420 CAMBRIDGE ["\/\T] DIRECTORY. ' 

Walsh Frederick, boards Ninth, corner Otis 
Walsh Florence, gardener, house Foster, cor. Sparks 
Walsh James, liquors (112 Merrimac, B.), h. 10 Broadway- 
Walsh John, boilermaker B. L. & N. R. R., h. 75 Third 
Walsh John, boards 19 Sparks st. place 
Walsh John, currier, h. Rice, corner Spruce 
Walsh Patrick, printer, boards 82 River 
Walsh Patrick, teamster, house 8 Walnut court 
Walsh Patrick T., grocer, 49 Reed, house do. 
Walsh Peter, laborer, house Blair pi., n. Bolton 
Walsh Thomas, laborer, house 150 Charles 
Walsh Thos., blacksmith, 228 Third, h. at Charlestown 

Walsh , widow, house 33 Carson 

Walters John T., molder, house 36 Washington 
Walters Richard, laborer, house 36 Washington 
Walters William F., springbed maker, bds. 36 Wash. 
Walton Harriet L. Mrs., house 26 Mt. Auburn 
Walton Nathan S., boards 26 Mt. Auburn 
Walton Milton L., real estate and insurance agent, and 

treasurer North av. Savings Bank, h. Avon place, off 

Avon Hill street 
Walton Wm., glassblower N. E. Glass Co., house Third, 

c. Winter 
Walworth John D., clerk Walworth Manfg. Co., 368 

Main, h. 518 do. 
WALWORTH MANUFACTURING CO., 368 Main, 

office (69 Kilby, B.) [Hall 

Wambaugh Eugene M., student H. U., rooms 38 Divinity 
Wannemacher H. J. Mrs., house 110 Prospect 
Ward Andrew A. (Parker & Ward), hay and grain, 240 

Main, house 51 Erie 
Ward Andrew W., blacksmith F. Ivers, h. at Waltham 
Ward Anthony, currier, boards 366 North av. 
Ward Anthony, offal collector, bds. T. Mansfield's, Tannery 
Ward Arthur, boards 56 River 
Ward Bernard, baker, house 66 Hastings 
Ward Charles H., gold and stock broker (3 Congress sq., 

B.), house 34 Putnam avenue 
Ward Edward, cigarmaker, house Willow place 
Ward Edward, teamster, 69 Main, boards 141 Elm 
Ward Edward A., house 71 Dana 
Ward Edward W., laborer, boards 141 Elm 
Ward Francis, shipper Reversible Collar Co., 10 Arrow, 

house 7 Cowperthwait 
Ward George C, student H. U., rooms 49 Linnaean 
Ward Hannah M., widow, house 141 Elm 
Ward Helen J. Mrs., private school, 26 Bigelow, house do. 



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CAMBRIDGE [W] DIRECTORY. 421 

Ward Helen M., teacher Harvard primary school, bds. 14 

Dana [14 Dana 

Ward Henry B., realestate agent (2 Court sq., B.), house 
Ward Isaac *N., keyboardmaker, 139 Broadway, house^O 

Harrison 
Ward Joanna, widow, house 89 Gore 
Ward John, laborer, house 179 Dublin 
Ward John, laborer, house Hunting 
Ward John E., laborer, house 41 Washington 
Ward John F., inspector Gas Co., house 12 Appian way 
Ward Joshua F., house 121 Magazine 
Ward Margaret, widow, house 66 Hastings 
Ward Mary A. Mrs., dry and fancy goods, 146 Harvard, 

boards 68 Hastings 
Ward Mary M., dressmaker, board 27 Pleasant 
Ward Richard, house 49 Linnsean 
Ward Roland, carpenter, house 420 Cambridge 
Ward Samuel, house 56 River 
Ward Samuel, jr., carriage painter, house 11 Jay 
Ward Samuel L., paper hanger (53 Union, B.), house 26 

Prospect 
Ward Thomas, laborer, house 11 Carson 
Ward W. Austin, boards 69 Magazine 
Ward William, gardener, house 198 Hampshire 
Ward William H., pressman Welch, Bigelow & Co., house 

15 Charles River 
Ward Winthrop A. (Ward & Blood), carriage manufac- 

facturer, 244 and 246 Main, house 69 Magazine 
Ward & Blood (Winthrop A. Ward and Albert S. Blood), 

carriages, sleighs, harnesses, etc., 244 and 246 Main 
Wardwell Joseph W., teamster, house 369 Main 
Wardwell Walter C, salesman (27 Essex, B.), boards 21 

North avenue f 

Ware Charles, student H. U., boards 55 North avenue 
Ware Emily Miss, asst. matron Almshouse, boards do. 
Ware Henry, at Public Library (45 Bolyston, B.), house 

8 Berkeley 
Ware Louisa L. Miss, house 7 Waterhouse 
Ware Mary H. Miss, house 7 Waterhouse [bia 

Ware Wesley, organmaker G. Woods & Co., h. 32 Colum- 
Ware William F., boot and shoe maker, house 36 Ellery 
Warfield Henry, proofreader, house 18 Magazine 
Warland Edward M., bookkeeper (42 India, B.), house 

Felton, near Cambridge 
Warland William, clergyman, house 81 Brattle 
Warner Caleb H., vice president National Bank of Com- 
merce (9 Sears building, B.), house 336 Harvard 

X IWd ILJlflU Wi DOhSKIrlS, 430 Harvard. St.. Cambridge. 



422 CAMBRIDGE [W] DIRECTORY. 

Warner George J., teamster, house rear 67 Pearl 
Warner John, laborer, boards 301 Cambridge 
Warner Joseph B., lawyer (61 Court, B.), b. 336 Harvard 
A^*arner William M., blacking manuf., White n. Elm, bds. 

Porter's Hotel 
Warner William P., boards 336 Harvard 
Warnick Catherine, widow of William, h. rear 16 Winter 
Warnick Wm., fireman L. R. R., house rear 16 Winter 
Warnock James, clerk, house 6 Cherry 
Warnock Wm., groceries and provisions, 77 Pearl, h. do. 
Warnock Wm. H., bookkeeper, 37 Clark, house 23 Fifth 
Warp Abraham, laborer, house Bristol 
Warren A. H. H., bookbinder, 7 Brattle, rooms 854)^ 

Main 
Warren Charles E., expressdriver, house 45 Pearl 
Warren George F., boards rear 56 Franklin 
WARREN GEORGE K, photographer, 563 Main, and 

(465 Washington, B.), house Norfolk, cor. Austin 
Warren Henry C, student H. U., rooms 62 Brattle 
Warren James, drawtender B. & M. R. R., house 59 North 
Warren John, teamster, house 12 Third 
Warren John B., house Norfolk, corner Austin 
Warren Peter, fly finisher M. & H. Organ Co., house at 

Winchester 
Warren Rufus, wholesale boot and shoe dealer (164 Con- 
gress, B.), house 688 Main 
Warren Timothy, laborer, house 59 North 
Warren William, cabinetmaker, house rear 56 Franklin 
Warren William F. Rev., house 343j^ Broadway 
Warshauer Julius, traveling agent, house 13 Pine 
Washburn Alfred F., boards 28 Quincy 
Washburn Alfred J., woodturner M. & H. Organ Co., h. 

Brewery, corner Main 
Washburn Charles W., carriagemaker, h. North avenue, 

corner Beech 
Washburn Emory, Bussey prof, of law H. U., h. 28 Quincy 
Washburn George M., teamster, house 164 Gore 
Wason Robert B., grocer (61 Chatham, B.), boards N. 

Carr's, Shawmut avenue [Auburn 

Waterhouse Frank S., law student H. IT., rooms 158 Mt. 
Waterman Emma Mrs., house 21 Suffolk 
Waterman Isabella Mrs., house 7 Suffolk 
Waterman James H., bookbinder Riverside, house 20 

Walnut place 
Waters Alice, widow, boards 12 Bath 
Waters Isaac G., picture stock (10 Canal, B.), house 

9 Lambert avenue 

SIIiKS, CRAPES, and Bonnet TRIMMINGS of all kinds. 
• (H^ 5 * J. B. CROMACK, 26 Temple Place, BOSTON. 



CAMBRIDGE [W] DIRECTORY. 423 

Waters John, laborer, house Lilac court 

Waters Patrick, laborer, house 184 Bridge 

Waters Patrick X, clerk (571 Wash., B.), h. 121 Spring 

Waters Patrick J., printer, boards 38 Brighton 

Waters William, glassblower, boards 214 Bridge 

Waters William C., boards 28 Lee 

Watkins Ira, sectionhand, house 12 Putnam avenue 

Watriss A. Whiting (Fuller & Watriss), hardware, etc., 

605 Main, boards 615 do. 
Watriss Sarah W., widow of Oliver W., house 615 Main 
Watson Alexander J., harnessmaker, 282 Broadway, bds. 

390 Main 
Watson Andrew, carpenter, boards 179 Bridge 
Watson Hattie W., dressmaker, boards 137 Hampshire 
Watson James, clerk Riverside Press, boards Prospect 

House 598 Main 
Watson John C, broker (24 Congress sq., B.), house 386 

Harvard 
Watson John F., bookbinder, house 71^ Western av. 
Watson Joseph, woodturner (Wareham, B.), h. 51 Fourth 
Watson Lewis W., carriagepainter, bds. 101 Tremont 
Watson Robert, teamster, house 78 Brighton 
Watson Rosina C, widow of Justus D., h. 39 Pleasant 
Watson Sereno, curator of the Herbarium Botanic Gar- 
den, boards 13 Wallace 
Watson William W., carpenter, h. rear 101 Tremont 
Watt William, machinist, 368 Main, house 65 Cherry- 
Watts Benjamin S., painter, rooms 17 Brown 
Watts Catherine M., widow of Lawrence B., h. 115 Spring 
Watts Frederick J., liquors and tobacco, junction, Brattle, 

and Brighton, boards 31 Bow 
Watts Mary E., widow of Robert H., house 31 Bow 
Waugh Charles (W. A. W augh & Co.), carriagesmith, 

442 and 444 Main, house 122 Pearl 
Waugh Daniel, house 10 Green 
Waugh William A. ( W. A. Waugh & Co.), carriagesmith, 

442 and 444 Main, house 122 Pearl 
Waugh Wm. A. & Co. (William A. and Charles Waugh), 

carriagesmiths, 442 and 444 Main 
Waymouth George, boards 304 Harvard 
Wearhley Florence, dairyman, house 86 Allston 
Weaver John, laborer, house 99 Gore 
Weaver Susan R., widow of Wm. H., h. 255 Broadway 
Weaver William J., carpenter, h. Rogers blk., Brewery 
Webb Abbie M. Miss, teacher Washington grammar 

school, boards 153^ Wallace 
Webb James, waiter Memorial Hall, rooms Holmes pi. 

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424 CAMBRIDGE [W] DIRECTORY. 

"Webb Marianne M., teacher Holmes primary school, bds. 

15& Wallace 
Webb Matthew, laborer, house 74 Harvard 
Webb Michael, house 153^ Wallace 
WEBB WILLIAM W., carriage repository, 187 to 191 

North av., manufactory, Cedar, opposite Union Car 

stable, house Teuney, near Elm 
Webber Aaron D., boards 87 Norfolk 
Webber A Carter, physician, 771 Main, house do. 
Webber Charles E., teamster, house 449^ Main 
Webber Edwin F., organtuner M. & H. Organ Co., house 

59 Essex 
Webber Frank O., medical student H. U., bds. 771 Main 
Webber Harrison, roofer, house 56 Fairmont 
Webber Henry, boot and shoemaker, 80 Pleasant, house 

24 Walnut court 
WEBBER JOHN H., architect, real estate and insurance 

agent, 608 Main, house 26 Brookline 
Webber Oliver H., apothecary, 591 Main, h. 8 Warland 
Webber Sarah B., widow, house Frisbie place 
Webber William A., tuner M. & H. Organ Co., house at 

Medford 
Webber William L., nurse, house 10 Warland 
Weber Anselm, bootmaker, 212 Cambridge, house do. 
Weber George, lager beer saloon, 214 Cambridge, h. do. 
Webster Daniel, laborer, house 33 Washington 
Webster Francis B., house 20 Maple avenue 
Webster Henry S., law student H. U., rooms 30 Wendell 
Webster Nathan, house 9 Sumner 
Webster Theodore B., carpenter, house 46 Second 
Webster William F., cement manufacturer, 247 Main, h. 

56 Putnam avenue 
Weeks Clinton DeWit, vinegarmaker, 82 Green 
Weeks Frederick S., printer, rooms 33 Bow 
Weeks Frederick T., clerk, 610 Main, bds. 7 Franklin 
Weeks Joseph, stereotyper Riverside, house 23 Rockwell 
Weeks Mary E., widow of Emmet, house 13 Rockwell 
Wegner Emily, widow of Rudolph E., house 67 Vine 
Weiandt Joseph, varnisher M. & H. Organ Co., house 

214 Cambridge 
Weinhold Henry, woodturner, house 39 Charles 
Weinschenk Gustave, compositor, house 1 Revere 
Weiss John, upholsterer, boards 109 Gore 
WEITZE ROBERT, sausage maker and provisions, 

Thorndike, cor. Eighth, h. Spring, cor. Eighth 
Welch Bernard, laborer, house rear 125 Gore 

CDDINP DmC of ail kinds, and best Bancroft & Boyden, 

OrnmU DlUO CURLED HAIR MATTRESSES, ISO TREMONT ST. 



CAMBRIDGE [W] DIRECTORY. 425 

Welch, Bigelow & Co. (Marshall T. Bigelow), University 
Press, printers, electrotypers, and stereotypers, Brat- 
tle square 
Welch Daniel, junk, boards rear 56 Charles 
Welch Daniel, laborer, house 6 Gore 
Welch Daniel, laborer, house Hunting, near Porter 
Welch Daniel J., currier, house 157 Franklin 
Welch David, laborer, house Jefferson, near Warren 
Welch Edward, plasterer, house 45 Sargent 
Welch JEdward, house 193 Norfolk 
Welch Elizabeth, widow of David, h. 123 Webster av. 
Welch E. Baker, telegraph instrument maker (30 Hano- 
ver, B.), house 823 Main 
Welch Frank, clerk (B.), house 192 Norfolk 
Welch Frank M., bookkeeper, boards 127 Norfolk 
Welch Hannah, widow of Benjamin, h. 127 Norfolk 
Welch Honora, widow of Patrick, house 26 Sparks 
Welch James, gatetender B. & L. R. R., h. 53 Bridge 
Welch James, butcher, house Hunting 
Welch James, laborer, boards 194 Dublin 
Welch Jefferson F., machinist, boards 102 Third 
Welch Jeremiah, currier, house 39 Rice [ville 

Welch John, charcoal teamster, 103 Bridge, h. at Somer- 
Welch John, junk, house rear 56 Charles 
Welch John, laborer, house rear 115 Pleasant 
Welch John, latorer, house 12 Conlon's court 
Welch John, laborer, house McCabe, near Cambridge 
Welch John A., teamster, house 161 Thorndike 
Welch Julia F., widow, house 52 Washington 
Welch J. E., machinist, 368 Main 
Welch Mary H., widow of Hiram, house 113 Otis 
Welch Maurice, foreman Wadsworth, Sawyer & Co., h. 

102 Third 
Welch Maurice, jr., laborer, boards 102 Third 
Welch Michael, foreman marble shop A. McDonald, house 

McDonald 
Welch Michael, coachman, boards 31 North avenue 
Welch Michael, laborer, house 12 Third 
Welch Michael, laborer, house 105 Webster avenue 
Welch Morris, carpenter, house 55 Cedar 
Welch Oliver, machinist (65 Pitts, B.), h. 57 Spring 
Welch Patrick^ currier, house 150 Green 
Welch Richard, laborer, house 132 Webster avenue 
Welch Richard R., bookbinder, h. 18 Putnam avenue 
Welch Robert, laborer, house 118 Dublin 
Welch Thomas, laborer, house 129 Webster avenue 
Welch Thomas, teamster, boards 45 Sargent 

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426 CAMBRIDGE [W] DIRECTORY. 

Welch Thomas, laborer, house 88 North avenue 

Welch William, hostler J. Pike, Main, opp. Pearl, boards 
3 Suffolk 

Welch William, collarmaker, house 20 Harvard 

Welch William, laborer, house Jackson, near Spruce 

Welch & Co. (Marshall T. Bigelow and Chas. J. Little), 
bookbinders, Brattle square 

Weld John C, carpenter, house 3 James 

Weld John C. Mrs. (Misses Fowler), dressmaker, Har- 
vard square, house 3 James 

Welles Alfred, clerk, Revere Sugar Regnery, boards at 
Boston 

Wellington Ada H., teacher Harvard grammar school, 
room 7, boards 5 Amory place 

Wellington Alfred H., clerk H. Wellington & Co., Bridge, 
house at Chariest own 

Wellington Augustus, boards 27 Second 

Wellington Austin C. (Wellington Bros.), coal, 5 Broad- 
way, and (438 Federal, B.), boards 721 Main 

Wellington Brothers (Austin C. and Homer Wellington), 
wood and coal, 5 Broadway, and (438 Federal, B.) 

Wellington Edward, student H. U., rooms 1 Divinity hall 

Wellington Hannah B., wid. of Geo., h. 91 Columbia 

Wellington Hannibal, boards 63 Prospect 

Wellington Heliadorus, house 63 Prospect 

Wellington Homer (Wellington Bros.),* coal, 5 Broad- 
way, and (438 Federal, B.), house Washington av., 
corner Arlington 

Wellington Horatio (H. Wellington & Co.), wood, coal, 
lime, and cement, Bridge, opp. Prison Point Bridge, 
house at Charlestown 

WELLINGTON HORATIO & CO. (Horatio Welling- 
ton), coal, wood, lime, and cement, 28 Bridge, and 
(11 Kilby, B.) [5 Russell 

Wellington Isaac G., inspector (Custom House B.), bds. 

Wellington Jonas C, wholesale coal dealer (11 Kilby, B.), 
house 121 North avenue 

Wellington Joseph A. (J. A. Wellington & Co.), wood 
and coal, Charles River bridge (Charlestown), order 
box P. O., 86 Cambridge, house 100 Otis 

Wellington Joseph V., house 12 Tremont 

Wellington J. Frank, clerk H. Wellington & Co., Bridge, 
house at Somerville 

Wellington J. A. & Co. (Joseph A. Wellington), wood 
and coal, order box P. O., 86 Cambridge 

Wellington Kate F., teacher Otis primary school, boards 
63 Prospect 

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CAMBRIDGE [W] DIRECTORY. 427 

Wellington Margaret B. Miss, teacher Harvard grammar 

school, room 12, boards 92 Norfolk 
Wellington William H., clerk, 5 Central Wharf, boards 

91 Columbia 
Wellington William W., physician, house 5 Temple 
Wellman J. Wesley, jr., pocketbook maker, h. 4 Percy pi. 
Wells Amos B., cardriver, house 25 Sidney 
Wells Charles P., teamster, house 88 Harvard 
Wells Elizabeth B. Miss, boards 175 Brattle 
Wells George W. Mrs., boards 8 Garden 
Wells Henry Mrs., house 238 Broadway 
Wells James A., office of register in bankruptcy (2 Pem- 

berton square, B.), boards 23 Garden 
Wells James H., cigar manuf., 458 Main, h. 148 Wash. 
Wells Jeremiah, teamster, house 33 Pine 
Wells John H., letter carrier, Cambridge P. O., house 3 

Shepherd's block, rear 10 Charles River 
Wells John H., traveling agent, house 16 Market 
Wells Samuel H. (15 Central whf., B.), house 14# West- 
ern avenue 
Wells Sarah L. Miss, boards 175 Brattle 
Wells Sherburne S., teamster, house 59 Broadway 
Welsh Benjamin H., bookbinder, boards 29 Cherry 
Welsh John, brassfinisher, 368 Main 
Welsh Margaret G., widow of Michael J., h. 2 Linnehan's 

block, Third 
Welsh Patrick, shoemaker, 289 Cambridge, house at 

Somerville 
Welsh Peter, laborer, house 5 Blair place 
Welsh Walter, stable keeper (60 South, B.), h. 53 Otis 
Welsh William, laborer, house 29 Dunster 
Weltch Elizabeth S., widow, house 16 Laurel 
Welts Elisha A., glassworker, house 183}£ Cambridge 
Welts Enos, glassworker, house 30 Eighth 
Wendell A. Q., com. mer. (B.), house 25 Franklin 
Wentworth Benjamin, butcher, house Cambridge, corner 

Winsor 
Wentworth Benjamin B., butcher, house 377 Cambridge 
Wentworth Chas. G. (R. & C. G. Wentworth), carpenter, 

rear 579 Main, house 99 Austin 
Wentworth Henry A., bookkeeper N. N. Stickney & Co., 

boards 40 Prospect 
Wentworth Isaac, clerk (63 Summer, B.), h. 40 Prospect 
Wentworth Julius, laborer, house rear 350 Broadway 
Wentworth J. O. Mrs., house 15 Elm 
Wentworth Reuben (R. & C. G. Wentworth), carpenter, 

rear 579 Main, house 99 Austin 

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428 CAMBRIDGE ["W] DIRECTORY. 

Wentworth R. & C. G. (Reuben and Charles G. Went- 

worth), carpenters, rear 579 Main 
Wentworth Samuel L., carpenter, house 7 Franklin 
WENTWORTH THOMAS B., pew and pulpit builder, 

Osborn's building, State, house 95 Auburn 
Wentworth William H., marble and soapstone worker 

(18 Bowker, B.), house 56 North avenue 
Wentworth William H., jr., marble and soapstone worker, 

(18 Bowker, B.), boards 56 North avenue 

Wentworth , bricklayer, boards 108 Cambridge 

Wesley Augustus G., cook (23 Congress, B.), house 79 

Wendell 
Wesselhoeft Walther, physician, 97 Mt. Auburn, house do. 
West Alexander, waiter Memorial Hall, rooms Holmes pi. 
West Charles O., hairdresser, house 133 Columbia 
West Forrest W., postal service B. & A. R. R., house 

854^ Main 
West George W., sawyer, house 121 Harvard 
West Henry, hairdresser, 447)^ Main, and Atwoods corner, 

house rear 133 Columbia 
West Jacob C, compositor, house 227 Green 
West Levi H., carbuilder U. R. Co., house 8 Gerry 
West William B., carpenter and grocer, 33 Hewes, h. do. 
West William H., carpenter, boards 33 Hewes 
West William H., surveyor of lumber, house 135 Otis 
Westgate John H., foreman packer M. & H. Organ Co., 

house 8 State 
Weston Charles H., brassfinisher, house 26 Front 
Weston Daniel C, tuner M. & H. Organ Co., h. 56 Sidney 
Weston Edward H., physician, apothecary and coroner, 

197 Cambridge, house 163 do. 
Weston Henry G., tuner Mason & Hamlin, bds. 56 Sidney 
Weston William H., druggist, 152 Harvard, h. 108 Wash. 
Wetherbee Ephraim, woodworker M. & H. Organ Co., h. 

225 Broadway 
Wetherbee Mercy, widow of Jeremiah, h. 23 Brookline 
Weymouth Frank E., mason, boards Fresh Pond Hotel 
Whalen Edward C, tailor, 501 Main, boards 390 do. 
Whalen James N., baker F. A. Kennedy, 502 Main, bds. 

11 Hancock 
Whalen John, laborer, house 13 West [Hancock 

Whalen John, baker F. A. Kennedy, 502 Main, house 11 
Whalen Michael, teamster, boards 62 Spring 
Whalen Michael, laborer, house 59 Brighton 
Whalen Thomas, lithographer Riverside Press, boards at 

Boston 
Wharton Francis Prof., house 23 Buckingham 

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CAMBRIDGE [^] DIRECTORY. 429 

Whealan Daniel, ironheater, house 120 Harvard 
Wheater Timothy, foreman of the woodturners M. & H. 

Organ Co. 
Wheeler Allen B., foreman, 113 Broadway, house 52 Pine 
Wheeler Charles, engineer B. & L. R. R, boards 33 Cam- 
bridge \ [Wendell 
Wheeler Chas. E., sign, painter (6 Commercial, B.), h. 17 
Wheeler Charles G., painter, house 271 Main 
Wheeler Charles H., hackman, 22 Brattle, h. 12 Appian 
way [12^ Pearl 
Wheeler Charles L., clerk (3 Custom House St., B.), house 
Wheeler Charles O., bread peddler, house 42 Pine 
Wheeler Clark M., cutter (386 Wash., B.), h. 30 Bigelow 
Wheeler Clark M., jr., cutter, boards 30 Bigelow 
Wheeler Cora D. Miss, teacher Shepard grammar school, 
boards 19 Beech [19 Beech 
Wheeler Daniel B., master Shepard grammar school, h. 
Wheeler Edward C., bookkeeper, 503 Main, h. 40 Bigelow 
Wheeler Edward W., printer, boards 58 Sacramento 
Wheeler Frank D., wholesale fish dealer (17 John, B.), h. 
38 Shepard [Cambridge 
Wheeler Frank D., clerk (59 Blackstone, B.), boards 157 
Wheeler Frank S. (Wheeler & Son), dry goods, 98 Cam- 
bridge, house 60 Otis 
Wheeler Henry N., proctor H. U., rooms 7 Thayer Hall 
Wheeler John F., druggist (3 Custom House St., B.), h. 

8 Brookline 
Wheeler John H., proctor H. U., rooms 17 College House 
Wheeler Jonathan (Jonathan Wheeler & Son), dry 

goods, 98 Cambridge, h. at Concord 
Wheeler J. & Son (Jonathan and Frank S. Wheeler), 

drygoods, 98 Cambridge 
Wheeler Lewis Mrs., house 64 Austin IH 

Wheeler Loring E., clerk, 168 Gore, h. 11 Sixth 
Wheeler Margaret S. Miss, dressmaker, h. 48 Winthrop 
Wheeler Mary Ann D.Miss, private school, 25 River, h. do. 
Wheeler Sally, widow of Plummer, h. 29 Second 
Wheeler Samuel D., glasscutter N. E. Glass Co., house 

26 Fourth 
Wheeler Sarah A., widow of George, h. 10 Revere 
Wheeler Thomas, printer, house 24 Fairmont 
Wheeler W. Harry, printer Harvard College, house 58 

Sacramento 
Wheelock Arnold S., clerk, Court House, bds. 7 Amory 
Wheelock Edward, painter, house 62 Winter 
Wheelock Eugene M., salesman (33 Summer, B.), boards 
62 Winter 

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430 CAMBRIDGE ["W] DIRECTORY. 

Wheelock Guilford D., carpenter, house rear J. Kendall's 

schoolhouse, Appian way 
Wheelock Samuel A. Dr., clairvoyant, house 7 Amory 
Whelan James, laborer, h. 2 Hannum's blk., Broadway 
Whelan John, springbed maker, bds. 2 Hannum's block, 

Broadway [av. 

Whidden Chas. L., car builder (Allston), h. 69K Western 
Whidden John F., carpenter, 74 Brighton, bds. 29 Holyoke 
Whidden Joseph, kerosene dealer, house 152 Prospect 
Whipple B. Plummer, house 10 Jay 
Whipple H. G. Mrs., house 5 Jay 
Whipple John A., house 11 Norton 
Whipple Joseph R., steward (Parker House, B.), h. 134 

North avenue 
Whipple William H., laborer, house 77 Elm 
Whitacre John S., telegrapher (109 State, B.), boards 99 

Thorndike [157 Cambridge 

Whitcher Lydia A., teacher Otis primary school, boards 
Whitcomb Asahel S., house 1 Roger's block, Main 
Whitcomb Charles R., student, boards 31 Bigelow 
Whitcomb Oliver Mrs., house 31 Bigelow 
Whitcomb P. C. C. (155 Franklin, B.), h. 31 Bigelow 
Whitcomb Walter C., musicteacher (20 Bromfield, B.), 

boards 31 Bigelow 
Whiteroft George H., clerk Riverside, h. 16 Fairmont 
White Abby, widow of Wm., h. r. 20 Foster, n. Sparks 
White Adam, currier, bds. G. Mack's, Tannery 
White Adelaide V. Mrs., house 9 Creek 
White Alexander, stonecutter, bds. Mt. Auburn, c. Lowell 
White Angelina Mrs., house 442 Broadway 
White Arno Wm., cutter J. P. Squire & Co., boards 8 

Squire's court 
W&ite Austin, driver U. R. Co., bds. r. 5 Harvard sq. 
White B. F. Mrs., house 122 Prospect 
White Charles, tailor, 537 Main, bds. Mt. Auburn, corner 

Lowell 
White Charles H., driver U. R 4 Co., bds. 54 Ellery 
White Charles J., assistant professor of Mathematics and 

registrar H. XL, rooms 36 Weld Hall 
White Charles M., clerk (222 Congress, B.), bds. 58 Dana 
White Charles R., bookkeeper, 92 Main, h. 20 Essex 
White Chester, clerk (23 Cambridge, B.'), h. 54 Franklin 
White Cornelius, tin and hardware, 385 Cambridge, bds. 

347 do. 
White Daniel, clerk (2 Spring lane, B.), h. 73 Putnam av. 
White Daniel M., tuner M. & H. Organ Co., house at 

Wyoming 

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CAMBRIDGE [W] DIRECTORY. 431 

White Dennis, laborer, house 15 Cowperthwait 
White Dennis, baker, Spruce, cor. Reed, h. 16 South 
White Edward, brakeman F. R. R., h. 131 Dublin 
White Edward, laborer, house 67 Moore 
White Edward J., gardener and teamster, h. 54 Ellery 
White Edward P., cigarmaker B. P. Clark & Co., house 

459 Main 
White Edward P., clerk (1 Tremont, B.), h. 16 William 
White Edward P. Mrs. milliner and dressmaker, 459 

Main, house do. 
White Edward Y., dentist, 7 Hyde's block, 603 Main, h. 

103 Austin 
White Ellen, widow, house Railroad, cor. Dublin 
White Ellen, house Portland, n. Harvard 
White Ira B., tinsmith, 605 Main, h. 156 Green 
White Francis, m older, house 80 Sixth 
White Francis, starcher Middlesex Bleachery, h. Carver 
White Frank A., clerk, 622 Main, bds. 92 Norfolk 
White Fred. D., molder Doe & Hunnewell, h. 6 Bucks 

blk., Seventh st. court 
White Fred. L., icecart driver H. H. Eames & Son, bds. 

99 Concord av. 
White George, currier, bds. G. Mack's, Tannery 
White George, machinist, h. 15 Franklin 
White George A., brushes (23 Exchange, B.), h. 19Inman 
White Geo. W., horticulturist and city forester, boards 7 

Hollis 
White Harriet E. Miss, house 3 Coggswell pi. 
White Henry, carpenter, bds. Mrs. E. White's, Railroad 
White Henry G., White's Specialty, house 122 Prospect 
White Horace N., steamfitting, house 115 Green 
White James, carriage painter, boards 67 Western av. 
White James, cloth finisher in bleachery, bds. F. White's, 

Carver 
White James, marblecutter, bds. Mrs. E. White's, Railroad 
White James laborer, house 247 Franklin 
White James, laborer, house 8 Mullin's court 
White James, D., groceries and provisions, Bay, corner 

Green, house 184 Green 
White James H., musician and musical instrument repairer 

(89 Court, B.), boards 141 Washington 
White James N., boilermaker, 92 Main, h. 194 Harvard 
White John, cloth finisher Middlesex Bleachery, boards 

F. White's, Carver 
White John, ice cart driver H. H. Eames & Son, boards 

99 Concord avenue 
White John, laborer, boards 159 Bridge 

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432 CAMBEIDGE [W] DIEECTORY. 

White John, house rear 90 Harvard 
White John A., cigarmaker, house 16 Rockwell 
White John E., merchant (98 Milk, B.), h. 163 Brattle 
White John F., assistant in the chemical laboratory H. U. 

rooms 9 Wadsworth House 
White John Gardner, merchant (19 Doane, B.), house 6 

Phillips place 
White John W. (White & Stockbridge), mason, 363 

Main, house do. 
White John W., tutor in Greek, rooms 21 Stoughton Hall 
White J. Henry, musical instrument repairer (89 Court, 

B.), boards 141 Washington 
White J. Phillips, carpenter, house 18 Willard 
White Matthew, laborer, h. Suffolk, near Columbia 
White Maurice W., at G. Woods & Co., h. 32 Tremont 
White Michael, laborer, house 70 Spruce 
White Morris, teamster N". N. Stickney So Co., house 9 

Cowperthwait 
White Otis W., machinist B. & L. R. R., bds. 157 Cam- 
bridge 
White Patrick, bread cart driver, house 47 Cedar 
White Patrick J., grocer, 67 Moore, house do. 
White Robert, foreman of lumpers M. & H. Organ Co., h. 

48 Winsor 
White Samuel A., machinist, boards 20 Essex 
White Simon, engineer, house 54 Bolton 
White Thomas, laborer, house 147 Dublin 
White Thomas H., stereotyper, house 185 Columbia 
White Ward J., at M. & H. Organ Co., bds. 48 Winsor 
White William, laborer, house 24 Vme 
White William, laborer, house r. Concord av., n. F. R. R. 
White William H., baker, house 24 Sixth 
White William H., school janitor, house 92 Norfolk 
White William H., bookbinder Riverside, h. 62 River 
White William J., grocer, 126 Pleasant, house do. 
White Wilmot H., teamster, house 241 Cambridge 
White & Stockbridge (John W. White, and Columbus A. 

Stockbridge), masons, 363 Main 
Whitehouse Alfred W., organcase maker, bds. 7 Lawrence 
Whitehouse Charles T., burnisher, house 33 Pleasant 
Whitehouse Edward L., law student H. .U., rooms 713 

Cambridge 
Whitehouse Harrison, tinman, house 7 Cottage court 
Whitehouse John W., tinman, house 586 Main 
Whiteley Edward, steam warming and cooking apparatus 

(61 Charlestown, B.), house 55 Winsor 

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CAMBRIDGE [W] DIRECTORY. 433 

Whiteley Henry, bronzer (2 Province court, B.), h. 129 

Harvard 
Whiting Chas. E., clerk Ross House, h. 259 Broadway 
Whiting Clarence H., clerk (B.), house 50 Pine 
Whiting George A., teamster, house 180 Broadway 
Whiting George F., oil merchant (17 India wharf, B.), h. 

8 Coggswell avenue 
Whiting John, boards 714 Main 
Whiting John H., driver F. A. Kennedy, h. 35 Green 
Whiting Lucia E.J teacher Allston grammar school, room 

6, boards 8 Meacham 
Whiting Thomas S., compositor (Herald office, B.), h. 8 

Meacham 
Whitman Ephraim P., house 25 Kirkland 
Whitman Francis H., boot and shoe manf. (65 Hanover, 

B.), house 88 Ellery 
Whitney Amos, engineer, house Fairfield, near Spruce 
Whitney Amos P., organmaker, house 28 Elm 
Whitney Augustus A., house 139 North avenue 
Whitney Benjamin D. (Washington, D. C), h. 10 Ash 
Whitney Benjamin W., counselor at law and notary pub- 
lic, 23 Brattle square, house 137 North avenue 
Whitney Caroline, widow, house 89 Spring 
Whitney Caroline St. A., house 794 Main 
Whitney Charles L. B., law student, rooms 717 Cambridge 
Whitney Charles K, at J. P. Squire's (B.), boards 166 
Cambridge [Third 

Whitney Edward, hackdriver, 17 Gore, h. Linehan's blk., 
Whitney Edward H., clerk, house 95 Putnam avenue 
Whitney Ella C. Miss, teacher Cambridge training school, 

boards W. H. Whitney's, Chestnut 
Whitney Frank E., machinist, boards W. H. Whitney's, 

Chestnut 
Whitney Fred., clerk City Treasurer's office. City Hall» 

boards 98 Magazine 
Whitney Henry, merchant, house 85 Otis 
Whitney Henry F., clerk (42 State, B.), house 2 Rice 
Whitney Horace, superintendent Dover Stamping Co., 

house 113 Magazine 
Whitney Horace W., at Woods organ factory, h. 11 State 
Whitney John F. (155 Franklin, B.), boards 34 Austin 
Whitney Joseph, city treasurer and collector of taxes, 

office City Hall, house 98 Magazine 
Whitney Joseph A. P. (Robbins & Whitney), stoves, fur- 
naces, and kitchen furnishing goods, 600 Main, house 
250 Harvard [bridge 

Whitney Joseph W. (23 F. H. Market, B.), bds. 166 Cam- 

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434 CAMBRIDGE [^] DIRECTORY. 

Whitney Josiah D., Sturgis Hooper professor of geology 

H. U., house 12 Oxford 
Whitney Leonard P., professor of music, h. 113 Magazine 
WHITNEY LUKE HENRY (153 Tremont, B.), house 
5 White (see Union Mutual Life Ins. Co. on outside 
front cover) 
Whitney Martin, house 4 Essex 
Whitney Mary E., widow, house 119 Washington 
Whitney Mary S., widow, house 166 Cambridge 
Whitney Samuel, teamster, house 18 Seventh 
Whitney Samuel B., musicteacher, bds. 304 Harvard 
Whitney Solon F., teacher High school, h. at Watertown 
Whitney Waldo F., dentist (132 Court, B.), h. 30 Park 
Whitney Walter H., machinist, bds. A. Whitney's, Fair- 
field 
WHITNEY WILLIAM H., civil engineer (39 Court, 

B.), house Chestnut, opp. Hastings square 
Whitney William Lambert, house 126 Mt. Auburn 
Whitney William Lyman, boxmaker, house 43 Winsor 
W niton Charles H., cigars and tobacco, under Holyoke 
House, house 22 Lee [765 Main 

Whiton John P., cigars and tobacco (24 Broad, B.), house 
Whittemore Amos, fireman Woodbury & Co., boards 34 

Second 
Whittemore Amos, machinist (Brookline), h. 43 Norfolk 
Whittemore Benj. B. (Whittemore & Hale), soap mnfr., 

Davis, cor. Broadway, house 111 Washington 
Whittemore Charles F., steam heating (75 Lincoln, B.), 

house 23 Irving 
Whittemore Eliza J., nurse, boards 74 Thorndike 
Whittemore Fred. W., medical student, bds. 329 Harvard 
Whittemore George W. Mrs., house 329 Harvard 
Whittemore John C, clerk, 17 Brattle, house 11 Revere 
Whittemore John M., jr. (260 Wash., B.), h. 15 Follen 
Whittemore John O., collector for Jenkins & Jordan, h. 

rear 34 Hancock 
Whittemore Joseph, insurance agent (178 Wash., B.), 

boards 8 Front 
Whittemore L. C. Mrs., wid. of Thos., h. 107 Washington 
Whittemore Thomas, boards 107 Washington 
Whittemore William R., asst. clerk National Bank of 

Commerce (9 Sears building, B.), bds. 329 Harvard 
WHITTEMORE & HALE (Benj. B. Whittemore and 
Aaron Hale), soap mnfrs., Davis, cor. Broadway 9 or- 
der boxes (20 India and 152 State, Boston) 
Whitten William, organfinisher G. Woods & Co., house 
at Somerville 

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CAMBRIDGE [W] DIRECTORY. 435 

Whitters Charles, cook, house 50 Broadway 
Whittier Envindar A., clerk, 473 Main, bds. 2 Columbia 
Whittier George, broker (B.), boards 15 Pleasant 
Whittier Isaac F., organraaker S. S. Hamill, house at Lex- 
ington [Blackstone 
Whittier Leroy A., proofreader Riverside Press, house 33 
Whitton James A., boards 17 Fairmont 
Whitton James H., printer Riverside, h. 17 Fairmont 
Whittum George E., milkman, house 145 lit. Auburn 
Whitworth Catherine, widow, house 22 Decatur 
Wholley James, sawyer Braman, Shaw & Co., house 106 

Fourth 
Whoriskey Richard, stonecutter (B.), house 224 Bridge 
Whorissey John, stonecutter, house 72 Gore 
Wieland Christian, cabinetmaker, house 36 Hampshire 
Wieland Joseph G. Mrs., florist, Harvard, c. Trowbridge, 

house do. 
Wiemler Theodore, laborer, house 118 Fourth 
Wier Benj., organtuner, house 2 Ashburton place 
Wier James, peddler, house 66 Amory 
Wier Octavius P., organtuner G. Woods & Co., house at 

Medford 
Wiggin Benj. F., sawyer, house 259 Broadway 
Wiggin Charles H., organmaker, house 14 Green 
Wiggin Charles H., jr., organ finisher, house 46 Sidney 
Wiggin George W., circular sawyer, house 132 Franklin 
Wiggin James B., piano actionmaker, artists' materials, 

Osborn's building, State, house IB Pleasant place 
Wiggin James W., cabinetmaker, boards 14 Green 
Wiggin William P., commission merchant (29 North 

Market, B.), house 12 Frost 
Wiggins Hugh, carriage painter, 22 Broadway, house 49 

Harvard 
Wiggins James (James Wiggins & Co.), blacksmith, 22 

Broadway, house at Boston 
Wiggins James & Co. (James Wiggins, Peter Harkins and 

Warren Tolliver), blacksmiths, 22 Broadway 
Wight Albion P., stonecutter, house 106 Pearl 
WIGHT ALEX. (Scorgie, Wight & Co.), granitepolish- 

ing works, 258 Mt. Auburn, house Mt. Auburn, cor. 

Lowell 
Wilber Fred, moulder, boards 60 Cherry 
Wilbour John C, house 184 Cambridge 
Wilbur Frederick, molder, boards 390 Main 
Wilbur Henry A., machinist, house 13 Rice 
WILCOX DAVID, hatter (28 and 30 Avery, B.), house 

21 Bigelow 

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436 CAMBRIDGE \J]\f"\ DIRECTORY. 

Wilcox Ernest, teamster, boards 119 Prospect 
Wilcox Henry C, carpenter, house 39 Washington 
Wilcox John D. F. (Wilcox & Co.), restaurant, 203 North 

avenue, house at Boston 
Wilcox & Co. (John D. F. Wilcox and Frank E. Pierce), 

restaurant, 203 North avenue 
Wilder Charles C, grocer (189 Cambridge, B.), house 107 

Austin [cester 

Wilder Cyrus D., boots and shoes, 557 Main, h. 12 Wor- 
Wilder David, house 68 Inman 
Wilder Henry C, paperruler (32 Hawley, B.), house 90 

Winsor 
Wilder James C, house 34 Kinnaird 
Wilder John, real estate agent (3 Tremont row, B.), h. 

185 Harvard 
Wilder Samuel N., contractor, house 223 Harvard 
Wildes Frank W., house 21 Centre 
Wildes Mary A., widow of William, house 823 Main 
Wildes Moses, 2d, broker (31 State, B.), house 5 Ellery 
Wiley Harvey, clerk, boards 29 Sidney 
Wiley Hiram, machinist, 368 Main 
Wiley James H., bookkeeper, Third, cor. Gore, boards 24 

North 
Wiley John, slater, house 36 DeWolf 
Wiley Seth N., shipmaster, house 16 Trowbridge 
Wilfrom Abram, brickmaker, house 100 Dublin 
Wilkins Henry, gardener S. F. Woodbridge, boards do. 
Wilkinson Arthur Mrs., house 333 Harvard 
Wilkinson Daniel, laborer, house Plymouth 
Wilkinson Charles G., carriagesmith, bds. S. McFadden's, 

Cedar 
Wilkinson James F. (Wilkinson & Daly), grocer, 462 

Harvard, house 13 DeWolf court 
Wilkinson John W., pianofortemaker, house 79 Allston 
Wilkinson Michael, scrollsawyer, (B.), house 17 Winter 
Wilkinson Thomas, glass blower, h. Jefferson, c. Warren 
Wilkinson Walter, laborer, house Porter, near Harding 
Wilkinson William, glassmaker, house 67 Winter 
Wilkinson & Daly (James F. Wilkinson and Philip Da- 
ly), grocers, 426 Harvard [bia 
Willard Benjamin D., planer, 113 Broadway, h. 54 Colum- 
WILLARD CHARLES E., coal and wood (Brighton), 

foot of Brighton st., house 8 Ash st. place 
Willard Charles H., hairdresser, house 63 Elm 
Willard Edward A., clerk (3 Court House, B.), h. Allston, 

cor. Waverly 
Willard Evat, box sawyer, house 192 Harvard 

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CAMBRIDGE [W] DIRECTORY. 437 

Willard George O., 497 Main, boards 44 Austin 
Willard Hannah Miss, house 151 Mt. Auburn 
WILLARD HENRY A., gas and steam pipe (41 and 43 

Pearl, B.), house 151 Mt. Auburn 
Willard John, student H. XL, rooms S. E. Soley's, Put- 
nam avenue 
Willard Lucy Mrs., house 78 Mt. Auburn 
Willard Lucy C. Mrs. (Furlong & Willard), h. 44 Austin 
Willard William, gardener Botanic Garden, boards do. 
Willey Aaron R., house 9 Ellery 
Willey Charles B., cabinetmaker, house 4 Lamson's block, 

Essex 
Willey O. W., driver U. R. Co., rooms 12 Farwell place 
Williams Alfred, house Suffolk, near Columbia 
Williams Anton e, laborer, Revere Sugar Refinery, house 

5 Linehan's block, Third 
Williams Asa, restaurant (19 School, B.), house 42 River 
Williams Bridget, widow of James H., h. 128 Brookline 
Williams Charles H., bookedge gilder, h. 66 Fairmont 
Williams David E., marbleworker R. L. Sands, boards 48 

Brighton 
Williams Eliza E. Miss, teacher Webster grammar school, 

boards 30 Magazine 
Williams Emma J. Miss, musicteacher, bds. 20 Orchard 
Williams Ephraim S., machinist, h. Crossland, n. Clark 
Williams Fred., clerk Post Office, 625 Main, boards 125 

Austin 
Williams George, concreteworker, bds. at Charlestown 
Williams George E., bookedge gilder (27 Boylston, B.), 

house 13 Elmer 
Williams George F., gilder Riverside, h. 66 Fairmont 
Williams George H., laborer, house 86 Harvard 
Williams George W., conveyancer Court House, boards 

108 Cambridge [n. Pleasant 

Williams Henry, carpenter, 113 Broadway, h. Florence, 
Williams Henry, foreman J. P. Squire & Co., house 197 

Cambridge 
Williams Isaiah H., collector, h. 7 Lambert avenue 
Williams James H., messenger, house 128 Brookline 
Williams James N. Rev., missionary, h. 20 Orchard 
Williams Jenkins, clergyman, house 3 Gray place 
Williams John, laborer, house 2 Stevens court 
Williams John B., carpenter, house 18 Mt. Auburn 
Williams John H., clerk, 124 Cambridge, bds. 59 Winter 
Williams John M. S., merchant (44 Sears building, B.), 

house 787 Main [Mt. Auburn 

Williams Joseph, hardware (20 Dock sq., B.), house 48 

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438 CAMBRIDGE [W] DIRECTORY. 

Williams Laura Mrs., house Lilac court 
Williams Lucretia, widow, house 113 Columbia 
Williams Marcus, waiter Memorial Hall, rooms Holmes pi. 
Williams Maria F., teacher Dana primary school, boards 

9 Clinton 
Williams Mary Mrs., house 50 Trowbridge 
Williams Matthew H., draper, h. 88 Putnam av. 
Williams Samuel F., laborer, house 31K Hastings 
Williams Scott, hostler Union Car Stables, boards James 

Hill's, Harvey 
Williams Simon, butcher, house rear 143 Columbia 
Williams Thomas, laborer, house 8 Davis 
Williams Thomas, peddler, house 37 Hampshire 
Williams Thomas D. R., expressdriver, h. 128 Brookline 
Williams Wm. M., shoemaker, 43}£ Cambridge, h. do. 
Williamson Charles F., baker, boards 27 Second 
Willis David C, house 84 Austin 
Willis George, hostler Union Car Stables, h. Harvey, cor. 

Jackson 
Willis Newell J., shuttle manuf., Broadway, junction 

tlampshire, h. 94 Winsor 
Willis Robert J., teamster E. R. R., bds. 70 Second 
Willis William, hostler Union Car Stables, boards James 

Hill's, Harvey 
Willis William D., teamster, house 12 Broadway 
Williston Lyman R., headmaster Cambridge High school, 

h. 15 Berkeley 
Willsey Charles, captain dredging machine, h. 95 Otis 
Willson Robert W., tutor in physics H. U., rooms 24 

Gray's Hall 
Willwerth Alois, laborer, house 161 Broadway 
Willwerth Gabriel, boilermaker, 92 Main, h. 57 Charles 
Willwerth Joseph G., boilermaker, 92 Main, boards 161 

Broadway 
Wilmot Edwin H., currier, house 51 Cedar 
Wilmot Harvey B., clothing (263 Washington, B.), bds. 

131 North av. 
Wilson Catherine, widow of Sam'l B., h. 224 Broadway- 
Wilson Charles, bronzer, house rear 6 Lopez 
Wilson Chas. F., agent Little, Brown & Co.'s bindery, 

Riverside, boards 794 Main 
Wilson Charles S., printer (117 Franklin, B.), bds. 4 Jay 
Wilson David, foreman drypressing room John Wilson 

& Son, h. 29 Putnam av. 
Wilson Edward, clerk B. & A. R. R., h. 39 Brattle 
Wilson Elijah, jobber, house 27 Brewery 
Wilson Frank, glasscutter, house 25 Winter 

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CAMBRIDGE [W] DIRECTORY. 439 

Wilson George A., hairdresser, house 26 Somerset 
Wilson Hannah, widow of Win., house Bridge, junction 

Cambridge 
Wilson James, bookbinder Riverside, house 10 Hamilton 
Wilson James, cabinetmaker, house 142 Thorndike 
Wilson James, glasspacker (124 Tremont, B.), house 171 

Bridge 
Wilson James L., printer (117 Franklin, B.), house 8 

Western avenue 
Wilson Jane, widow of John, house 77 Gore 
Wilson John, carpenter, house 119 Franklin 
Wilson John, teacher Shepard grammar school, house 

Hamlet street, Somerville 
WILSON" JOHN", carpenter, State, rear 382 Main, house 

127 Franklin 
Wilson John (John Wilson & Son), printer and stereo- 

typer, 15 Holyoke, house 848 Main 
Wilson John & Son (John Wilson), printers and stereo- 

typers, 15 Holyoke 
Wilson John F. (19 Kilby, B.), house 57 Essex 
Wilson John W., upholsterer, (Charles, B.), bds. 77 Gore 
Wilson Jonas, clerk (154 State, B.), h. 123 Hampshire 
Wilson Jonas W., clerk (B.), house 123 Hampshire 
Wilson Joseph L., house 8 Gardner 
Wilson Joshua, printer (B.), house 4 Jay 
Wilson Leonard, carpenter, house 48 Pine 
Wilson Matilda, widow, house rear 76 Pearl 
Wilson Michael, gardener, house 240 Franklin 
Wilson Nancy, widow of Alexander, house 25 Winter 
Wilson Robert, laborer, house 8 Highland 
Wilson Royal, carpenter, house 29 North avenue 
Wilson Sara D. Mrs., house 62 Brattle 
Wilson Stillman, house 160 Harvard 
Wilson Thomas (Wilson & Deer), painter, 436 Main, h. 9 

Creek 
Wilson William, plumber, boards 23 Hancock 
Wilson William C, bookkeeper, 40 Pearl, bds. 68 Otis 
Wilson William E., foreman press room J. Wilson & Son, 

boards 29 Putnam avenue 
Wilson William J., bookbinder Riverside, bds. 4 Jay 
Wilson William P., law student, rooms 14 Plympton 
Wilson William Powell, assistant in botany, H. XL, house 

21 North avenue 
Wilson William S., boards Bridge, junc. Cambridge 
Wilson & Deer (Thomas Wilson and James N. Deer), 

painters, 436 Main 
Winchester Joseph H., glasscutter, boards 19 Lawrence 

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440 CAMBRIDGE [W] DIRECTORY. 

Windsor William, glasscutter N. E. Glass Co., house at 

Somerville 
Windsor William, jr., glasscutter N. E. Glass Co., boards 

at Somerville 
Wing Frederick D., clerk (155 Wash. B.), boards J. D. 

Wing's, Crescent 
Wing Josiah D., currier, house Crescent, n. Oxford 
Winkley John N., ice dealer (48 State, B.), bds. 34 Second 
Winkley John S., bookkeeper, 7 Harvard square, house 

84 Mt. Auburn 
Winlo Adam, glassmaker, boards 42 Winter 
Winlo George, glassmaker, h. 4 Linnehan's blk., Third 
Winlock Joseph Mrs., house Langdon 
Winlock William, ironmolder, house 162 Harvard 
Winn Samuel, boiler maker, 92 Main, h. 53 Broadway 
Winn Theodore, supt. (31 Union, B.), h. 9 William 
Winnett Fred. G., clerk, 17 Brattle, bds. at Somerville 
Winnett Harry B., bookkeeper (5 Tremont, B.), bds. 281 
Harvard [h. 281 Harvard 

WINNETT JASON, real estate agent (5 Tremont, B.), 
Winnett Lizzie B. Miss, teacher Allston grammar school, 

room 12, boards 281 Harvard 
Winnick Seth C, foreman packing dept. N. E. Glass Co., 

house at Belmont 
Winship Cynthia Miss, house 70 Columbia 
Winslow Henry H., lawyer (33 School, B.), house Maga- 
zine, cor. Tufts 
Winslow John F., student H. U., rooms 58 Mt. Auburn 
Winslow Seth, furniture manuf. (Charlestown), h. 248 

North avenue 
Winsor Walter E., dinning rooms 644 Main, h. do. 
Winter A. S, Mrs., dressmaker, house 57 Inman 
Winter Charles, house 57 Inman 
Winter Henry D., expressman, house 8 Green 
Winter Richard, cutler (B.), house 47 Spruce 
Winterhalter Leopold, oil finisher G. Woods & Co., house 

95 Green 
Winthrop Charles A., house 23 Garden 
Winward Alice J. Miss, teacher Gore primary school, bds. 

138 Cambridge 
Winward Edwin H., clerk 168 Gore, house 96 Otis 
Winward Jesse glue substitutes (Phila.), house 138 Cam- 
bridge 
Winward Walter, clerk (93 Broad, B.), bds. 138 Cambridge 
Winward Wm. W., clerk, 97 Cambridge, b. 108 Thorndike 
Wiseman Edward, carpenter, house 17 School 
Wiseman John, machinist, 368 Main 

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CAMBRIDGE [W] DIRECTORY. 441 

Wiseman Thomas, mason, bds. Carson, cor. Gore 
Wiseman Thomas, engineer steamer 2, h. rear 43 Clark 
Wiseman Thomas G., laborer, house 59 Cherry- 
Wiseman T., blacksmith, 368 Main 
Wiswell Dexter W., boots and shoes (222 Hanover, B.), 

house 21 Orchard 
Wiswell John L., carpenter, house 102 Winsor 
Wiswell Samuel, boards 21 Orchard 
Witham Thomas, cigarmaker, house 14 Harrison 
Witherell Freeman C., fishmarket, 540 Main, house 79 

Franklin 
Witherell H. Frank, house 85 Green 
Witherell William B., fish dealer (35 and 36 Commercial 

wharf B.), house 85 Green 
Withey Simon B., carpenter, 9 Palmer, n. Brattle, house 

52 Brattle 
Withington Eugene, laborer, house 51 Clark 
Withington Henry, hairdresser, house 1 Baldwin's court, 

rear 97 Main 
Withington James, actionmaker, M. & H. Organ Co., bds. 

164 Harvard 
Withington Richard S., clerk, 159 Harvard, house Union, 

cor. Lincoln 
v^ithington Thomas S., paper folder (B.), h. 63 Brookline 
Wonso Wallace, conductor U. R. Co., bds. 5 Harvard sq. 
Wood Alfred, cracker peddler, house 8 Gardner 
WOOD ALFRED, grocer, 5 and 6 Harvard row, house 

12 Chauncy 
Wood Alice, widow of Francis, house 134 Thorndike 
Wood A. J. Mrs., house 14 Arlington 
Wood Caleb, house 321 Broadway 
Wood Charles, cabinetmaker, house 32 Sidney 
Wood Charles, teamster, 5 Broadway 
Wood Charles C, house 48 Cottage [Spring 

Wood Charles J., woodcarver (20 Beach, B.), boards 73 
Wood Charles P., salt dealer (19 Commerce, B.), house 

15 Wendell 
Wood David G., house 17 Kirkland 
Wood David H., carpenter, house 28 Mt. Auburn 
Wood Delina, widow, house 63 Hampshire 
Wood Edward S., physician, and assistant professor of 

chemistry H. U., house 12 Chauncy 
Wood Edmund V., mechanic, house 53 Holyoke 
Wood Francis, painter, h. 8 Foster's block, rear 93 Main 
Wood George, policeman, station 2, house 4 Clinton 
Wood Harriet A. Miss, teacher private school, house 255 

Broadway 

C. H. BILLINGS, 4S ffla> COLLEGE TAILOR. 



442 CAMBRIDGE [W] DIRECTORY. 

Wood Helen M. Mrs., house 122 Prospect 

Wood James, laborer, boards rear 41 Clark 

Wood James A., lumber (27 Doane, B.), h. 5 Ellsworth av. 

Wood James E., salesman (B.), boards 32 Sidney 

Wood .Tames L., tinplate and sheetiron worker, boards 48 

Cottage 
Wood John H., house 118 Auburn 

Wood John W., woodcarver (20 Beach, B.), h. 73 Spring 
Wood John W., engineer, house Norris, near Cedar 
Wood Julia M., widow, house 17 Kirkland 
Wood Lydia, boarding, 27 Cherry, house do. 
Wood Marcellus A., cabinetmaker, house 105 Otis 
Wood Melville, watchmaker and jeweler (126 Court, B.), 

house Vl% Western avenue 
Wood Moses A., boards 28 Mt. Auburn 
Wood Samuel, house 190 Hampshire 
Wood Sophia R., widow of Ira fL, h. Main, c. Columbia 
Wood Stephen A. B., patent rights, h. 286 Broadway 
Wood Thomas J., glassmaker, house 168 Norfolk 
Wood William, glassblower N. E. Glass Co., boards 214 

Bridge 
Wood William B., glassblower, house 54 Winter 
Wood William H. (Gale & Wood), lumber, 69 Main, W. 

Boston bridge, house 27 Lee 
Woodard Chas. C, clerk Post office, 625 Main, boards 

9 Austin 
Woodard Elisha, engineer, house 41 Elm 
Woodard Jonas (Aiken & Woodard), charcoal, hay, and. 

straw, Cambridge, opp. Distillhouse, h. 5 Sixth 
Woodbridge John R., butcher, house 298 North avenue 
Woodbridge Samuel F., cattlebroker (67 Quincy market, 

B.), house 281 North avenue 
Woodbridge Warren S., student, bds 281 North avenue 
Woodbridge William F., provisions (65 Quincy market, 

B.), house 280 North avenue 
Wooburn James, carpenter, house 128 Harvard 
Woodbury George E. (Woodbury & Co.), planing, sawing, 

and moldings, First, house 23 Fayette 
Woodbury George H., salesman (96 Hanover, B.), boards 

42 Bigelow 
Woodbury Isaac A. (Woodbury & Co.), planing, sawing, 

and moldings, First, house 97 Otis 
Woodbury James F., boards 42 Bigelow 
Woodbury John H., " Youth's Companion " (41 Temple 

place, B.), house 42 Bigelow 
Woodbury John W., clerk (40 Kilby, B.), bds. 42 Bigelow 
Woodbury Julia A. Mrs., house 97 Otis 

SPECIAJL attention given to orders for Trimmings and Millinery. Best 
of work and mateiial. J. ;B. CROMACK, 26 Temple Place, Boston. 



CAMBRIDGE [W] DIRECTORY. 443 

Woodbury L. Jennie Miss, teacher High school, boards 13 

Mt. Auburn 
Woodbury Willard H. (Cilley, Stimson & Woodbury), 

livery stable, 120 Green, house 10 Magazine 
WOODBURY & CO. (George E. and Isaac A. Wood- 
bury), planing, sawing, and moldings, First, E. C. 
Woodhave Thomas, machinist at pottery, h. Coggswell pi. 
Woodland Joshua, painter, boards 4 Cowperthwait 
Woodland Robert H., clerk (44 Winter, B.), house 7 

Lambert avenue 
Woodland William, blacksmith F. L. Chapman, house 4 

Cowperthwait 
Woodley Nancy, widow, house 63 Washington 
Woodman Asa, machinist L. R. R. shop, h. at Wilmington 
Woodman Azor G., fly finisher Mason & Hamlin, house at 

Everett [Somerville 

Woodman Benj. M., tuner M. & H. Organ Co., house at 
Woodman Chas., pianoforte actionmaker, h. 95 Columbia 
Woodman Charles F., clerk sub treasury (P. O. building, 

• B.), house 95 Columbia 
Woodman Charles H., fireman B. & L. R. R., boards 8 

Leigh ton court 
Woodman Cyrus, lawyer, house 9 Kirkland place 
Woodman Edward, student H. U., rooms 7 Holworthy 

Hall 
Woodman George E., carver G. Woods & Co., house at 

Chelsea 
Woodman Henry H., hairdresser (97 So. Market, B.), h. 

Bridge, junction Cambridge, Lechmere block 
Woodman Herbert, milkman, boards 71 Vine 
Woodman Thomas J., carver, house 61 Spring 
Woodman Walter, student H. IT., rooms 9 Kirkland pi. 
Woods Catherine, widow of Michael, house 39 Gore 
Woods Charles, teamster, boards Third, n. Broadway 
Woods George (Geo. Woods & Co.), parlor and vestry 

organs, 624 Main, house 24 Bigelow 
Woods George & Co. (George Woods and George P. Car- 
ter), organ manufacturers, 624 Main 
Woods Henrietta, teacher Allston grammar school, room 

8, boards 16 Prospect 
Woods James, fireman Gas Works, h. r. 209 Mt. Auburn 
Woods John M., salesman Holt & Bugbee, 17 East, house 

at Somerville 
Woods Patrick, plasterer, house 8 Winter 
Woods Rose Mrs., house 27 Cowperthwait 
Woods Stephen, plasterer and stucco worker (B.), bds. 

19K Fifth 

DRESS SUITS, uo c^r%!! •• 0. H. BILLINGS. 



444 CAMBRIDGE [^T] DIRECTORY. 

Woods Thomas, salesman (477 Wash., B.), bds. 57 Third 
Woods William, blacksmith, Columbia, near Cambridge, 

house 1 Baldwin place 
Woods William, painter, boards 364 North avenue 
Woods William S., butcher, house rear 41 Reed 
Woodward Benjamin, ships' machinery (224 State, B.), 

house North avenue, cor. Shepard 
Woodward Charles E. W., clerk, boards 58 Magazine 
Woodward Charles H., carpenter, house 54 Putnam av. 
Woodward Eleanor T., widow of Samuel, b. 68 School 
Woodward Frederick R. Mrs., house 58 Magazine 
Woodward, Gage & Co. (James H. Woodward, Milton 

Gage, and John H. Bent), furniture, etc., North av., 

near Beech 
Woodward Grace R. Miss, teacher Willard primary school, 

boards 58 Magazine 
Woodward Henry P., boards 58 Magazine 
Woodward James H. (Woodward, Gage & Co.), furniture, 

etc., North av., n. Beech, house Russell, c. Orchard 
Woodward Samuel J., salesman (13 Central Market and 

50 North, B.), boards 68 School 
Woodward William H., coachman Geo. Putnam, jr., 24 

Quincy, boards do. 
Wood worth Henry D., watches, etc., 121 Cambridge, 

house 156 Cambridge [Cambridge 

Woodworth Horace S., clerk, 121 Cambridge, bds. 156 
Woodworth John A., produce dealer, bds. 86 Spring 
Woolnough William G., book-edge marbler Riverside, 

house 21 Decatur [Harvard 

Woolson James A., boots (138 Summer, B.), house 277 
Worcester Asa, brushmaker (35 Exchange, B.), house 

145 Spring 
WORCESTER BROS. (Charles H., Samuel A., Freder- 
ick, and Franklin Worcester), furniture dealers and 

upholsterers, 25 Brattle square 
Worcester Charles H. (Worcester Bros.), furniture dealer 

and upholsterer, 25 Brattle sq., bds. J. A. Sawyer's, 

Mt. Vernon 
Worcester Franklin (Worcester Bros.), furniture dealer 

and upholsterer, 25 Brattle sq., bds. J. A. Sawyers, 

Mt. Vernon 
Worcester Frederick (Worcester Bros.), furniture dealer 

and upholsterer, 25 Brattle sq., bds. J. A. Sawyer's, 

Mt. Vernon [145 Spring 

Worcester George H., salesman, (35 Exchange, B.), bds. 
Worcester John, house 31 North avenue 
Worcester Joseph E. Mrs., boards 12 Lowell 

DAAICDnrT DnVnrfU Furniture* Upholstery Ooods, 
DrlllunUr I CX DUIULiI, ISO Tremont Street, Boston. 



CAMBRIDGE [W] DIRECTORY. 445 

Worcester Maria, widow of Thomas, house 77 Brattle 
Worcester Samuel A. (Worcester Bros.), furniture dealer 

and upholsterer, 25 Brattle sq., h. at Hollis, N. H. 
Worcester William T., clerk (477 Wash., B.), boards 145 

Spring 
Work Thomas (Work & ITayward), furniture and job 

wagon, 53 Pearl, house 6 William 
Work & Hay ward (Thos. Work and Geo. A. Hay ward), 

furniture and job wagons, 53 Pearl 
Worster George W., brushmaker, 12 Gore, boards 74 

Cambridge [Pearl 

Worthen John R., carriagesmith, 4 Western av., bds. 49 
Worth en Isaac R., carriagesmith, house 49 Pearl 
Wright Amelia Miss, teacher Willard primary school, 

boards 76 Magazine [Boston 

Wright Benjamin F., furniturepolisher, 77 Main, house at 
Wright Charles E., clerk (9 Charlestown/B.), boards 24 

Sacramento 
Wright Edgar H., expressman, house 53 Spruce 
Wright Edward F., clerk (10 Charlestown, B.), house 18 

Bowdoin 
Wright Frank, laborer, house rear 335 Cambridge 
Wright George, tuner M. & H. Organ Co. 
Wright George F., salesman (B.), bds. 7 Meacham 
WRIGHT GEORGE G., flour, grain, etc., 86 Mt. Au- 
burn, boards 13 Dunster 
Wright Harriet E., widow of Edmund, h. 76 Magazine 
Wright Harriet N., widow of Dr. Ward E. 5 h. 1 Pleasant 
Wright James H., milkman, house 107 Winsor 
Wright James W., baggagemaster F. R. R., bds. H. J. 

Reddick's, North av. - 
Wright John, jr., clerk, house 110 Hampshire 
Wright John R., tinplate worker, house 19 Park 
Wright Laura Miss, teacher Willard primary school, h. 

76 Magazine 
Wright Rebecca, widow, house 1 Magazine court 
Wright Rodney P., tuner M. & H. Organ Co. 
Wright Samuel J., carpenter, house 7 Meacham 
Wright William, varnishpolisher, house r. 223^ Winter 
Wright William, baker, 82 and 84 Mt. Auburn, house 13 

Dunster 
Wyatt Albert N., peddler, house 123 Otis 
Wyatt Henry M., brick manuf., Dublin, h. 113 Inman 
Wyatt Stevens J., clerk (88 North, B.), bds. 123 Otis 
Wyckoff J. N., student H. U., boards 4 Centre 
Wyeth Agnes M. Miss, telegraph operator, 7 Harvard 

row, boards 3 Shepard 

PERFECT FITS ^T« gE^tfSSST- CAMBRIDGE. 



446 CAMBKIDGE [Y] DIRECTORY. 

Wyeth Andrew N., freightmaster (F. R. R., B.), house r. 

Raymond, near Linnsean 
Wyeth Andrew N., jr., hay, etc. (Charlestown), boards 

A, N. Wyeth's, r. Raymond 
Wyeth Annie 0. Miss, house 2 Wright 
Wyeth A. Augustus, gents' furnishing goods, 10 Harvard 

row and 3 Holyoke House, h. 3 Shepard 
Wyeth Benj. F., undertaker, 10 Harvard row, h. 3 Shepard 
Wyeth B. Francis, clerk (Mt. Auburn), bds. 3 Shepard 
Wyeth Henry A., boots and shoes, 3 Brewer's block, Brat- 
tle sq., h. 7 Revere pi. 
Wyeth James H. (James H. Wyeth & Co.), grocer, 6 

Brattle, and secretary Cambridge Savings Bank, h. 

220 Brattle 
WYETH JAMES H. & CO. (James H. W^yeth, Her- 
bert M. Shepherd, and James M. Ramsay), grocers, 6 

Brattle 
Wyeth Lucy C, teacher Gannett primary school, boards 

2 Wright 
Wyeth Mary Miss, boards Austin place 
Wyeth Mary E. Miss, teacher Harvard grammar school, 

room 4, boards 2 Wright 
Wyeth Susan E. Miss, teacher Dunster primary school, 

bds. Andrew N. Wyeth's, Raymond 
Wyman Chas. F., merchant (58 India sq., B.), h. 744 Main 
Wyman Charles W., stonecutter, h. 40 Sixth 
Wyman Edward (9 Federal, B.), bds. 3 Craigie 
Wyman Elizabeth Miss, house 3 Craigie 
Wyman James, nightsoil contractor, h. 120 Norfolk 
Wyman J. Henry, coal and wood, 84 Bridge, house 146 

Cambridge 
Wyman Morrill, physician, office 25 Church, h. Sparks 
Wyman Morrill, jr., student, bds. M. Wyman's, Sparks 
Wyman Susan Miss, house 118 Brattle 
Wyman William, carpenter, h. Allston, cor. Waverly 
WYMAN WILLIAM, wood and coal, 84 Bridge, near 

Cambridge, h. 146 Cambridge 
Wynne Theodore, supt. (31 Union, B.), h. 9 William 
Wyre William, machinist, 368 Main 
Wyzanski Henry, drygoods peddler, h. 33 Second 
Wyzanski Joseph, peddler, house 153 Cambridge 

YEATON GEORGE W., maker of trains B. L. & N. R. 

R., house 39 Gore 
Yeaton Richard H., restaurant (87 Sudbury, B.), h. 90 

Thorndike 
Yeo Richard, carpenter, house 6 Washington 

/"*„««%« \//-v!l« Cleansed and made good as new, I n P„,M~»«rJr 

Lrape Veils, 26 Tempienace, Boston. J. b. uromack. 



CAMBRIDGE [Y] DIRECTORY. 447 

Yeo William, carriagemaker, house 46 Clark 

Yerrinton Frank M., pocketbook maker (198 Wash., B.), 

house 205 Harvard 
Yerxa Abraham, clerk, 101 Cambridge, h. 102 Thorndike 
Yerxa Henry D., grocer (Bowdoin sq., B.), house 296 

North avenue 
Yohnson Chas. K, pictureframe maker, bds. 22 Pioneer av. 
York Frederick B., painter, boards 19 Franklin 
York Frederick I., boards 24 Upton 
York George A., machinist, house 177 Main 
York George H., bookbinder, house 74 Allston 
York Rhoda P., widow of George H., house 19 Franklin 
York Theron K., grocer, 31 River, house 16 Elmer 
Young Alfred A., reedmaker M. & H. Organ Co., house 

79 Washington 
Young Bartholomew, glazier, boards 353 Cambridge 
Young Benjamin, carpenter, boards 196 North avenue 
Young Charles, engineer, boards 94 Fourth 
Young Chas. E., clerk (139 Devonshire, B.), boards 38 Mt, 

Auburn 
Young Chas. J., printer J. Wilson & Son, h. 19 Brooks 
Young David, slater, house 38 Reed 
Young Edgar O., salesman Burrage Brothers, boards 2 

Pleasant place 
Young Edward, laborer, h. Concord av., n. R. R. crossing 
Young Edw. J., Hancock professor of Hebrew and other 

Oriental languages, and Dexter lecturer on Biblical 

literature H. IT., house Raymond, near Linnaean 
Young Edric F., engineer Mt. Auburn cemetery, house 38 

Mt. Auburn 
Young Eliza J., widow of H. W., house 2 Pleasant place 
Young Elizabeth, widow of Timothy, house 44 Franklin 
Young Ernest, instructor in history and Roman law H. 

IT., rooms 13 Little's block 
Young Israel J. S., carpenter, house 2 Corliss place 
Young James, salesmen (601 Wash., B.), h. 54 Trowbridge 
Young James H., lawstudent, boards 54 Trowbridge 
Young John, porter (26 So. Market, B.), h. 41 Hampshire 
Young John, carpenter, house 24 Hancock 
Young John, jr., carpenter, house 26 Walnut court 
Young John C., oildealer, house 45 Cambridge 
Young Joseph W., clerk Cambridge waterworks, house 3 

Ashburton place 
Young Leonard, house 507 Main 
Young Levi, house 12 DeWolf 

Young Lorenzo, solicitor of patents, house 125 Winsor 
Young Mary A. Miss, dressmaker, house 147 Pearl 

IMPORTED MODI ^.ssrasE* 3 '- 430 Harvard St". 



448 CAMBRIDGE [2] DIRECTORY. 

Young Mary E., widow of William H., h. 129 Columbia 

Young Men's Christian Association, 603 Main 

Young Rebecca P. Mrs., house 45 Erie 

Young Samuel D., bookbinder Riverside, house 43 Erie 

Young Stephen, painter, house 227 Franklin 

Young Walter, carpenter, house 2 Daye court 

Young Wm., teamster, house Hunting, near Cambridge 

Young William, boiler maker, house 8 Rogers block, Main 

Young Worthen, laborer, house 7 Webster avenue 

Younger Irving, blacksmith, 368 Main 

Yout Bonaparte, boiler maker, house rear 57 Charles 

ZELCK CHARLES, boot and shoe maker, house Reed, 
cor. Belmont [Magazine 

Zengler Edward, clockmaker (17 Congress, B.), house 71 

Zenone Anthony, gardener, house 88 Fifth 

Ziegler John, basketmaker, house 191 Dublin 

ZolTer Louis F., machinist, house 105 Gore 

Zoppi Joseph, cabinetmaker Doe & Hunnewell, house at 
Charlestown 

cnamtier ^ Dinine-Boom Fnruitnre, MWimz^PM: 



CAMBRIDGE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



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CAMBEIDQE 




BUSINESS DIRECTORY, 



EMBRACING 

A Classified List of all Trades, Professions, and Pursuits in the City of 

Cambridge, for the Year 1S.70, arranged Alphabetically for 

each Trade, thus exhibiting at a glance the full address and 

Special Business of her Citizens. 



Ale, Beer, &c. 

Brusch Bernard, 1 Washington 
Callahan Philip J., 92 Mt. Auburn 
Conroy Thomas, 198 Cambridge 
Garigan Ellen Mrs., 175 Bridge 
Hastings Geo., Holyoke, c. Harvard 
Leuchte Bernhard, 9 Brighton and 36 

Cambridge 
Mattes Carl, 8 Brighton 
McCarthy Michael, 34 Cambridge 
McKellegate W., 265 Cambridge 
Metzger Joseph. 200 Cambridge 
Myers Godfrey, 56 Cambridge 
Quigley B., 271 Cambridge 
Sullivan Dennis, 69 Gore 
SULLIVAN TrMOTHY. 32 Cam- 
bridge and 127 Bridge (see adv. 
dept., p. 5) 



Apothecaries. 

Andros H. S., 641 Main 
Appleton Henry K., jr., 105 Cam- 
bridge 
Bartlett Horace S., Holyoke House, 

452 Harvard 
Bayley Augustus R. & Co., 3 Hyde's 

block, 607 Main 
Cottrell S. G., 288 Broadway 
DeNoyer J. J., 265 Cambridge 
Dow Marcellus I , Lake, cor. Pearl 
FLANAGAN" LEWIS C, 222 North 

av. (see adv. dept., p. 3) 
Goodwin John A., 155 North av. 
Gove Ezra C, Main, junc. Washington 
Hebard E. F., 415 Cambridge 
Hill James W. H, 32 River 



A 1 ANUS) 639 Washington 



29 



Tuned, and To Let by ALFRED NJEWHLlA,Ii, 

cor. Boylston Street, BOSTOJNT. 



450 



CAMBRIDGE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Apothecaries— Continued. 

Hubbard J. H, Harvard block, 468 

Harvard 
Jones M. A., 43 Gore 
Nichols H. C, 169 Cambridge 
Orne Joel S., 493 Main 
Perkins W. B., 528 Cambridge 
Ramsay Alexander H., 1 Brattle 
Roche J., 474 Cambridge 
South worth George M., 439 Main 
Stevens Charles E., 153 Bridge 
Stone Wm. A., 4 Brewer's blk., Brat- 
tle square 
Studley Joseph, 156 Cambridge 
Sylvia John C, 214 North avenue 
Thayer "Walter C, 88 Cambridge and 

34 Third 
Thompson Arthur F., 161 Cambridge 
Tobey B. Frank, 288 North avenue 
Webber O. H, 591 Main 
Weston E. H., 195 Cambridge 
Weston W. H, 152 Harvard 



Architects. 

Fogertv James, 603 Main 

SLACK ROBERT H., 762 Main, and 

(76 Devonshire, Boston) (see adv. 

dept,. p. 33 1 
WEBBER JOHN H, 608 Main (see 

adv. dept., p. 25) 



Artificial Eye Manufacturer. 

DEMUTH WILLIAM A, 6 Essex 
(see adv. dept., p. 15) 

Artists. 

Cranch Chrisropher P., 15 Appian 

way 
Cranch Caroline A. Miss, 15 Appian 

way 
Dana Chas. G., 3 Fayerweather 
Judkins Eliza M. Miss, 11 Plympton 
Rose Eben, 623 Main, room 7 
Russ C. B., 3 Norfolk 
Scott Charles W., 44 Pleasant 
Scott J. W. A., 44 Pleasant 



Auctioneers. 

Adams Reuben A., 222 North av. 

Baker Freeman, Florence 

Boynton Chas. F., 40 Spruce and (231 

Washington, B.) 
Burkett Henry A., 41 River 
Coveney Jeremiah W., 53 Fourth 
Fairbairn J. R. & Co., 166 Cambridge 
Farnham John C, 7 Harvard sq. and 

(31 State, B.) 
Ferguson Thomas T., Henderson's 

block, North avenue 
Furbush Elias, 425^ Main 
Jones Julius A., 555 Main and (5 

Court, B. ) 



King Benjamin, 593£ Main 
Knights S. C. & Son, 593i Main 
LENNON JOHN, 603 Main (see 

adv. dept., p. 24) 
Porter John L., 516 Main and (209 

Washington, B.) 
RUGG SAMUEL F., 8 Brattle and 

(5 Tremont, B. ) (see adv. dept., p. 34) 



Bacon Works. 

SQUIRE J. P. & CO., 169 Gore, 21, 
23 and 25 F. H. Market, and 39 No. 
Market, B.) (see adv. dept., p. 6) 

Teele, Howe & Co., Main, opposite 
Winsor 



Bakers. 

(See Bread Stores ; also Cracker BalcersJ) 

Ball Joseph G., 1 Austin 

BARRON THOMAS E., 71 Vine, 12 
Winter, 82 Spring and 114 Webster 
av. (see adv. dept., p. 24 *> 

Brown Wm. S., 15 River and 579 
Main 

Close John (fancy cake), 315 Cam- 
bridge 

Doyle M. J., 213 and 215 Cambridge 

Gardner J. W., 207 Cambridge 

Gerstlauer Daniel, 67 Gore 

Gould Wm., 912 Main 

Howe Albert A., 151 Harvard 

KENNEDY FRANK A. (crackers), 
498, 500, and 502 Main (see advt. on 
back cover) 

Liebert David, 34 Fourth 

Mclntire Ezra T., 79 and 184 Cam- 
bridge 

Myer & Co., 442 Cambridge 

Sanderson Chas. A., 171 Cambridge 

Sinclair Robert, 110 Main and Brew- 
ery 

THURSTON, HALL & CO. (crack- 
ers), 31 and 33 Elm and (48 Long 
wharf, B.) (see adv. dept., p. 6) 

T1BBETTS GEO. F., North avenue, 
cor. Allen (see adv. dept., p. 16) 

Wright William, 82 and 84 Mt. Au- 
burn 



Bands. 

American Band, Henderson's block, 
North av., D. M. Bissell, leader, 
Wm. P. Cutler, agent. Meetings 
every Tuesday and Friday evening 

Germania Band, C. C. Heinzemann, 
leader, Harugari Hall, 67 Sixth. 
Meetings every Monday aud Satur- 
day evening 

Siguere's Quadrille Band, B. G. 
Siguere, manager, eng. at Riverside 
Press 

Union Band (German), E. Cambridge 



SAHMER & COSS PIANOS, Sold on Monthly Payments, A-JUPRJED 
NEWHALL, Agt., 639 Washington St., cor. Boylston, BOSTON. 



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451 



Banks. 

{See also Savings Banks.) 

CHARLES RIVER NATIONAL 
BANK OF CAMBRIDGE, 1 Har- 
vard row (see advt. miscellaneous 
dept. ) 

FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF 
CAMBRIDGE, Main, cor. Prospect 
(see advt. miscellaneous dept.) 

LECHMERE NATIONAL BANK, 
Cambridge, cor. Second (see advt. 
miscellaneous dept.) 

NATIONAL CITY BANK OF 
CAMBRIDGE, 553 Main (.see advt. 
miscellaneous dept.) 

THE CAMBRIDGE NATIONAL 
BANK, 87 Cambridge (see advt. 
miscellaneous dept.) 

The Cambridgeport National Ban